CMN 1160 Study Guide - Intertextuality, John Stuart Mill, Social Inequality

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Office hours: mondays 13:00-16:00 (dms 11140: radamis hany. Started using reason as a base instead of class. Had to think about what to debate, who should be involved, how hierarchy should work, public access and opinion, etc. Entrusted parliament and elections to ensure these values. To ensure the flow of knowledge, we developed mass media. Freedom of speech, privacy, ownership of the media go to the heart of the society you want to establish. 16th 18th century involved the role of communication and orienting it towards who should participate and how they should participate. 20th century: media studies becomes an active field. 1900s involved emphasis on the formation of public opinion. 1930s onward shifted towards sociologically and psychologically based groundings. Three types of approaches to communicatons: european approaches. Involve the role of social, political and social interest in shaping media messages: u. s. Administrative school: looks at communication breakdowns and how to enhance the means of conveying content: canada.

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