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  Department of Mass Communication
Mass communication broadly is covered in three courses all majors take: introduction to mass communication, mass media law, and ethics and issues in mass communication.
Mass communication courses that are required on the broadcast and journalism tracks are mentioned in their respective sections below.
Mass communication courses were taught in the Department of Communications 1962-1987 and have been taught in the Department of Mass Communication since 1987.
www.winthrop.edu /masscomm   (322 words)

  
 Mass Communication Courses India: Journalism, Film & TV courses, Pubic Relations, Films Television
The dictionary suggests that Mass Communication is a collective term used to describe the academic study of various means of communication by which individuals and entities relay information to large segments of the population all at once through mass media.
And mass media is that particular medium through which the information is communicated to a large section of the audience.
In a nutshell, Mass Communication is the study of mass media and mass media includes all types of medium used to convey the information to the audience.
www.indiaedu.com /mass-communication   (439 words)

  
 Mass Communication Context
Mass communication occurs when a small number of people send messages to a large anonymous and usually heterogeneous audience through the use of specialized communication media.
The units of analysis for mass communication are the messages, the mediums, and the audience.
Mass communication studies the uses and effects of the media by many as opposed to the study of human interaction as in other communication contexts.
www.uky.edu /~drlane/capstone/mass   (85 words)

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