COM 305 Interracial Communication(AFR)

Prerequisite: GSTR 110 or permission of instructor

An examination of the role of communication in the construction of race as a basis for similarity/difference; the ways that communication about race form a basis for individual, cultural, and national identities; and theories about interracial and intercultural communication. Considers communicative dynamics of interracial conflict, friendships, intimate relationships, families, and work relationships through readings, discussion, writing- and research-based assignments, and media examples. NOTE: Noncredit for students who completed COM 386: Interracial Communication in Spring 2009.


1 Course Credit

Cross Listed Courses

AFR 305