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DICE 4020 - Global Digital Cultures

5 credit hours
This course explores the roles of digital technology around the world. Students examine the possibilities and limits of new technologies to reproduce and disrupt culture. Students also explore how specific technologies perpetuate and/or disrupt local and global markets, nationalist identity, and cultural appropriation. Topics include globalization, cultural imperialism, micro-lending, national firewalls, digital witnessing, “right to be forgotten” laws, digital propaganda, and global activism.

Prerequisite Course(s): DICE 3000, 3050
Terms Typically Offered: Variable: Offered at least one quarter per year



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