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Barry Vacker's course featured in Philadelphia Inquirer, November 24, 2012

Barry Vacker's course, "Media, Culture, and the End of the World," was featured in a front page article in the Philadelphia Inquirer (November 24, 2012). Here is a link to the story; for some reason, the link omits some photos of Barry and students in his class. Thanks to journalist Susan Snyder for the nice story; Snyder was a recent winner of the Pulitzer prize.

Since the first publication, the article has been re-published in 20 newspapers in the USA and Mexico.

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    How do media cultures impact or Personal characters? How would we as a culture figure out what is delightful, significant, and imperative?
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    media truly has a gigantic effect on the world today. It has really changed how the psyches of the general population. It appears that now have the ability to impact the psyches of the general population. What they need to say implies a considerable measure to every one of us, am ...
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    At Temple, relate educator Barry Vacker is instructing "Media, Culture, and the End of the World." Each week, understudies investigate prophetically calamitous subjects, for example, atomic war, zombies, infections and germs, and an unnatural weather change.
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