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Course Overview

How does ”culture” shape the way we see the world? Cultural Studies assumes that the meanings in this world are central in creating us-individually and collectively. DST 202 explores cultural reading, examining various texts around us including ideologies. Students will set to understand how culture transmits a view of the world and power through critical analysis. Students will inquiry how culture, identity and history frame experiences.

Materials: The Theory Tool Box (2nd edition) by Nealon and Giroux

Credits: 3
Prerequisite Completion of DST 201/PST 212 or permission of department, Arlene.Kelly@gallaudet.edu

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