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Course results for Postgraduate Media studies Subjects

  • Griffith University

    GRF-COM120 | Postgraduate

    Take a look at the aesthetic, social and economic power of visual culture.Put photography, film and television, visual art and fashion in the frame. Understand the visual medium's power in advertising. Further your ability to read visual languages.

    Start dates

    • 18 Jul 2022
    • 07 Nov 2022
  • Curtin University

    Surf online worlds, communities and sub-cultures. Explore the relationship between technology and social bonding. Plug into gaming, social and Indigenous online networks. Analyse how on and offline ways of communicating are beginning to blur.

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    • Future dates pending. Save this course to easily check back on availability.
  • Curtin University

    CUR-MIC502 | Postgraduate

    Explore where digital life ends and real life begins. Identify ways in which every day social activities like dating and praying have become digitised. Look into the causes and consequences of our increasing social connection with the online world.

    Start dates

    • 30 May 2022
    • 29 Aug 2022
    • 28 Nov 2022
  • Curtin University

    CUR-MIC509 | Postgraduate

    Create digital content and understand how the Internet has blurred the boundaries between media production and  consumption. Get to know the new business models and how participatory media has remixed and redistributed traditional media forms.

    Start dates

    • 30 May 2022
    • 28 Nov 2022
  • Curtin University

    CUR-MIC510 | Postgraduate

    Love it or hate it, the idea of ‘gamification’ has taken root. Examine what it means to play online, and how gaming can both resist and reinforce traditional power structures. Explore the function of rules, and how hacks and mods change the game.

    Start dates

    • 29 Aug 2022
  • Curtin University

    CUR-MIC503 | Postgraduate

    Understand the ways in which people try to exert, and resist, power online. Explore why algorithms, censorship, surveillance, and infrastructure matter, and how they might be reshaped.

    Start dates

    • 29 Aug 2022