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Pop Culture, Media and Work

An examination of popular culture, social media and work. It will explore how workers are portrayed in television, film and music, and how these portrayals shape working class cultures and the identities of male, female and racialized workers.

LABRST 2M03

Pop Culture, Media and Work

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): II Term(s): Summer Offered?: Yes

An examination of popular culture, social media and work. It will explore how workers are portrayed in television, film and music, and how these portrayals shape working class cultures and the identities of male, female and racialized workers.


Kole Kilibarda (summer 2017)

Prerequisite(s): Registration in any program Level II or above. Priority is given to students registered in a Labour Studies program