Description: Lecture, five hours. Designed for undergraduate students. Introduction to core concepts of information and power and relation between them in range of social, economic, political, cultural, technological, and institutional contexts. Topics include information markets and economies; power of cultural and media institutions; state interests in information; information, conflict, and warfare; information organization, classification, and access; power and information technology infrastructure; and intellectual freedom. Letter grading.
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