CSCL 1001: Introduction to Cultural Studies

Culture is a site of struggle, over meanings, values, history, and reality. This course introduces students to cultural studies as a conceptual, interpretive, and interdisciplinary approach to the role that culture plays in defining reality and to the possibilities for contesting those definitions. Through exploring the rituals and practices of culture that shape our perceptions of the world, often in ways we take for granted, the course seeks to develop a critical understanding of the relationships between individual and society, representation and reality, as well as theory and practice

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B+ Average (3.427)Most Common: A (37%)

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    Effort
  • 3.90

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    Understanding
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    Interesting
  • 3.68

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