2020f-apen3011b-03

AP/EN3011 3.0 B: Reading the News: Examining the Rhetoric

Offered by: EN


 Session

Fall 2020

 Term

F

Format

ONLN (Fully Online)

Instructor

Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

This course examines not only what is news but how the press presents news stories to the reading public. Issues in bias, spinning and framing, ideology and politics will be of focus. Course credit exclusions: AP/WRIT/EN 4752. PRIOR TO FALL 2009: Course credit exclusion: AS/EN 4756 3.00.

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