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This course is taught at the University of Florida in the College of Journalism and Communications. It is open to any undergraduate student enrolled at UF. There are no prerequisites. You will find it listed under Journalism with the course number MMC 2265.

How hard is this class? See a full-class grade comparison for the Spring 2007 semester.

Explore the interaction between society and communication technologies. The Internet, alphabets, paper, the printing press, photography and the telegraph have all changed not only the ways in which humans communicate but also helped to shape cultures, governments, economies, art and religion. Study the invention and adoption of earlier technologies to understand the way today's communications media are affecting us and our future.

Graduate students may not take this course.

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