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BUS205 Lecture 1: Introducing Business Communications
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Introducing Business Communications Module 1 Learning Objectives LO1 Why we communicate LO2 What business communication accomplishes LO3 What communication and interpersonal skills employers seek LO4 How to begin to analyz...

Business
BUS205
James (Jims) MacKenzie
FILM100 Lecture 9: November 1st, expressionist mise-en-scene
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Nov 1 st Class 9 Expressionist mise-en-scene 1)lighting: 4 diff lighting properties: quality, direction, source and colour 2) three-point lighting system: key, fill, backlight 3)acting styles: genres, types, etc. 4)German ...

Film
FILM100
Phillippe Mather
FILM100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Mise-En-Scène, Bicycle Thieves, Sunlight
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Oct 25 th Class 8 1. Definition of mise en scene 2. 4 aspects of realism 3. Andre bazin theory of realism in film 4. The Italian neorealist film movement 5. Break 6. Bicycle thieves T...

Film
FILM100
Phillippe Mather
FILM100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Jump Cut, Continuity Editing, Soviet Montage Theory
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Oct 18th Class 7 Soviet montage discontinuity editing Sergei Eisenstein The entire thing behind discontinuity editing was opposite to continuity editing in Hollywood (flowing nicely) discontinuity tried to switch that. Mak...

Film
FILM100
Phillippe Mather
FILM100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Establishing Shot, Continuity Editing, Eyeline Match
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October 11th Class 6 Continuity editing Four types of relations between 2 shots 1. Graphic, refers to similarity or contrast between 2 shots to make continuity or context. 2. Rhythmic, the number of cuts in any scene, cuts...

Film
FILM100
Phillippe Mather
SOC222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Homeopathy, Quackery, Chemotherapy
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Sept 17th Class 6 The physicians did not like the competition, so they came up with a new tactic to eliminate the competitions they had, the general medical councils as supreme authority over Canada. They had the herbalist...

Sociology
SOC222
Robert Biezenski
SOC285 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Frankfurt School, Industrial Revolution, Modern Problems
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Sept 17 th Day 6 Science has led to technology, pollution and depleting the earth. Science has its downside. Looking at history that when science was being born that early scientists were free thinkers, religion didnt affe...

Sociology
SOC285
Robert Biezenski
FILM100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Zoom Lens, Optical Printer
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Oct 4 th Class 5 1)Camera movement: Production versus reception 2) five basic types : Pan tilt, track, zoom, crane 3) Aesthetic effects of camera movements 4) narrative functions of camera movements 5)camera movements and ...

Film
FILM100
Phillippe Mather
SOC222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Louis Pasteur, Listerine, Antiseptic
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Sept 14th Class 5 Navy medicine, it was a medicine dependant on anatomy and surgery because it was a medicine evolved from sewing up soldiers wounds. From the doctors point of view this made a problem because on th...

Sociology
SOC222
Robert Biezenski
SOC285 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Marvin Harris, Practical Reason, Emic And Etic
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Sept 14th Day 5th Emic is cultural, the people involved understand something might have something religious or moral tied there always has to be an etic side. In particular anthropologists focus on the impact of sociology....

Sociology
SOC285
Robert Biezenski
SOC285 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Practical Reason, Emic And Etic, Epicenter
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Day 4 Sept 12th Materialism is the approach that emphasizes the impact material or objective factors in shaping society. So, one of the central measures is the relationship between the objective and subjective side of soci...

Sociology
SOC285
Robert Biezenski
SOC222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Penicillin, Eclecticism, Correlation Does Not Imply Causation
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Class 4 Sept 12 th The mechanical model male doctors used allowed for the term localized pathology, so doctors would specialize on different parts of the body which we still use today Having specialized doctors mea...

Sociology
SOC222
Robert Biezenski
SOC285 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Critical Theory, Class Conflict, Occupy Movement
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Sept 10th Class 3 Materialism: Karl Marx (18181883) Brief history; begins with Karl Marx. Marx started out as a student of philosophy in Germany. Became disillusioned with philosophy. Because he was never an ivory tower ac...

Sociology
SOC285
Robert Biezenski
SOC285 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Social Darwinism, Subjectivism, Ethnography

Sept 7th Class 2 Going over the history of social theory: Expect for the last category feminism, most of the theorists are men, women never had much say until after world war 2 cause thats when they could get an education,...

Sociology
SOC285
Robert Biezenski
FILM100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Time Complexity, Multiple Choice, Whodunit

Sept 27 th Day 4 3 act theory Introduction: exposition (the quest) equilibrium Development: conflicts, obstacles, disequilibrium (takes up 70 of film time. Always obstacles to overcome.) Conclusion: resolution, closure, e...

Film
FILM100
Phillippe Mather

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