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This course will employ critical literacy and graphic novels’ academic disciplines and encourage students to apply various popular graphic novels’ knowledge, modes of inquiry, and technological competence.  In addition, students will learn and discuss how graphic novels can be used as resources for critical literacy and deliver messages about the current social issues. The reading assignments will provide a variety of situations and characters to develop moral reasoning skills to address the positions and challenges provided in the readings regarding the -isms and the balance of privilege/power.

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Program: English

Credit: 3

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