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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

[CMNS 221] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 35 pages long Study Guide!

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1 Dec 2016
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SFUCMNS 221Stuart PoyntzSummer

CMNS 221 Study Guide - Final Guide: Junk Culture, Henry Giroux, Tums

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31 Aug 2014
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SFUCMNS 221Jennesia PedriFall

CMNS 221 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Media Consumption, Double Articulation, Double Aspect

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14 Oct 2018
Introduction: the purpose of expositions was in the popular phrase of the item, to reach a lesson of things. Things meant the recent products of scient
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ridley Scott, Terry Gilliam, Mexican Americans

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19 Oct 2016
The culture of consumerism: histories of dream worlds and the selling of desire mass consumption democratization or mass deception? (williams) Active v
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SFUCMNS 221Stuart PoyntzFall

CMNS 221 Final: Final Exam Study Package

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15 Dec 2018
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SFUCMNS 221Anil NarineSpring

CMNS 221 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Zoot Suit Riots, Eiffel Tower, Metanarrative

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25 Feb 2016
Popular culture: meant to correspond to the populace"s values and concerns, can also visualize fears, doubts, hopes, dreams etc: we can examine pop. Cu
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SFUFall

CMNS 110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Media Consumption, Pejorative, Social Integration

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24 Oct 2018
First world war national war aims of contending states. Nazi germany propaganda on behalf of ruling party elites. There is no less reliance on mass med
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SFUFall

CMNS 110 Study Guide - Final Guide: The Stereotypes, Information And Communication Technologies For Development, International Development

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24 Oct 2018
Movies and television shows teach us about other countries and cultures. But sometimes the lessons we learn from media need to be examined in detail. I
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SFUFall

CMNS 110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Interaction Model, Heterosexism, Erving Goffman

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24 Oct 2018
5 multiple choice questions: the self according to mead. The self according to mead the conversation of gestures only becomes language when these gestu
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SFUFall

CMNS 110 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Hypodermic Needle Model, Marshall Mcluhan, Cultivation Theory

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24 Oct 2018
Here is a list of some of the key concepts: critical thinking. We shape our tools and afterwards our tools shape us : transmission model of communicati
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SFUFall

CMNS 110 Midterm: CMNS110 Midterm Practice

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24 Oct 2018
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SFUFall

PHIL 110 Quiz: Philosophy Assignment 1

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13 May 2020
Jane zhang student #:301396714 (a) an argument is valid if and only if there is no case in which the premises are true and the conclusion is false. Yes
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SFUFall

PHIL 110 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Justin Trudeau, Jane Zhang

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13 May 2020
If so, please give such a valuation; if not, please give a complete truth table that shows why there are no such valuations. (a) a valuation on which t
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SFUSpring

ARCH 100 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: True North, Polytheism, Oracle Bone

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29 Mar 2020
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SFUSpring

ARCH 100 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Eridu, Southeastern Ceremonial Complex, Peyote

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29 Mar 2020
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SFUSpring

ARCH 100 Midterm: ARCH 100 MIDTERM #2 PRACTICE PART 1

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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaWinter

CMNS 221 Lecture Notes - Consumerism, George Lipsitz, Noise Music

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17 Jun 2011
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaWinter

CMNS 221 Lecture Notes

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17 Jun 2011
If you can"t see the river in the raindrop, then you are blind there is not merit to high theory unless it has practice communication disciplines. Take
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: E-Democracy, Lower Mainland, High Culture

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30 Nov 2016
Popular culture as trash and ephemera: easily forgettable, reality tv, video games, the time suck of the internet. Privilege celebrated in celebrities
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 - Week 6 (Understanding Audiences: Youth Cultures and Youth Markets) Fall 2011

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12 Oct 2011
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: African-American Culture, The Foundations, Live Fast, Die Young (Film)

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30 Nov 2016
Ted talk the ghastly tragedy of the suburbs. Fear of the industrial city which shows the shift to suburbia. Industrial city was seen as dysfunctional:
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Phan Thi Kim Phuc, Road Rage, Dystopia

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26 Oct 2016
Vietnam war: photo is a visual atrocity of the vietnam war. Facebook decided to delete a post by tom egland (norwegian writer) featured picture in the
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Robson Street, Participatory Culture, Social Marketing

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30 Nov 2016
Take as many lessons as possible from advertising. Branding themselves based on their declared social commitment. The promise that they will do good fo
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: The Digital Age, Afrika Bambaataa, Bukka White

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26 Oct 2016
To assert so(cid:373)ethi(cid:374)g that (cid:862)sou(cid:374)ds(cid:863) like truth (cid:271)ut is totally (cid:271)ullshit: said with a certain autho
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Rodrigo Duterte, Clay Shirky, Downtown Eastside

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26 Oct 2016
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SFUCMNS 221Jennesia PedriFall

