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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN4115 Midterm: Midterm Review

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UOTTAWACMN 2132Mary HawkinsWinter

CMN 2132 Study Guide - Final Guide: Nonverbal Communication, Therapeutic Touch, Behaviorism

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In therapeutic touch, the practitioner gently places his or her hands on key areas of the body. False: one cultural group was noted to kiss both the li
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UOTTAWACMN 1148AllFall

CMN 1148 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Onomatopoeia, Linguistic Relativity, Linguistics

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Ogden and richards" triangle of meaning contains three items: ________. referent, thought, symbol. Words such as meow, woof, and hiss are examples of _
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UOTTAWACMN 1148AllFall

CMN 1148 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: The Cocktail Party

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The cocktail party effect is ________. a phenomenon where we hear once voice out of a medley of conversations and background noises. In the understandi
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UOTTAWACMN 1148AllFall

CMN 1148 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation, Social Capital, John Gottman

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24 Oct 2018
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Social capital theory holds that ________. social relationships and networks have value that can be translated into important personal and business out
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UOTTAWACMN 1148AllFall

CMN 1148 Study Guide - Final Guide: Albert Mehrabian, American Sign Language, Nonverbal Communication

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24 Oct 2018
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There are 110 questions, of which 60 will be on the final (worth 40% of your overall mark) All have specific answers that can be found in your notes, s
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UOTTAWACMN 1148AllFall

CMN 1148 Quiz: CMN1148 Quiz Chapter 9 2017 Fall

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24 Oct 2018
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According to jeffrey rubin, a typical conflict resembles a(n) ________. three-act play. In direct contrast to empathy, when we show ________ we convey
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UOTTAWACMN 1148AllFall

CMN 1148 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Expectancy Violations Theory, Ray Birdwhistell, Nonverbal Communication

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24 Oct 2018
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Nonverbal communication includes ________. communication that does not include language. An emblem"s function is to ________. replace or substitute ver
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UOTTAWAMAT 1300Termeh KoushaSummer

MAT 1300 Lecture 7: dgd7f2016

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MAT 1300 Lecture 1: Curve sketching

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UOTTAWAMAT 1300Termeh KoushaSummer

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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: North American Free Trade Agreement, Alternative Culture, Plutocracy

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26 Feb 2016
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Public broadcasting was brought about in the early part of the 20th century. Started with radio it was a product of a particular institution, the natio
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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Regulatory Capture, Dominant Ideology, Market Failure

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26 Feb 2016
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Get captured by the industry that regulates the process o! They get a substantial proportion of what they want. Crtc is meant to regulate the industry
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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Canadian Content, Ckua Radio Network, Manufacturing Consent

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26 Feb 2016
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If you are in pursuit of popular you are in pursuit of ratings. Same game and same logic as commercial broadcasting system. Your thinking is aligned wi
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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Common Booster Core, Broadcasting Act 1990, Political Correctness

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26 Feb 2016
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Idea of broadcasting over a cable system to tv. The cbc"s only supporters are insiders: insider listeners or insider. The politics of self-interest, or
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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Consumerism, Radical Media, Chauvinism

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26 Feb 2016
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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Universal Service, Cultivation Theory, Solidarity

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26 Feb 2016
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Reducing of public spending and replacing public services with private services. You can view the audience just as a consumer. You the audience strictl
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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Video Lesson, Digital Commons, Netflix

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26 Feb 2016
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29$ per capita by next year that we will pay for cbc services. Cbc planning on the plan launch for digital tv. Between 2010 and 2012 the % of canadians
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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Common Booster Core, Commonwealth Broadcasting Association, Externality

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26 Feb 2016
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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Citizen Journalism, Moral Economy, Ohmynews

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26 Feb 2016
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19th century aristocratic authoritarian state of that time. Corporate state alliance that rules controls and garners and keeps to itself majority of we
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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cogeco, Bell Tv, Battle Dress Uniform

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29$ per capita by next year that we will pay for cbc services. Cbc planning on the plan launch for digital tv. Between 2010 and 2012 the % of canadians
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CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Common Booster Core, Commonwealth Broadcasting Association, Externality

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CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Citizen Journalism, Moral Economy, Ohmynews

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CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Common Booster Core, Broadcasting Act 1990, Political Correctness

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Idea of broadcasting over a cable system to tv. The cbc"s only supporters are insiders: insider listeners or insider. The politics of self-interest, or
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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN4115 Midterm: Midterm Review

OC4015971 Page
26 Feb 2016
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Midterm review: tvontario"s fight with the harris government: Ended with tvo avoiding relying on advertising: as of 2001, tvo had ___ paying members: M
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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: North American Free Trade Agreement, Alternative Culture, Plutocracy

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26 Feb 2016
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Public broadcasting was brought about in the early part of the 20th century. Started with radio it was a product of a particular institution, the natio
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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Regulatory Capture, Dominant Ideology, Market Failure

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26 Feb 2016
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Get captured by the industry that regulates the process o! They get a substantial proportion of what they want. Crtc is meant to regulate the industry
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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Canadian Content, Ckua Radio Network, Manufacturing Consent

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26 Feb 2016
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If you are in pursuit of popular you are in pursuit of ratings. Same game and same logic as commercial broadcasting system. Your thinking is aligned wi
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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Common Booster Core, Commonwealth Broadcasting Association, Externality

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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Citizen Journalism, Moral Economy, Ohmynews

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19th century aristocratic authoritarian state of that time. Corporate state alliance that rules controls and garners and keeps to itself majority of we
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CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Consumerism, Radical Media, Chauvinism

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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Universal Service, Cultivation Theory, Solidarity

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26 Feb 2016
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Reducing of public spending and replacing public services with private services. You can view the audience just as a consumer. You the audience strictl
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UOTTAWACMN 4115Michael StrangeloveSummer

CMN 4115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cogeco, Bell Tv, Battle Dress Uniform

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You are our healer the individual o! The role and identity of individual was ascribed by the o! I am my father"s son, i belong to this village, clan th
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