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EXSC 360 Lecture 10: exsc 360 chapter 4 lecture-20190216200020
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Exercise Science
EXSC 360
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NEWS 409 Lecture 5: L5 News 409
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find more resources at oneclass.com L5 News 409 A Rape on Campus Ultimately, we were too deferential to our rape victim; we honored too many of her requests in our reporting. We should have been much tougher, and i...

News
NEWS 409
Natalee Seeley
ECON 201 Lecture 8: Class 8 PPT ECON
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find more resources at oneclass.com Class 8 PPT ECON For quizzes Dont over think things.. use common sense Draw out all your supply and demand graphs Almost all we do can be drawn out and thought about logically...

Economics
ECON 201
Jonathan Lamb
NEWS 409 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Seven Dirty Words, George Carlin
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find more resources at oneclass.com The Seven Dirty Words Notes May 27, 1972, George Carlin took to the stage for a show at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium to record his Class Clown Album, which was scheduled to c...

News
NEWS 409
Natalee Seeley
JOUR 302 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Larry Gross, The Takeaway, Erving Goffman
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Lecture Notes Stuart Hall Encoding and Decoding process EncodingDecoding Production Circulation- the content that has been produced is pushed out into the media ecosystem -this consists of tv, hulu, satellite tv etc. Use (...

Journalism
JOUR 302
Dr. Gabriel Tait
JOUR 302 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: The Frames, Reproductive Rights, Personalization
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JOUR 302 Feminism and Framing Chapter Reading Notes Framing Feminism To frame something is to make sense of it. Facts have no intrinsic meaning. They take on their meaning by being embedded in a frame or story line that or...

Journalism
JOUR 302
Dr. Gabriel Tait
ECON 201 Lecture 2: Econ Class 3 Notes
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Econ Class 2 Notes So we know that greed is good. Incentive is a reward like a bonus what about penalties?? Negative-jail time What motivates behavior? Trade Offs Good, Fast, Cheap. You can only pick 2 Have an abundance of...

Economics
ECON 201
Jonathan Lamb
ECON 201 Lecture 1: Econ 201 L1
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Econ 201 L1 Micro is small picture things. Small like a microscope! Econ is the study of how people use resources and respond to incentives. People have unlimited wants in a world of limited resources. We want to maximize ...

Economics
ECON 201
Jonathan Lamb
ECON 201 Lecture 4: Econ L4:L5
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Econ L4 How do we figure out prices? Through supply and demand! The highest outcome you can get is through equilibrium. We want to maximize profits. Why marginal benefit equals marginal Cost in economics always We can appl...

Economics
ECON 201
Jonathan Lamb
NEWS 409 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Federal Communications Commission, Pacifica Foundation, Symbolic Speech
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News 409 L3 Free Speech Continued -Schenck V. US (1919) A socialist mailed pamphlets to men urging them to escape the draft. The court compared his actions to falsely yelling fire in a crowded theater, deeming his speech a...

News
NEWS 409
Natalee Seeley
NEWS 409 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Brett Kavanaugh, United States District Court, United States Reports
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News 409- Lecture 1 What is The Law? The law is dynamic and complex Law comes from several sources: -Common Law -Statutory Law - - Statutory Law: -Law created by elected legislative bodies at all levels -Statutory law pred...

News
NEWS 409
Natalee Seeley
NEWS 409 Lecture 2: News 409 L2
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News 409 L2 The First Amendment Review: Several types of laws: Common law: cases decided by panels of judges Statutory law: laws like speeding tickets, underage drinking Constitutional law: Laws in the constitution Plainti...

News
NEWS 409
Natalee Seeley
NEWS 409 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Pierce County, Washington, Warren E. Burger, Jargon
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News 409 Formatting your brief: Single spaced 12 point font each section should be denoted with a heading in cold type no more than 2 pages in length Title and date: Title of the case (who is suing whom), citation and the ...

News
NEWS 409
Natalee Seeley
JOUR 302 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Postprint, Telling Stories, Intersectionality
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JOUR 302 Chapter 1 Reading: Key concepts: Critical Thinking: the ability to examine issues rationally, logically and coherently. Purposeful, elf-regulatory judgement which results In interpretation, analysis, evaluation, a...

Journalism
JOUR 302
Dr. Gabriel Tait
Psychological Science
PSYS 241
Dr. Forbey

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