Textbook Notes for CRI 100 at Ryerson University

RYERSONCRI 100Dr.Louis Etienne DuboisFall

CRI 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter Ch. 3-4: Thq, Sound Recording And Reproduction, Trade Union

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This was also an offspring of the industrial revolution. In the 20th century, north american newspapers succumbed to chain and conglomerate ownership:
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RYERSONCRI 100Dr.Louis Etienne DuboisFall

CRI 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter Ch. 1-2, 7: Canada Council, Final Good, Culture Of Canada

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17 Jan 2017
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Private television: three assumptions: canadian viewers prefer american tv and content, the canadian tv sucks problem, low budget compared to american
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RYERSONCRI 100Jeremy ShternFall

CRI 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Soft Skills, Cultural Capital, Creative Class

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RYERSONCRI 100Jeremy ShternFall

CRI 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Italian Renaissance Painting, Conservation-Restoration Of Cultural Heritage, Roman Art

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14 Jan 2017
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Separation of art from commerce relies on the idea that an artistic inclination and talent will exclude the artist from any involvement in administrati
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RYERSONCRI 100Jeremy ShternFall

CRI 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Knowledge Worker, Precarity

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14 Jan 2017
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Intellectual property rights (ipr): any form of authentic creation that can be bought or sold (copyright, patents, trademarks and designs) Copyright: l
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RYERSONCRI 100Dr.Louis Etienne DuboisFall

CRI 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter Ch. 3, 5: Post-Fordism, Personal Branding, Cultural Capital

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17 Jan 2017
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10/15/16: the institutional landscape of the modern creative industries is made up of 3 types of organizational structure: Outsourcing became an import
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RYERSONCRI 100Louis- Etienne DuboisFall

CRI 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Cord-Cutting, Canadian Content, Quebecor

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25 Nov 2017
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3 assumptions surround everyday discussion of contemporary private tv landscape in canada. Canadians produce/sell lot"s of content both domestically an
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RYERSONCRI 100Louis- Etienne DuboisFall

CRI 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Micro-Enterprise, Sole Proprietorship, Creative Class

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7 Nov 2016
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How businesses make money to build creative activities/products. Main legal frameworks in which these businesses operate. Compares creative business an
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RYERSONCRI 100Dr.Louis Etienne DuboisFall

CRI 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter Ch. 11: Cultural Capital, Putting-Out System

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17 Jan 2017
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RYERSONCRI 100Dr.Louis Etienne DuboisFall

CRI 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter Culture and Policy: Public Good, Collective Intelligence, Externality

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17 Jan 2017
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Unesco those industries that combine creation, production and commercialization of contents which are intangible and cultural in nature their contents
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RYERSONCRI 100Louis- Etienne DuboisFall

CRI 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Precarity, Creative Class, Branded Content

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27 Sep 2016
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The creative industries are all connected by 3 defining features: o o o. They all require some input of human creativity. They are vehicles for symboli
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RYERSONCRI 100Louis- Etienne DuboisFall

CRI 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4-5: Motivation, Social Liberalism, The Affluent Society

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25 Nov 2017
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Managing creative work through release and control: myth of self-motivated creatures: chapter 4. In pursuit of creativity, today"s managers are encoura
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