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Agriculture in Society and Mass Media

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Description: We are what we eat. But before we can eat anything, it has to be grown or raised. And before it is grown or raised, it is communicated. This course will examine US agriculture from the position that what we communicate and how we communicate makes meaning. And it is this meaning that turns into choices and decisions for what we eat and how we support and understand agriculture. Using case studies and hands on research, this course will examine the communicative practices of current issues in agriculture.




Credits: 3

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    Not currently taught.