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WESTERNEnglish 3554EJonathan BoulterFall

English 3554E Lecture Notes - Hans-Georg Gadamer, Chinese Whispers, Rela

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10 Dec 2012
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Thesis of course: loss in relationship to melancholy and mourning; and the crisis of language. Eliot argues that modern lit. has to be difficult becaus
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2000F/GDaniel RobinsonFall

Media, Information and Technoculture 2000F/G Lecture Notes - Packet Switching, Vannevar Bush, Ray Tomlinson

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7 Dec 2011
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Internet was referred to as an informational tool. The first theoretical predecessors were encyclopedias, things that make knowledge available to every
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2200F/GKane FaucherFall

Media, Information and Technoculture 2200F/G Lecture Notes - Jean Baudrillard, Restaurant Makeover, Hyperreality

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6 Dec 2011
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Sign refers to something real (a referent) Sign refers to other signs that refer to something real (copies of originals) Signs refer only to themselves
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2000F/GDaniel RobinsonFall

Media, Information and Technoculture 2000F/G Lecture Notes - Music Of Canada, Canadian Content, Blue-Collar Worker

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30 Nov 2011
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Most of the public affairs programming was canadian by late fifties, but most of the comedies and dramas were american. 55% of airtime for broadcasters
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2200F/GKane FaucherFall

Media, Information and Technoculture 2200F/G Lecture Notes - Frantz Fanon, Mirror Stage, Black Body

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28 Nov 2011
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*for exam you can bring one page of notes (double-sided, typed or written) Race/ethnicity are primordial (inherited, natural, essential) elements of id
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2000F/GDaniel RobinsonFall

Media, Information and Technoculture 2000F/G Lecture Notes - Pay-Per-View, Marshall Mcluhan, Canadian Content

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23 Nov 2011
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No tv stations in canada before 1952. They were only able to watch american tv before 1952. People weren"t able to get into the tv business because the
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WESTERNWriting 2121F/GTim FreebornFall

Writing 2121F/G Lecture Notes - Interdisciplinarity, Irene Gammel, New Criticism

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22 Nov 2011
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Report the main idea of the work. Will open by naming the title and author of the work. Will be in your own words (no quotations) Will deal with a spec
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2000F/GDaniel RobinsonFall

MIT 2000 Adria Text First 70 Pages Summary and Important Points (Very Comprehensive Notes, 6 Pages)

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17 Nov 2011
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Chapter one of technology and nationalism explains the primordial view and perrenialist view of nationalism. The primordial view is the belief that nat
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2200F/GKane FaucherWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 2200F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Hypertext Transfer Protocol, Ted Nelson, Hypertext

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17 Nov 2011
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Mit 1700 week 9: the new digital order search engines to wikipedia. Most families today need to work longer and have two incomes to have the same stabi
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2200F/GKane FaucherWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 2200F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Alien Language, Marginalia, Toothpaste

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17 Nov 2011
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Email, weather network, brain signals, syllabus etc. Thermostats regulate the temperature of a room based on information output. Knowledge (which is or
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2200F/GKane FaucherWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 2200F/G Lecture Notes - John Naisbitt, Alvin Toffler, Participatory Democracy

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17 Nov 2011
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A society that organizes itself around knowledge in the interest of social control and the management of innovation and change - daniel bell. The infor
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2200F/GKane FaucherWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 2200F/G Lecture Notes - Alien Language, Chinese Whispers, Mind Map

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17 Nov 2011
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Email, weather network, brain signals, syllabus, etc. Thermostats regulate the temperature of a room based on the information output. Knowledge (is org
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2200F/GKane FaucherWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 2200F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Edward Bernays, Disinformation, Mind Control

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17 Nov 2011
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We control people through luxuries and commodities. The soviets were not the only ones in the business of information gathering and use. The nazis, cia
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2200F/GKane FaucherWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 2200F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Geotagging, Dodgy, Mass Media

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17 Nov 2011
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If info is considered the new wealth, there is no doubt that there are people who want to consolidate this information for their own benefit. If inform
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2200F/GKane FaucherWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 2200F/G Lecture Notes - Information Revolution, Movable Type, Marginalia

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17 Nov 2011
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In 1405, all knowledge came from the bible and aristotle (died 1700 years before) Knowledge economy was controlled and operated by 10% of european pop.
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2200F/GKane FaucherWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 2200F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Deal With The Devil, Digital Library, Online Editing

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17 Nov 2011
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Google books and digitization: a faustian pact with libraries. Drastic changed in how we access info came in 1960"s/70"s. Personal computers should be
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2200F/GKane FaucherWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 2200F/G Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Semi-Automatic Ground Environment, Marvin Minsky, Turing Test

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17 Nov 2011
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According to him machines and humans can think the same, there"s no difference. Not a lot of people were happy with this so he answers 9 objections tha
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2200F/GKane FaucherWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 2200F/G Lecture Notes - The Postmodern Condition, Daisy Group, Christian Cross

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17 Nov 2011
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Is a force that has had impact on our economic, social, technological lives that began with the dissolution of the soviet union 1991. No more worlds of
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2200F/GKane FaucherWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 2200F/G Lecture Notes - Richard Stallman, Electronic Arts, The Pirate Bay

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17 Nov 2011
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Idea of personal computer = new consumer market. If you spend so much time developing a program, you hope to be paid for it. Not really fair if people
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 2200F/GKane FaucherWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 2200F/G Lecture Notes - Melvil Dewey, Dewey Decimal Classification, Paul Otlet

