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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

COMM 1P96 Lecture 21: Lecture 21.docx

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Irony: meaning is the opposite of appearance, cultural representations quote" (intertextuality) from other cultural forms to subvert them eg. south par
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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

COMM 1P96 Lecture 2: Lecture 2 term 2.docx

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

COMM 1P96 Lecture 1: Comm 1F90 Lecture 1 term2.docx

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

COMM 1P96 Lecture 20: Lecture 20.docx

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

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Identify the main type of discourses and dominant discourse in both examples: how do reporters or news anchor establish credibility ad express dominant
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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

COMM 1P96 Lecture 3: Lecture 3.docx

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Film noir iconography: film noir genre in 1940"s and 50"s, black and white spy thrillers or detective stories, high contrast lighting, muted colours, u
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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

COMM 1P96 Lecture 3: Lecture #3.docx

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

COMM 1P96 Lecture 2: Lecture 2.docx

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

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Representation: search: sex/ gender: how media represent difference between male and female, straight and gay, reinforce patriarchal and heteronormativ
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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

COMM 1P96 Lecture 4: Lecture 4.docx

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

COMM 1P96 Lecture 19: Lecture 19.docx

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Groups are defined in terms of four characteristics: interaction, interdependence, size and type. Interaction: groups interact, communicate, and work t
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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

COMM 1P96 Lecture 10: Lecture 10.docx

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

COMM 1P96 Lecture 1: Lecture #1.docx

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

COMM 1P96 Lecture 5: Lecture 5.docx

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BROCK UCOMM 1P96Amanda BishopWinter

COMM 1P96 Lecture 8: Lecture 8.docx

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BROCK UCOMM 1F90Marian BredinSpring

COMM 1F90 Lecture 19: Lecture 19.docx

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Groups are defined in terms of four characteristics: interaction, interdependence, size and type. Interaction: groups interact, communicate, and work t
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BROCK UCOMM 1F90Marian BredinSpring

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BROCK UCOMM 1F90Marian BredinSpring

COMM 1F90 Lecture 11: Lecture 11.docx

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BROCK UCOMM 1F90Marian BredinSpring

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BROCK UCOMM 1F90Marian BredinSpring

Lecture 16.docx

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Irony: meaning is the opposite of appearance, cultural representations quote" (intertextuality) from other cultural forms to subvert them eg. south par
BROCK UCOMM 1F90Marian BredinSpring

Lecture 13.docx

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BROCK UCOMM 1F90Marian BredinSpring

COMM 1F90 Lecture 9: Lecture 9.docx

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BROCK UCOMM 1F90Marian BredinSpring

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BROCK UCOMM 1F90Marian BredinWinter

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