This subject recognises that popular culture is the primary medium for the construction of self and community and for the ongoing human processes of meaning making. It clarifies the nature of the relationship between the sacred and the profane and provides opportunities for reflection about the nature of theology, through examining the theological significance of particular forms of popular culture. The study of Media, Popular Culture, and the Arts provides an opportunity to reflect on ones own cultural experience and practice in ways that might generate transformative insights into the conduct of everyday life.
School of Theology
Master of Arts (Religious and Values Education) and Master of Ministry students only.
THL470, THL471, THL472, THL473, THL474, and THL479. For Master of Ministry Students, this subject requires that you have an understanding of curriculum development. MMin students must demonstrate a requisite knowledge of this field prior to enrolling in any RaVE subjects
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