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17 Nov 2011
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Accessibility is supa important when it comes to information. If information were just about storage, it would be easy. But eventually we might want to
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 3214F/GSharon SliwinskiWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 3214F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Roland Barthes, Mass Society, Mass Media

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17 Nov 2011
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Semiotics take 1: the romans in films, toys, the new citroen. Mass media developed in relation to the emergence of mass society. The masses are a group
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 3214F/GSharon SliwinskiWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 3214F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Exhibit C, Information System, Waterboarding

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17 Nov 2011
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Liberty, equality, fraternity, or death (french revolution) We align with certain countries and make other countries our enemies. How does it differ fr
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 3214F/GSharon SliwinskiWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 3214F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ma Vie En Rose, French Colonial Empire, Shooting People

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17 Nov 2011
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Ludovig uses signs that construct a female gender. It is not defined by the object of its message, but by the way it utters its message; myth is a mode
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 3214F/GSharon SliwinskiWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 3214F/G Lecture Notes - Mass Society, Mass Media, Berlin Wall

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17 Nov 2011
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Key question of this course: what is the function of media in our society: governance = intelligence, military = courage, merchant = appetite (desire)
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 3214F/GSharon SliwinskiWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 3214F/G Lecture Notes - University Of Western Ontario

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17 Nov 2011
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Listened to john f. kennedy"s convocation speech the educated citizen . We will become educated citizens at uwo if all goes well. The future of humanit
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 3214F/GSharon SliwinskiWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 3214F/G Lecture Notes - Waking Life, Dreamwork, Imagined Community

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17 Nov 2011
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Prior to the experience of modernity, owning a film would never happen. When you listened to music, you listened to it together as a group of people. L
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 3214F/GSharon SliwinskiWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 3214F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Res Publica

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17 Nov 2011
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Jacques derrida renowned french philosopher, died in 2004. They tried to speak about things that were going on around them. Derrida is a professional p
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WESTERNMedia, Information and Technoculture 3214F/GSharon SliwinskiWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 3214F/G Lecture Notes - Body Politic, Mass Society, Sound Film

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17 Nov 2011
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A disposable, popular graphic medium which uses a combination of images and text to convey a story. Initially appeared in newspapers more than 100 year
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WESTERNEnglish 2200F/GMary- Helen Mc MurranFall

English 2200F/G Lecture Notes - Friedrich Engels, The German Ideology, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

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16 Nov 2011
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English 2200 lecture on karl marx and friedrich engels. The economic and philosophic manuscripts of 1844. Translated to english and published in 1932.
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WESTERNEnglish 1022EDavid BentleyFall

English 1022E Lecture Notes - Topographical Poetry, Blank Verse, Wax Tablet

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16 Nov 2011
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Take and eat in remembrance that christ died for you, and feed on him in thy heart with thanksgiving - anglican communion service. And i (jesus) say un
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WESTERNEnglish 1022EDavid BentleyFall

English 1022E Lecture Notes - Cogito Ergo Sum, Gothic Revival Architecture, Immanuel Kant

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16 Nov 2011
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English lecture (wordsworth and keats) november 16, 2010. Picture of neoclassical building and neo-gothic building. The most important of human faculti
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WESTERNEnglish 1022EDavid BentleyWinter

English 1022E Lecture Notes - Pierre Trudeau, Canadian Literature, Political Philosophy

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16 Nov 2011
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English lecture what we all long for march 29, 2011. I"ll tell you what i"ve seen here at yongs and bloors at this crossroad - thirsty (2002) A coheren
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WESTERNEnglish 1022EDavid BentleyWinter

English 1022E Lecture Notes - Bildungsroman

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16 Nov 2011
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Fourth act of a play/book is usually the weakest. We kind of know what"s going to happen already. Odd: he sometimes reaches out and addresses a hypothe
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WESTERNEnglish 1022EDavid BentleyWinter

English 1022E Lecture Notes - Dkny, Free Jazz, Dada

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16 Nov 2011
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Cars are emblems of nationalities, not symbols. Brand knows the difference between an emblem and a symbol. City begins to fragment into different ident
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WESTERNEnglish 1022EDavid BentleyWinter

English 1022 Lecture on "The Wasteland"

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16 Nov 2011
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Second lecture on t. s eliot"s the wasteland march 10, 2011. Dante; suggestion is that the typist and the young man are among the lowest inhabitants of
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WESTERNEnglish 1022EDavid BentleyWinter

English 1022E Lecture Notes - T. S. Eliot, Fire Sermon, Jessie Weston

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16 Nov 2011
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Three issues that loom largely in the third part of the poem: It deals with the illnesses (psychological, physical) of the modern world, and suggests c
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WESTERNEnglish 1022EDavid BentleyWinter

English 1022E Lecture Notes - Eugenius Warming, Fisher King

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16 Nov 2011
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In order to give us a collapsed view of the wasteland and to see the different elements of the wasteland. Where one piece of film is given to us and th
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WESTERNEnglish 1022EDavid BentleyFall

English 1022E Lecture Notes - Hollaback Girl, Galoshes

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16 Nov 2011
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WESTERNEnglish 1022EDavid BentleyFall

English 1022E Lecture Notes - Dane Axe, 1998 In Pride Fc, Mithraism

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16 Nov 2011
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English lecture on sir gawain and the green knight (around october 26, 2011) Emblem + allegory = one meaning (emblematic adjunct) 939 - 1210 > manners
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WESTERNEnglish 1022EDavid BentleyFall

English 1022E Lecture Notes - Anton Chekhov

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16 Nov 2011
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As you go up the ladder" : Characters become so well rounded you feel like you know them. Settings become much more complicated and detailed. The clima
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