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JOUA01H3 Lecture 8: week1 - week8

Week 1 Why news literacy What is News Literacy? We need to apply our best ritical thi to everything we see, read and hear in the media. The goal: to be well informed = able to make solid judgments about our world. Definito...

Journalism
JOUA01H3
Jeffrey Dvorkin
JOUA01H3 Lecture 3: JOUA01H3 Lecture : JOUA01H3 Lecture : JOUA01H3 Lecture : JOUA01H3 Lecture : JOUA01H3 Lecture : JOUA01H3 Lecture : How to tell what is fake

How to tell whats real and whats fake: Ignorance is not bliss. Its dangerous. Your journalistic checklist: Read the About Us Found at the bottom of the home page. If its not there, consider the infor...

Journalism
JOUA01H3
Jeffrey Dvorkin
JOUB01H3 Lecture 1: Lecture 1- intro

The Politics of Representation Who speak for whom with what right in what voice serves what purpose Who decides what can be discussed or who can be discussed Media gazes Corporate (Classist) Media Gaze Androcentric (Male)G...

Journalism
JOUB01H3
Sherry Yu
JOUA02H3 Lecture 11: Final Exam Review
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Final Exam Review Logistics: o Tuesday, April 17th, 24 PM (2 hours). o Room SW309. Format: o Final exam is worth 35 of final grade. o Exam will consist of three parts: Part 1: Multiple Choice (current affairs) 10 points (...

Journalism
JOUA02H3
Zeelaf Majeed
JOUA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Toronto Star, Islamic State Of Iraq And The Levant, Colorectal Cancer
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Ethics and Accountability Toronto Star Journalistic Standards: CAJ Ethics Guidelines: o CAJ (The Canadian Association of Journalists). o Accuracy: Verify source...

Journalism
JOUA02H3
Zeelaf Majeed
JOUA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Google Drive, Google Home, Whatsapp
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Journalism Audiences Audience participation: o Digital Media encourages a return to audience interaction and participation. o Shakespearean era -- audiences would talk back, hoot and holler, and throw...

Journalism
JOUA02H3
Zeelaf Majeed
JOUA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Investigative Journalism, Collaborative Software, Toronto Star
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Investigative Reporting What is investigative journalism? o "Investigative journalism involves exposing to the public matters that are concealed -- either deliberately by someone in a position of po...

Journalism
JOUA02H3
Zeelaf Majeed
JOUA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Visible Minority, Socioeconomic Status, Sexual Orientation
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Diversity Reporting What is diversity? o Recognizes the uniqueness of individuals, with respect to several criteria including: Race. Ethnicity. Gender. ...

Journalism
JOUA02H3
Zeelaf Majeed
JOUA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: The Tyee, E-Democracy, Google News
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Digital Media and Democracy Digital is democratic because: o Content is (mostly) free an accessible to anyone with a digital device and Internet connection. o Interactive and participatory consumers can manipulate data, e...

Journalism
JOUA02H3
Zeelaf Majeed
JOUB02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Project 2010, Gender Role, Femininity
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Friday, February 23, 2018 Thursday, February 15, 2018 W6 underrepresentation and misrepresentation underrepresentation not mentioned in the article misrepresentation create inaccurate impressions to the readers Project 201...

Journalism
JOUB02H3
Sherry Yu
JOUB02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Red Scare, Upper Class
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Friday, February 23, 2018 W5 Thursday, February 8, 2018 Analyzing media representations Racial stereotypes dominant: powerful, civilises, modern, center, rational order, stability, unmarked, self, white, superior, majority...

Journalism
JOUB02H3
Sherry Yu
JOUB02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Red Scare, Gender Role, Upper Class
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Saturday, January 13, 2018 JOUB01 W1 focus The politics of representation: who speak for whom with what right in what voice serve what purpose Angie Flerass Media Gaze: there is no such thing as a pure and unmediated ga...

Journalism
JOUB02H3
Sherry Yu
JOUA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Arianna Huffington, The Wall Street Journal, Peggy Noonan
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Journalism: For Whom, By Whom? Who is a journalist? o One's education as well as skills plays a huge role in whether they consider their work journalistic. For example, people with jo...

Journalism
JOUA02H3
Zeelaf Majeed
JOUA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: American Press Institute, Citizen Journalism, Visual Journalism
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Journalism: A Craft or Profession? What is journalism? o American Press Institute: "Journalism is the product of gathering, assessing, creating, and presenting news and informat...

Journalism
JOUA02H3
Zeelaf Majeed
JOUA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Pew Research Center, Honestreporting, Buzzfeed
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Fake News What is fake news? o Incorrect news stories portrayed in the media (the Internet, television, newspaper, radio, etc.). o Propaganda. o Deliberately false, published with th...

Journalism
JOUA02H3
Zeelaf Majeed

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