An examination of the implications of emerging digital media practices for citizenship, equality, participation, and belonging. Some of the key themes this course will cover include marginality, youth activism, and citizenship; youth citizenship and political participation; networked publics and contentious politics; gender and citizenship; and digital citizenship in global perspective.
The cost to students will be a flat fee of $1,600 per course. Classes will run 12 days: two sessions of five days separated by a break of two days. January classes run from Dec. 26 to Jan. 6. Register for January courses using the spring registration schedule. Students already with 18 credit hours for fall or spring will need an overload permit to register for a J-term class in that same term. The last day to withdraw from winter term courses is the first day of class.