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MC 2000 Intr To Mass Media Ages Of Communication

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Mass Communication
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MC 2000
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MC2001 AGES OF COMMUNICATION Innovations in communication08292013What are the various ages What are the characteristics of each age What were the effects of each ageOBJECTIVES OF PRESENTATIONWe have struggled to communicate more efficiently over long distances since the dawn of timeAdvances in the media have taken place over timeDevelopment and adoption of communication and new tech is an old processEach advance changed psychological functioning of humans ability to think reason remember coordinate lifeShow depth of connection between communication media and the human conditionHow old is human existence on the planet Usually around 45 million years old Our planet is about 5 billionProconsul 4070M Years ago similar to a house cat with eyes facing forward Comparing humans to monkeysopposable thumbRamapithicus 4M years ago Prehuman ancestors 3ft tall hunters and gatherersI AGE OF SIGNS AND SIGNALSAustralopithicus 34M years agoLucys relativesDid they communicate They had very large jaws and cheek bones which indicates that they did not have the ability to speak most likely
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