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UOTTAWACMN 3103Ivan KatchanovskiFall

CMN 3103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Institute Of Historical Research, Content Analysis

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28 Nov 2018
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Chapter 9- social historical research and oral traditions. Aka historical event research/ social historical research: examination of elements of histor
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UOTTAWACMN 3103Ivan KatchanovskiFall

CMN 3103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Content Analysis

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7 Nov 2018
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UOTTAWACMN 3103Ivan KatchanovskiFall

CMN 3103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Qualitative Research, Content Analysis, Narrative Inquiry

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5 Nov 2018
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Content analysis: careful, detailed, systematic examination and interpretation of a particular body of material in an effort to identify patterns, them
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UOTTAWACMN 3103Ivan KatchanovskiFall

CMN 3103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Critical Ethnography, Ethnography, Emic And Etic

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9 Oct 2018
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Etic view: outsiders word view, products of interpretation. Spradley definition: the work of describing a culture, the essential core is to understand
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UOTTAWACMN 3103Ivan KatchanovskiFall

CMN 3103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Focus Group, Research Assistant, Content Analysis

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26 Sep 2018
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Designed for a small group of unrelated individuals, formed by investigator and led in a group discussion on some particular topic. Frequently used in
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UOTTAWACMN 3103Ivan KatchanovskiFall

CMN 3103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Longitudinal Study, Data Analysis

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22 Sep 2018
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Dramaturgy: involves elements/ language of theater, stagecraft or stage management. Derived from social interactionist general assumption that humans p
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UOTTAWACMN 3103Ivan KatchanovskiFall

CMN 3103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Nuremberg Code, Chat Room, Informed Consent

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18 Sep 2018
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UOTTAWACMN 3103Ivan KatchanovskiFall

CMN 3103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Symbolic Interactionism, Sociometry, Operationalization

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10 Sep 2018
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Qualitative research: refers to the meaning, concepts, definitions, characteristics, metaphors, symbols, descriptions of things. Usefulness: some exper
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UOTTAWACMN2160Patrick Mc CurdyWinter

CMN2160 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Media Studies

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19 May 2017
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Chapter 22: the death of the author - barthes. Media exists as objects before you encounter it, but they only have meaning once you (the audience) inte
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UOTTAWACMN2160Patrick Mc CurdyWinter

CMN2160 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Edward S. Herman

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19 May 2017
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UOTTAWACMN2160Patrick Mc CurdyWinter

CMN2160 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Public Sphere, Critical Theory

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19 May 2017
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Habermas: critical theorist, the public sphere, the structural transformation of the public. Sphere, characteristics of the public sphere: increased ra
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UOTTAWACMN2160Patrick Mc CurdyWinter

CMN2160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Profit Motive, Commodification, Cultural Studies

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19 May 2017
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Adam smith: classic theory- the public nation. System based on private property and individual decision making. Argues free markets encourages individu
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UOTTAWACMN2160Patrick Mc CurdyWinter

CMN2160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Janice Radway, The Feminine Mystique, Judith Butler

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19 May 2017
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Double bind: you"re damned if you do damned if you don"t. Women can"t copy the managerial style of men because they are seen as bitchy but if they copy
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UOTTAWACMN2160Patrick Mc CurdyWinter

CMN2160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Environmental Communication, Anthropocene, Human Communication

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19 May 2017
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Anthropocene: new era where humans have an impact on the planet, began 10,000 years ago. Climate change is the most pressing issue we face as a species
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UOTTAWACMN 2148Mary HawkinsWinter

CMN 2148 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Crisis Communication, Organizational Communication, Internal Communications

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19 May 2017
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Knowledge: presentation of career options for org comms and identification of individual/ organizational factors influencing careers. Sensitivity: awar
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UOTTAWACMN 2148Mary HawkinsWinter

CMN 2148 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Clayton M. Christensen, Malcolm Gladwell, John Kotter

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19 May 2017
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Innovation: closely linked to creativity, invention, improvement, communication. Development of ideas, practices, products, processes that meet needs i
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UOTTAWACMN 2148Mary HawkinsWinter

CMN 2148 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Policy Of Deliberate Ambiguity

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19 May 2017
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Leaders: guide individuals and groups in establishing goals and sustaining action to support goals. Managers: fulfill specific organizationally assigne
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UOTTAWACMN 2148Mary HawkinsWinter

CMN 2148 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Virtual Team, Organizational Communication, Fide

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19 May 2017
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John baird: groups is a collection of more than two persons who perceive themselves as a group, possess a common fate, have organizational structure an
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UOTTAWACMN 2148Mary HawkinsWinter

CMN 2148 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Morale, Henri Fayol, Institute For Historical Review

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19 May 2017
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Chapter 3: communication implications of major organizational theories. Time and motion study: efficiency of production determined by timing amount of
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UOTTAWACMN 2148Mary HawkinsWinter

CMN2148 Chapter 9: Organizational Conflict

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8 Mar 2017
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Conflict: process that occurs when individuals, small groups, or organizations perceive or experience frustration in attaining goals and addressing con
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UOTTAWACMN 2148Mary HawkinsWinter

