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Communication Studies
Course Code
CS101
Professor
Carolyn Ensley

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th Tuesday,  November  12  2013     Everything  is  linked  to  relations   ▯ Structure  is  not  a  fixed  mechanical  link     Derria   ▯ Had  questions   ▯ Infinitive  break  from  structuralism  (think  algebraic  to  extent)   ▯ Define  post  structuralism  (break  from  that  and  think  something   else)     If  there’s  objects  there’s  us   ▯ Subjective/objective     We  are  part  of  the  great  conversation   ▯ As  much  as  you  want  to  contribute/don’t  want  to  you  can   ▯ Your  contribution  comes  another  way  (tutorial)     Privacy  board  def.   ▯ Classical  sense  privacy  has  the  right  to  be  left  alone   ▯ In  21  C  privacy  has  taken  on  multitude  of  decisions   ▯ Right  to  private  space   ▯ Private  communications   1.   ▯ To  be  free  from  surveillance  and  the  entity  of  ones  own  body       2.   ▯ This  office  should  note  they  define  as  the  right  tot  control  access   to  ones  person  and  information  about  ones  self   ▯ How  much,  for  who  and  for  what  uses     3.   ▯ The  degree  of  privacy  which  the  law  protects,  is  closely  linked  to   the  preach  privacy  would  have  on  the  freedom  of  the  dignity  of   the  individual   ▯ Lesser  right  to  privacy  in  your  vehicle   ▯ Lesser  right  to  privacy  with  police  in  your  house  (suspect)   ▯ High  degree  about  your  body     Privacy  international   ▯ Canada  un  there  in  common  wealth  
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