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Theory and practice of social influence; discusses relationships between the idea of persuasion and broader theories of communication and human behavior.
Study of communication as a vital part of democracy, informing citizens and shaping public policy. Course examines political communication messages from both the electorate and campaign practitioner perspectives.

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The use of persuasion from the time of Aristotle to the current age of mediated communication. Students journey to ancient Greece, the Roman Empire, Enlightenment Europe, and beyond to explore perennial questions and possible answers that have contemporary relevance.

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