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Course Overview

Students will study the ways in which beliefs, attitudes, and behavior are affected by communication in this course. The findings of behavioral research and contemporary theories will be employed to demonstrate the workings of persuasion in political campaigns, advertising, and everyday life.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisites: COM 380 or permission of the instructor.

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