CMN2148 Chapter 11: Strategic Organization Communication

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8 Mar 2017
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Knowledge: defining and describing various aspects of strategic organizational communication. Sensitivity: exploring multiple audiences and needs for s
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UOTTAWACMN2160Patrick Mc CurdyWinter

CMN2160 Chapter 14: Barlow

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2 Mar 2017
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Method: an approach used to find something out. Methodology: assumption and principles which support and justify that method. David gauntlett: ten thin
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UOTTAWACMN2160Patrick Mc CurdyWinter

CMN2160 Lecture 5: Structuralism and cultural studies

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2 Mar 2017
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Structuralism: theoretical perspective that seeks to understand how systems work to structure their individual parts at any given moment in time. Lingu
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UOTTAWACMN2160Patrick Mc CurdyWinter

CMN2160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Staples Thesis, Technological Change, Ideal Type

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2 Mar 2017
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Toronto school of thought: view that technology can shape society/ create social change. Shift from focus on content to focus on form. The canadian eco
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UOTTAWACMN2160Patrick Mc CurdyWinter

CMN2160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Billiard Ball, Denis Mcquail, Technological Determinism

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2 Mar 2017
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The historical and cross cultural study of different cultural environments created by different media of communication. Each medium has benefits and li
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UOTTAWACMN 2148Mary HawkinsWinter

CMN 2148 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Organizational Culture, Role Conflict, Problem Solving

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9 Feb 2017
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Case study: the decisions, problems, more decisions case. Joan murphy engages in individual and group problem solving and decision making. Problem solv
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UOTTAWACMN 3105Mahmoud EidWinter

CMN3105 Chapter 2: Communication and Crisis Management

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8 Feb 2017
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Crisis: the most extreme of all stress situations, holds highest degree of attention of most individuals, groups, systems, and countries. A situation t
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UOTTAWACMN 3105Mahmoud EidWinter

CMN 3105 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Social Responsibility, Media Ethics, Ethical Decision

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7 Feb 2017
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80% of the questions on the midterm and final are from the quizzes- all 40 quizzes are on the midterm and the final. Questions in the final exam will n
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UOTTAWACMN 3102Elizabeth DuboisWinter

CMN 3102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Descriptive Statistics, Central Tendency, Frequency Distribution

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6 Feb 2017
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Mean: average, add up all the numbers then divide by the number of numbers. Medium: line up all the numbers from smallest to largest and choice the one
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UOTTAWACMN 3105Mahmoud EidWinter

CMN 3105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: George Galloway

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6 Feb 2017
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The subject of the story: to make sure they are not harmed by the coverage. Media decision makers should ensure that their news . Shows respect for the
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UOTTAWACMN 3105Mahmoud EidWinter

CMN 3105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Normative Ethics, Applied Ethics, Deontological Ethics

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6 Feb 2017
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This is where we talk about codes of ethics! Codes of ethics: rights of students/ teachers, code of conduct. Ethics: presupposes a human being"s awaren
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UOTTAWACMN 3102Elizabeth DuboisWinter

CMN 3102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Content Analysis

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6 Feb 2017
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Epistemology: the study of how we know what we know. Epistemological stance: the position you take on what knowledge is. Paradigms of knowing: look for
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UOTTAWACMN 3105Mahmoud EidWinter

CMN 3105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Moral Reasoning, Military Communications, Crisis Management

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30 Jan 2017
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Interweavement: connects crisis management, decision-making, mathematics and communication. If the government has a clear agenda, the media is not like
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UOTTAWACMN 3105Mahmoud EidWinter

CMN 3105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Game Theory, Social Responsibility, Robert Maynard Hutchins

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30 Jan 2017
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Social responsibility theory: you expect the media to cover both sides of the story. They media can either escalate the situation or deescalate it. By
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UOTTAWACMN 3105Mahmoud EidWinter

CMN 3105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Pentagon

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30 Jan 2017
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Objectives of this class is to answer these questions: Controls our knowledge by choosing what we see. People make up their minds/opinions from what th
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UOTTAWACMN 3105Mahmoud EidWinter

CMN 3105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Embedded Journalism, Human Nature, Media Ethics

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30 Jan 2017
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80% of the questions on the midterm and final are from the quizzes- all 40 quizzes are on the midterm and the final. Questions in the final exam will n
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UOTTAWACMN2160Patrick Mc CurdyWinter

CMN2160 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Church Attendance, Capitalism, Cultivation Theory

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30 Jan 2017
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Technologies that communicate messages to audiences in different parts of a region, country or even the world. No interaction among the co-present can
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UOTTAWACMN 2148Mary HawkinsWinter

CMN 2148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Impression Formation, Communication Apprehension, Organizational Communication

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30 Jan 2017
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We develop relations with others in the organization based on our perceptions of ourselves and the organizational context. Donald campbell: proactive o
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UOTTAWACMN 2148Mary HawkinsWinter

CMN 2148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Feminist Theory, Blue-Collar Worker, Organizational Communication

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30 Jan 2017
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Communication cannot be reduced to an informational issue where meanings are assume to be already existing, must be seen as a process. Communication co
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UOTTAWACMN 2148Mary HawkinsWinter

CMN 2148 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Market Analysis, Organizational Chart, Decision-Making

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30 Jan 2017
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Functional tradition: way of understanding organizational communication by describing what messages do and how they move through organizations. Communi
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