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Questions regarding the application/registration process????
Phone: (570) 662-4873
Current/Degree-seeking/Graduate non-degree students:
Judi Brayer, Summer School Coordinator
Phone: (570) 662-4818
Or call 1-800-577-6826
Mon - Fri: 8:00 AM - 4:15 PM, EST.
|Course Term and Dates:||Summer I (05/27/14 to 06/26/14)|
|Meeting Days and Times:||Online Course|
|Instructor:||Dr. Charles Hoy|
|Prerequisites:||Take 45 credits;|
|Course Description:||Television has had a long history in regard to glbt (gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered) images. These images and lack of them have had an impact on how society views these minority sexualities/genders. Working from the theoretical perspectives of social learning, cultivation and queer theories this coursed explores how television has portrayed glbt groups since its inception in the early 1940's and the impact these images have had on society from the creation of media advocacy groups to increased acceptance of these minority groups.|
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