FAVS 352: Ethics of Film and Video
Course Information from University Catalog
An examination of ethical issues associated with image production and consumption. Topics include the technological development of the film apparatus, privacy, the pursuit of objectivity, excess, consent, and representing others. All issues highlight the increasingly sophisticated and powerful role of film and media authorship. Students will develop a more complex view of the ethics of screen representation (both fiction and nonfiction) and be encouraged to take stock of the ethics of their own media literacy.
Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3
Fulfills Mason Core requirement in synthesis.
Completion or concurrent enrollment in all other required Mason Core courses and completion of 21 credits within the FAVS program.
1 Course Sections Scheduled for Fall 2017
FAVS 352 - 001: |
TR; 1:30 pm - 2:45 pm
1 Course Sections Scheduled for Fall 2018
FAVS 352 - 002: |
R; 1:30 pm - 4:10 pm