JOUR 482 1GR - Immersion Journalism
The interview methodology students learn is seen as the best way to provide the ethnographer/writer/reporter with insight into social phenomena. The methodology can be used to examine living conditions, family history and attitudes of ethnic groups at any class level -- wealthy, affluent, middle class, poor or underclass. Students with insatiable curiosity about behavior will be able to extract from participants surprising revelations about their needs, desires and motivations. Students will learn how personalities, circumstances, and choices made by participants' parents and forebears affect the participant's life today. Course Information: Same as AFRO 482. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: Juniors, Seniors and Graduate students of any discipline.
This course meets with JOUR 482, CRN 62129; AFRO 482, CRN 64560; and AFRO 482, CRN 64561. Please note: This section will have synchronous (live) sessions. If an undergraduate student wants to take JOUR 482 as a journalism lab, they should register for 1GR/62130 This course will be managed through Compass.
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Course Level: Graduate