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UTSGSMC219Y1Steve HoseltonFall

SMC219Y1 Lecture Notes - Bonnie Fuller, Vellum, Sex In Advertising

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Intensity of a particular product leads to opposite of original intension (when something good becomes bad) There is nothing new under the sun we have
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SMC219Y1 Lecture Notes - Andrew Bradford, Written Language, Print Culture

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Xerox: history of media: modernity & post-modernity. Mass of mass medium indicates anything plural. Media does not operate independently from other med
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SMC219Y1 Lecture Notes - Yellow Journalism, Mcgurk Effect, Visual Perception

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Ideas must be able to apply to practical examples; you have to know what to look for. Media attributes are elements of description of medium. To define
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SMC219Y1 Lecture Notes - Marshall Mcluhan, Latin Literature

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Medium as a living organism; a biological metaphor. This medium is manmade/ created by us to enhance our comprehension of the world around us. This med
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SMC219Y1 Lecture Notes - So Small, American Authors, E-Book

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Textbook lesson 1: mass media and everyday life: pay a lot of attention to time frame of mass media there are three headings in red (they are the. 12/0
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SMC219Y1 Lecture Notes - Strange Sensation, Sensorium

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Medium (latin) the word itself does not specifically mean radio/television/etc. It means halfway point; instrument, a tool, a channel. Define the area
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All texts have been ordered through the toronto woman"s bookstore at 720. Each text/assigned reading is accompanied by a reading guide that is posted o
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UTSGECO320H1Donald DeweesFall

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Economics 320f an economic analysis of law. Please answer all parts of the exam in the exam booklet provided. This test will be marked out of 50. The m
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If it turns out at the time of performance that performance is not optimal, then reliance expenditures will have been a waste. But if performance is un
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Both from the point of view of the inventor and society at large. [aside: morse"s sixth claim (disallowed) was for all ways of using electromagnetism t
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UTSGPOL201Y1Sophia MoreauFall

POL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Bloor Street, Infant Mortality, Blackboard

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