JOUR1916: Thriving as a Media Professional: Self-care and Wellness

3 CreditsFreshman SeminarIntellectual Community

In media work there is an increasing push for online and social media engagement. This has come with its dark side. Media professionals have noted an increase in political polarization, abuse, and hostility against the media especially for women and people of color which can affect their personal and professional lives such as through self-censorship. Through critical reading, discussions, and engagement with case studies, and with a focus on media work, from social media creators to journalism, students will learn about critical concepts and tools about self-care and wellness.

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