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Media for Social Responsibility: The Financial Market to the Twitter Revolution is a  one-credit mini-course open to all Ithaca College majors. The course explores media’s responsibility to society as well as how the media communicates issues of global social consequence.

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Media for Social Responsibility: The Financial Market to the Twitter Revolution
GCOM 20000 – 01, CRN 43816
April 10, April 11 and April 13, 2014
1 credit
Prof. Anthony Adornato

The course format includes a keynote address by Emmy-award winning journalist Carl Quintanilla from CNBC's Squawk on the Street along with other guest speakers in person and via skype.

Key Topics include:

  • Journalists’ coverage of financial markets
  • Mainstream and social media’s affects on financial markets
  • Social media’s impact on mass communications
  • Grassroots campaigns, such as Occupy Wall Street
  • Economic inequality
  • Personal finance


Guest Speakers:

  • Dan Gillmor, founding director of the new Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship
  • David Cay Johnston, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and best-selling author
  • Alka Bramhandkar, Professor, Finance and International Business, School of Business
  • Alexa O'Brien, journalist and digital media strategist.

For more information, visit the course website: ithaca.edu/m4sr

 

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