COM - 4706 - Language and Power

Description

Explores the role of language in articulating, maintaining, and subverting power relations in society. Drawing from Communication Studies and Applied Linguistics, the course provides the tools to uncover, describe, and critically analyze the various strategic biases in language that create and reinforce power asymmetries in society.

Frequency: Fall Alternating Years

Last Offered: Fall 2019

Fulfills the following requirements:

Course prerequisites include some or all of:

COM - 1000 SPC - 2300

Fall 2019 Offerings - Best viewed on a desktop

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Class times to be announced (TBA):

Period Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri
1 - 7:25am
2 - 8:30am
3 - 9:35am
4 - 10:40am
5 - 11:45am
6 - 12:50pm
7 - 1:55pm
8 - 3:00pm
9 - 4:05pm
10 - 5:10pm
11 - 6:15pm
E1 - 7:20pm
E2 - 8:20pm
E3 - 9:20pm