Comparative Media Issues: ASEAN vs the world
Area of Study
Asian Studies, Intercultural Development, International Relations, International Studies
Taught In English
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Host University Units4
Recommended U.S. Semester Credits0
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units0
Hours & Credits
Focus on comparative media issues that gain significant recognition in the Southeast Asian region and the world (diplomatic relationship, regional politics, labor immigration, political economy, energy resources, entertainment industry etc). An exploration of issues that gain a global following, and those that garner regional or localized interest, news driven by issues, countries and their global positions, and impact of news on people’s lives. Scrutiny of identities, unity, conflicts and crisis, problems and co-operation of ASEAN countries and the world through both examination of media issues and comparison between ASEAN and the global.
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