CMNS 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Talcott Parsons, Industrial Revolution, Planned Obsolescence

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14 Oct 2018
Andy warhol: represents convenience consumption, saw american culture as being ridiculed. What underlies the rise of consumption: change in working con
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-1: Emerging Markets, Scientific Management

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10 Oct 2016
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 Chapter 2-2: The Dream World of Mass Consumption

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14 Sep 2016
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Advertising Age, Green Marketing

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9 Nov 2016
Some companies, notably ben & jerry"s, the body shop, and patagonia, have built their corporate identities on earnest attempts to be socially responsib
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3-1: High Tech, E-Democracy, Representational State Transfer

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20 Sep 2016
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-1: Body Politic, Neoliberalism, Invisible Hand

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11 Sep 2016
Consumption and citizenship are today increasingly recognized as porous, indeed overlapping domains. Civic life was in danger of being hollowed out by
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SFUCMNS 221Stuart PoyntzFall

CMNS 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Making Money, Exoticism, Dont

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17 Sep 2018
The shift moved to consumer merchandise and away from productive tools in the 1900s, sensual pleasure of consumptions was illustrated, even in the desi
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11-1: Harvard Business Review, Market Segmentation, Mnemonic

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18 Nov 2016
Each work either a comment on consumer culture or looked a part of it. It occurred to him that these subjects could have been culled from the portfolio
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SFUCMNS 221Stuart PoyntzFall

CMNS 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Palliative Care, Los Angeles Times, Extortion

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17 Sep 2018
The suit was connected with ethnic use and jazz-lifestyle, a symbol of refusal to subservience. The study of the relationships between fashion and soci
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 Chapter 4-3: Totally Wired: Youth and new media

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17 Oct 2016
New media and youth cultures of production and consumption. The buffy wars crystallised many issues surrounding cultural production, circulation, contr
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SFUCMNS 221Stuart PoyntzFall

CMNS 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Kenneth Leech, Youth Culture, Demography Of The United States

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23 Sep 2018
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaWinter

CMNS 221 Lecture Notes - Consumerism, George Lipsitz, Noise Music

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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

[CMNS 221] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 35 pages long Study Guide!

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Clay shirky: wrote for the washington post, (cid:862)(cid:373)ultitaski(cid:374)g is (cid:272)o(cid:373)plete a(cid:374)d utte(cid:396) (cid:271)ullshi
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SFUCMNS 221Jennesia PedriFall

CMNS 221 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Media Consumption, Double Articulation, Double Aspect

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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-1: Emerging Markets, Scientific Management

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10 Oct 2016
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SFUCMNS 221Anil NarineSpring

CMNS 221 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Zoot Suit Riots, Eiffel Tower, Metanarrative

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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 Chapter 2-2: The Dream World of Mass Consumption

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14 Sep 2016
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SFUCMNS 221Stuart PoyntzSummer

CMNS 221 Study Guide - Final Guide: Junk Culture, Henry Giroux, Tums

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31 Aug 2014
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaWinter

CMNS 221 Lecture Notes

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17 Jun 2011
If you can"t see the river in the raindrop, then you are blind there is not merit to high theory unless it has practice communication disciplines. Take
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SFUCMNS 221Martin LabaFall

CMNS 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: E-Democracy, Lower Mainland, High Culture

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30 Nov 2016
Popular culture as trash and ephemera: easily forgettable, reality tv, video games, the time suck of the internet. Privilege celebrated in celebrities
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SFUCMNS 221Jennesia PedriSpring

CMNS 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Electric Light, Consumerism, Spritsail

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> part one: the dream world of mass consumption: 1889 paris expo. It was designed to capture the visitors" imagination of the size and style of the arc
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SFUCMNS 221Jennesia PedriSpring

CMNS 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Janice Radway, Walter Benjamin

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Popular culture refers to the communicative practices of everyday life- talking, writing, social rituals like eating, shopping, dancing, music, visual
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SFUCMNS 221Stuart PoyntzFall

CMNS 221 Final: Final Exam Study Package

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CMNS 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Personal Stereo, Technological Determinism, Determinism

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CMNS 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Planned Obsolescence, Banksy, Labour Power

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Le grand palais "dream worlds: the grand palace is where the 2018 chanel fashion week took place demonstrates that it still represents consumption and
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SFUCMNS 221Jennesia PedriFall

CMNS 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Pop Art, Metanarrative, Cultural Movement

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24 Oct 2018
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CMNS 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Thesis Statement

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SFUCMNS 221Jennesia PedriFall

CMNS 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Talcott Parsons, Industrial Revolution, Planned Obsolescence

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SFUCMNS 221Jennesia PedriFall

CMNS 221 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Media Consumption, Double Articulation, Double Aspect

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SFUCMNS 221Stuart PoyntzFall

CMNS 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Marshall Mcluhan, Snoop Dogg

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