Information & Media Studies
The Faculty of Information & Media Studies empowers students to examine how information and media shape our everyday lives. Students learn to critically analyze how media and media consumers are influenced by economic, political, cultural and technological factors. Current areas of study include social media, artificial intelligence, social justice issues, representation in media, privacy and surveillance, popular music, the media's role in decolonization and information practices and public libraries.
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