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  • MCO 465: Sports & Media Syllabus

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    This course explores the connection between sports media, journalism and society in an ethical and issue-oriented context. This is not a course strictly for journalism majors, but will help majors understand the issues and ethics of the profession, while helping non-majors become better and more informed consumers of sports media. All will have a better understanding of the importance of sports in our society and how that is reflected in coverage by local and national media outlets. This is not, strictly speaking, a course about sports.

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