-widely accepted idea that is not actually proven
-critical lens: give close up view of some issue/view, but still distorting
because so very specific and does not look at the 'big picture'
-it's only by having a whole bunch of critical lenses that we get the full
-pull what's useful from all of kinds of theories/lenses
-all these forces placed upon us in terms of political economy
-was biased due to the fact that it didn't talk to any 'bigger players'
-but was fairly unbiased die to the fact that the journalists hand you
the story to make up your own mind
-taking a stand, thus showing bias
-this article shows just how the youth are been treated in society
-youth were tired of having no job opportunities, trying to get their voices
heard, and yet their movement is being ignored and some-what ridiculed
-no news reports showed anything about this incident, ignored it completely
-these pictures/videos show a whole different side to these protests that the
media has completely ignored
-this shows that the media has been biased thus far in reporting the events
that have occured -we need to look more carefully about who's writing and their sources (e.g.
-a frame/analytical lens
-broad, encompassing definition
-uoft is an organization and we're all part of it
hierarcy: different levels of authority
specialization: different majors/distinction between proffs and students
formalization: the 'rituals' of lectures, tutorials