Media and Digital Cultures offers a distinctive critical engagement with the role of media in cultural life and the exercise of power. 

Media and Digital Cultures particularly emphasises cultural practices characterised by the ubiquity of digital media technologies in everyday life. Courses cover important forms of media like television and news, the emergence of digital media industries and technologies, and the cultural formations characteristic of media-dense digital societies.

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Media and Digital Cultures deals intensively with an examination of a range of mass and digital media drawing on historical, industrial and technological approaches. It ranges from a `micro' level of concern with media language through to a macro concern with media institutions, texts and theory.

Undergraduate and Postgraduate Study Options