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Media, Information and Technoculture
Media, Information and Technoculture 2200F/G
Alison Hearn

WEEK 2 CULTURALISMFR LeavisMass Civilization and Minority CultureCulture and SocietyRaymond WilliamsThe Earliest UniversitiesCharles Homer Haskins Chapter 2 The Culture and Civilization Tradition StoreyChapter 3 Culturalism StoreyMedia Communication and CultureIn the need to communicate is the need to make common As we communicate we form our social world our identities our communities our institutions and our cultureMedia forms and culture are inextricably linked Different forms of education are at the centre of cultural developmentCharles Homer HaskinsOne example of how the human drive to communicate or make common to learn to know becomes institutionalized Universitias denotes the totality of a group 14 Growth of a student class 1415 To protect themselves from pricegouging and high rents and from protection against locals Students formed guilds and leveraged their collective power over a town leading to town versus gown conflicts Usually sons of nobility or growing merchant class with financial clout Formed guilds Professors at the mercy of their students 15 Professors also formed guilds which required admissiona license to teach 17 Northern EuropeThe Role of the Church University of Paris 1200 Established model followed by universities throughout Europe a
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