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ACOM 277 - Business in Literature


Do the images of business and businesspeople presented in literature and film reflect or create society’s perception of the corporate world? In this course students will read novels, poems, plays, and articles and will watch several films and discuss the role business plays in storyline and character development. Students will also analyze the portrayal of executives as heroes, villains, and ordinary individuals. Students will identify the underlying philosophic ideas presented in the various forms of literature and then discover the practical personal, social, and political effects of how literary works present the pursuit of profit.
3 credits
Prerequisite: ACOM 102-Research and Analysis, ACOM 111-English Composition



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