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MCMASTERCMST 1A03Alexandre SevignySummer

CMST 1A03 Chapter Notes -Digital Divide, High Tech, Meritocracy

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Communication studies 1a03 study guide: intro to communication readings. Minerva"s owl takes flight at dusk : communications travel through peaks and v
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MCMASTERCMST 1A03Dilyana MinchevaWinter

CMST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: International Communication, Network Society, World-Systems Theory

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Readings 11 chapter 11 (globalization and international communication) The activities and institutions we have defined under mass communication in cana
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MCMASTERCMST 1A03Dilyana MinchevaWinter

CMST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: George Gerbner, Media Consumption, Hypodermic Needle

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Readings 5 chapter 5 (perspectives on media and audiences) New technology has offered audiences with increasing choice and participation but has also s
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MCMASTERCMST 1A03Dilyana MinchevaWinter

CMST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Industrial Revolution, Bourgeoisie, Mass Media

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Readings 3 chapter 3; media history and canadian context. Mass media is more than sources of information and entertainment: they are essential social,
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MCMASTERCMST 1A03Dilyana MinchevaWinter

CMST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Andrew Feenberg, Substantivism, Technological Determinism

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Readings 6 chapter 6 (communication technology and society) Andrew feenberg: provides an account on the major frameworks people have used to think abou
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MCMASTERCMST 1A03Dilyana MinchevaWinter

CMST 1A03 Chapter 7: Readings 7 – Chapter 7 (Formation of Communication policy)

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Readings 7 chapter 7 (formation of communication policy. Communications policy: are established by international regulatory bodies and national / regio
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MCMASTERCMST 1A03Terence FlynnWinter

CMST 1A03 Chapter 4: Communication C4

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Our own experiences and perspective will guide us through this lens. A flag is a sign, showing territory and ownership. Representation: the act of putt
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MCMASTERCMST 1A03Dilyana MinchevaWinter

CMST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Nationstates, Media Play, Marshall Mcluhan

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Readings 2 ch 2 (communication: social and cultural forms) It is institutions and organizations that we share these connect and bind us together. This
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MCMASTERCMST 1A03Dilyana MinchevaWinter

CMST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.1: Speaking Tube

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Readings 1 chapter 1: media and society. Media lies at the heart of the contemporary world. Media is central to our understanding of the world and how
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MCMASTERCMST 1A03Christine QuailWinter

CMST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, Telefilm Canada, Canadian Content

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Is public good; broadcast spectrum is scarce resource. Broadcasting act section 3= underlying principles: canadian content must not only exist but it s
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MCMASTERCMST 1A03Greg FlynnWinter

CMST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Infor, Energizer, Pitch Shift

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MCMASTERCMST 1A03Terry FlynnWinter

CMST 1A03 Chapter 10: Chapter 10 Definitions

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Mediation: intervention in a dispute in order to resolve it. News values: the criteria journalists apply to determine whether a particular person or ev
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