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Latino Popular Culture for the Clueless


Provider
coursera

Price
Free

School
The Ohio State University

Type
University

Instructors
Frederick Aldama, Paloma Martinez-Cruz

Category
Humanities

Duration
7 weeks

Format
Video

Language
English

Description
Latino Popular Culture for the Clueless is a seven-session class about the everyday lives, unique traditions, and media depictions of various Latino ethnic groups residing in the United States. We hope that you sharpen your critical thinking about the challenges and the prospects reflected by Latino popular culture. We believe that the skills this class hones will ultimately help you to become a more accountable actor, rather than merely a spectator, in the hemispheric American condition. We hope you notice from the title of the course that we have a playful approach to teaching and learning, because we really don't think that you're clueless at all. We are not just here to examine how Latino groups express their values and hopes, we are also here to learn how YOU express your values and hopes. So get ready to do exercises and assignments that play with your own ideas about your community and your identity. You will be our most important "textbook" in this class. All lectures and instructional materials developed for this course by the Ohio State University are licensed under the Creative Commons AttributionNonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/

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