A sampling of Communication and Media Studies courses taught at Stetson underscores the scope and interdisciplinary nature of this field: media ethics, interpersonal and intercultural communication, rhetorical theory and criticism, mass media theory, argumentation, public speaking, gender in communication, food and nutrition in the media, and communication and technology.
Communication and Media Studies, as an interdisciplinary field, relates to and is informed by several academic disciplines, including Political Science, Economics, History, Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy, and Ethics.
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"Vital Speeches of the Day is a monthly collection of the best speeches in the world. It’s also a lot more than that."
"The magazine was launched in 1934 on the old-fashioned premise that 'it is indeed vital to the welfare of the nation that important, constructive addresses by recognized leaders in both the public and private sectors be permanently recorded and disseminated—both to ensure that readers gain a sound knowledge of public questions and to provide models of excellence in contemporary oratory.'” [Publisher's statement]
Online full-text access of this important periodical is available from 1934 to present.