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The auditorium is nearly full—making this, CMAT Media Genres, an unusually large class by UB standards, where the student-faculty ratio hovers around to The University also received communication from students around the world, inquiring if the course would be available online. Of course, you have to be able to define it before you can study it, and that can be tricky.
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Reality television and 3-D blockbusters? Finelli helped develop a pop culture-themed learning community—a set of thematically linked classes for freshmen—called Keeping Up With the Joneses at UB. Hoppenstand says mentioning Shakespeare and Dickens is how he defuses those who attack his field of study as nonacademic.
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But understanding, for example, the media frenzy around Lindsay Lohan is important, because it shows how media can manipulate us. We know that more than 40 current UB students had their curiosities piqued enough to enroll in the CMAT Media Genres class focusing on zombies this past semester.
But we went to those not enrolled—and to our alumni—to ask their opinion about the class and about the place of popular culture in higher education. In their own words …. Should popular culture be offered as an academic subject matter in higher education?