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Class Notes for CS100 at Wilfrid Laurier University

Introduction to Media History

Exam Study Guides for CS100

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CS100 Lecture 6: Week 6

CS100 Oct 30, 2017 The Printing Press Revolution Carter: chinese block printing - Standard inexpensive paper - 1st century AD in china - 12th century AD in Europe - Printing - 8th century AD in China (block printing) - 15t...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jade Miller
CS100 Lecture 2: Week 2

CS100 Sept.18, 2017 Technological and Cultural Determinism: Pacey and Winner - Basically the relationship between the technology and the use, ex. Stone and how we use it, writing on it - Technology and its uses - Ex. diffe...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jade Miller
CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mass Media

Intro to Media History What is Media? - Plural of the word medium - Medium is like a channel of distribution from sender to the receiver - The medium is the way a message is being sent to one another, ex. telephone, text, ...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jade Miller
CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Mathematical Notation, Language Of Mathematics, Orality

CS100 Oct 2, 2017 Civilization without Writing - The Incas and the Quipu - Marcia Ascher and Robert Ascher - String runs across the top and yarns come down with a number of knots in them - Syntax = placement of where thing...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jade Miller
CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Phonograph

CS100 Oct 23, 2017 The Descriptive Component - Questions to consider - What is the authors research question or topic?? - argument? - thesis conclusions? - methodology The Evaluation - Questions to consider: - What is the ...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jade Miller
CS100 Lecture 7: Week 7

CS100 - Nov 6, 2017 Printing Press: Early Modern Literacies Networked communication: Postal Service - First posted service: Louis XI in France 1464 - 15th to 18th centuries: partial postal services proliferate - 17th to 18...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jade Miller
CS100 Lecture 3: Week 3

CS100 Sept 25, 2017 Ancient Data Storage and Documentation Media - Neanderthals and tallies - Neolithic era and tokens - Incan empire and quipu - Ancient Sumer and cuneiform and clay - Ancient Egypt and papyrus and hierogl...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jade Miller
CS100 Lecture 9: Week 9

CS100 - Nov 20, 2017 Musical Ability Lost - There are more pianos, violins Raves - New technology enforces and ashamed people from dancing and doing things in their everyday life, like back in the day no one was ashamed fo...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jade Miller
CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Photojournalism, Paparazzi, Nuclear Family

CS100 - Nov 13, 2017 Sontag - To photograph is to appropriate (to take something) the thing being photographed. - Auditorium from abandoned detroit high school, found pictures from when students were there, you feel like y...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jade Miller
CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Langdon Winner, Hyperbole, Cultural Lag

CS100 Lectures Lecture 1 Technological & Cultural Determinism Technology and its uses: You and your grandma use the same technology in different ways Pacey The technology "culturally neutral"? Look at...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jade Miller
CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: 10Th Millennium Bc, Phoenician Alphabet, Mesolithic

Lecture 2 Communication, Signs, Symbols, and Representation Com: for the latin meaning with or together with Unio: for the latin meaning union Therefore communication is understood as to union with or to union together wit...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jonathan Finn
CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Frank Bunker Gilbreth Sr., Louis Daguerre

Lecture 1 Tests Oct 17 15 Nov 28 25 Final exam 25 Research project proposal nov 14 20 Tutorial participation 15 Media History 2 significant shifts Politics, law, religion, economics, culture (horizontal) Human civili...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jonathan Finn
CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Nicéphore Niépce, Henry Fox Talbot, Camera Obscura

Photography and The Moving Image Consumption and Celebrity Photography From Greek (phos = light, graphos = writing) Daguerreotype (1830s) Calotype Talbotype (1840s) Wetplate (1850s) Drylate (1870s) Celluloid (1880s) KODAK ...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jonathan Finn
CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Phoenician Alphabet, Vellum, Visual Communication

The alphabet effect Illuminated manuscripts Sound and orality Visual communication and linear perspective Rise of Western Literacy Timeline c.(circa) 200 BCE c.400 CE Roman empire c.400 c.1400 Middle Ages 306337 Constan...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jonathan Finn
CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: The Panic Broadcast, Orson Welles, Ventriloquism

Radio and the Wireless Word Screening: War of the Worlds Q A with Dr. Paul Heyer Radio Key Dates and Figures: Guglielmo Marconi Reginald Fessenden 1895 Marconi transmits wireless message radiowaves, successful short dis...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jonathan Finn
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Business Communication, Human Communication, Jargon

Communication Success 2 Communication Success 3 permacharts TM ...

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