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JRN 400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ethnic Stereotype, Cognitive Bias
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- Implicit bias: the stereotypes and prejudices that reside and operate in our minds outside of conscious awareness o In policing: commonly-held stereotypes relate racialized people to crime however people ...

Journalism
JRN 400
Asmaa Malik
JRN 400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Critical Thinking, Intersectionality
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JRN 400 Lecture 02 - Critical thinking: making reasoned judgement o Finding new sources and gathering new information o Understanding socioeconomic, historical and political context ...

Journalism
JRN 400
Asmaa Malik
NNS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Kurt Cobain, R. Budd Dwyer, Copycat Suicide

NNS Lecture 4 ETHICS (1) 1. Settings Shaket , Quebec (700km up north hard to get there), early 80s. New Years eve re at night. Journalists tried to get there asap to get pictures, failed to get their by 6 oclock. Got so...

Journalism
NNS 101
Mark Bulgutch
NNS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Simultaneous Substitution, Young Sheldon, Corus Entertainment

Lecture 3 NNS Begging is in the notebook No merger of acquisition can allow one entity to control more than 45 of the TV audience. TV belongs to people. NO single entity can control more than 2 of 3 media outlets in a sing...

Journalism
NNS 101
Mark Bulgutch
JRN 412 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Errol Morris, Private Investigator, Milkshake
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Errol Morris and the Thin Blue Line Reflexive Documentary The Thin Blue Line is done in the reflexive mode, drawing attention to formal cinematic processes. A milkshake sailing through the air in slow moti...

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JRN 412
Marsha Barber
JRN 412 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Death Row Records, Nick Broomfield, Suge Knight
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Biggie and Tupac Biggie and Tupac 2002 documentary about murdered rappers Christopher Notorious B.I.G. Wallace and Tupac 2Pac Shakur by Nick Broomfield Nick Broomfield British director O...

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JRN 412
Marsha Barber
JRN 273 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Pompeu Fabra University
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JRN 273: Getting Creative with Audio Intimacy Audio is one of the most intimate forms of media because you are constantly building your own images of the story in your mind and youre creating your own production. And that ...

Journalism
JRN 273
Adrian Ma
JRN 412 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Roger Ebert, Donald Brittain, Gabriel Range
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Death of a President Gabriel Range British filmmaker, best known for Death of a President Was a journalist, just like other filmmakers weve studied, such as Donald Brittain and Edward R. Murrow Death...

Journalism
JRN 412
Marsha Barber
JRN 272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Narrative Structure, Gonzo Journalism, Feature Structure
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Features and Hard News Lede exercise Hard lede: 19-year-old man drowned this morning in the Icarian sea after flying too close to the son. If he was famous, would include the name, or the name of the fathe...

Journalism
JRN 272
Anne Mc Neilly
JRN 272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Unearth
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Neglected Stories and how to find them Here are some examples of neglected stories Nuclear waste Pre-authorized payment Blackboard to D2L Portraits of grief How to find them Talk to peopl...

Journalism
JRN 272
Anne Mc Neilly
JRN 412 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Titicut Follies, Walt Whitman Rostow, Silent Majority
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Hearts and Minds 1974 The Living Room War Public alienation and debate over war in Vietnam Split between silent majority and the counterculture Less respect for police and other symbols of authority H...

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JRN 412
Marsha Barber
JRN 412 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Silent Majority, New York Film Festival, Frederick Wiseman
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Titcut Follies Direct Cinema Closely related to Warrendale and N.A. direct-cinema movement Frederick Wiseman, director Released in 1967, same year as Warrendale, black & white Wiseman as the U.S....

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JRN 412
Marsha Barber
JRN 412 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Camera Work, Direct Cinema, Allan King
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Warrendale Warrendale Gutwrenching film about home for distressed children in Toronto in the 1960s Wide critical acclaim yet banned from Canadian TV for 30 years Director: Allan King Great Canadian documentary maker Films ...

Journalism
JRN 412
Marsha Barber
JRN 412 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Mccarthyism, Fred W. Friendly, Cbs Reports
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Ready for Prime Time Art as a hammer Harvest of Shame 1960s Early foray into investigative TV documentary American Documentary First American doc were watching Not consolidated in a single institution like the NFB Spread a...

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JRN 412
Marsha Barber
JRN 412 Lecture 3: The National Film Board of Canada
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The National Film Board of Canada National Film Board Founded in 1939 as a federal agency Very little film making in Canada in the 1930s-founded to address that To provide support and funding to film...

Journalism
JRN 412
Marsha Barber

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