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UTSCMDSA02H3Michael PetitWinter

MDSA02H3 Study Guide - Winter 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Printing Press, Phonetics, Phoenician Alphabet

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Introduction to the history of media: oral and written eras in communication. Written communication a manuscript culture came into conflict with oral c
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MDSA02H3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 123 pages long!)

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MDSA02H3 Study Guide - Winter 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Mass Media, Internet, Understanding Media

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Youtube, blogger), smartphones, internet: models of media, the linear model of mass communication says that the sender transmits a message to groups of
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UTSCMDSA02H3Michael PetitWinter

MDSA02H3 Study Guide - Winter 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Printing Press, Phonetics, Phoenician Alphabet

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Introduction to the history of media: oral and written eras in communication. Written communication a manuscript culture came into conflict with oral c
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Radio and television seen as mass communication and characterizes many people as. The mass audience is the foundation of the media"s economic and cultu
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UTSCMDSA02H3Michael PetitWinter

MDSA02H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Buster Keaton, Technological Determinism, Potemkin Stairs

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Supreme court overturned marconi"s wireless patent and named tesla as the inventor of radio. Credit for first voice broadcast belongs to canadian engin
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UTSCMDSA02H3Ted PetitFall

mid term notes for MDSA01

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BIOC13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Stereoisomerism, Hydrolysis, Ketone

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UTSCBIOC13H3Jason BrownSummer

BIOC13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Feodor Felix Konrad Lynen, Cytosol, Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority

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Suggested reading: chapter 3 (sections 3. 1 3. 4) Metabolism is the sum total of all chemical reactions taking place in an organism. Metabolism is orga
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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Lecture 8: Scoring models and AHP

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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Lecture 10: Waiting line models 1

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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Lecture 6: Applications involving 0-1 variables

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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Lecture 9: Decision trees

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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Expected Return, Feasible Region, Graph Paper

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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Feasible Region, Radiography, Perfect Information

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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

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UTSCMDSA02H3Michael PetitWinter

MDSA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Communication, Mass Media, Technological Determinism

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UTSCMDSA02H3Anil NarineWinter

MDSA02H3 Lecture 1: Course Overview & Introduction

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UTSCMDSA02H3Michael PetitWinter

MDSA02H3 Lecture 1: Detailed Lecture #1 Notes

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MDSA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Lake Ontario, Colonial Advocate, Mary Ann Shadd

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Orality refers to the pracices of a culture that does not use wriing and print. epic songs and poems, ballads, proverbs, riddles, tales, nursery rhymes
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UTSCMDSA02H3Anil NarineWinter

MDSA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: The Gutenberg Galaxy, Frankfurt School, Marshall Mcluhan

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"i am resolutely opposed to all innovation, all change, but i am determined to understand what"s happening. "massage" was a typo when mcluhan received
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UTSCMDSA02H3Sabine Le BelWinter

MDSA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hunter-Gatherer, Glaxosmithkline, Smoke Signal

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MDSA02H3 Lecture 3: The Development of Speech and Sound Recording

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UTSCMDSA02H3Michael PetitWinter

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MDSA02 Lecture 4: Chapter 4.docx

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From an economic perspective, rock and roll was the first musical form to simultaneously transform the structure of sound recording and radio. blues mu
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UTSCMDSA02H3Ted PetitFall

MDSA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Linear Model, Socratic Method, Industrial Revolution

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Mass media are the cultural industries channels of communications that produce and distribute songs , novels, tv shows, video games, and other cultural
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UTSCMDSA02H3Michael PetitWinter

MDSA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-10: Tape Recorder, Paperback, Npr

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For example, some cultural forms can be familiar, innovative and challenginglike harry potter books and movies. This model accounts for the complexity
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UTSCMDSA02H3Ted PetitFall

MDSA02H3 Chapter Notes -Cultural Imperialism

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Base (in marxist theory) the underlying economic and material conditions of society. Concentration an organizational state in which the ownership and c
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CH 1 - Critical Media Studies: An Introduction (Ott & Mack)

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Mass media communication technologies that have the potential to reach large audiences in remote locations. Medium middle; that which comes between two
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UTSCMDSA02H3Michael PetitWinter

MDSA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Philo Farnsworth, Federal Communications Commission, Satellite Television

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Chapter 6: television and cable: the power of visual culture. Because television images could not physically float through the air, technicians and inv
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UTSCMDSA02H3Ted PetitFall

MDSA02H3 Chapter Notes -Stereotype

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American dream the unquestioned assumption that hard work leads to success, and that success is measured in terms of economic wealth. Assimilation the
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UTSCMDSA02H3Michael PetitWinter

MDSA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Lewis Terman, Alfred Binet, Charles Spearman

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Systematic attempt to measure intelligence in modern era began with sir francis. Believed that since people learn about the world through their sense,
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UTSCMDSA02H3Ted PetitFall

CH 3 - Critical Media Studies: An Introduction (Ott & Mack)

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Informational bias the journalistic predisposition that governs how a story is structured and told; four informational biases are dramatized, personali
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MDSA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Steve Breen, Konrad Becker, Dictaphone

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Research question: what is the relationship between technological change and cultural change? . Media continually tell us that each new media technolog
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UTSCMDSA02H3Michael PetitWinter

MDSA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3,7,8: Online Advertising, Investigative Journalism, Creative Nonfiction

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MDSA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Wireless Telegraphy, Oral Tradition, Linear Model

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