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1. identify the issues affecting the creation, consumption and distribution of media in today’s globalised world.
2. critically examine the role of content creators and in society and how the legal system serves to affect the creation of content.
3. identify the main ways in which the creation of mediated products is affected by legislative and regulatory issues, in both an Irish, EU and worldwide context.
4. critically analyse the regulation of all forms of media including Public Service Media (PSM), traditional print journalism, broadcast media, cultural media and new forms of content creation and consumption in society.
5. show knowledge and understanding of main legal issues that affect media industries across various platforms to include broadcasting, print and online systems.
Specific module topics will be presented in order to critically theorise media law and policy. Topics may include introduction to legal systems and methods, critical approaches to law, GDPR, defamation law, censorship, media industries and media content regulation within Ireland and the EU.
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