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RYERSONJRN 202Shelley RobertsonWinter

Grammar Notes1.docx

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The lawnmower that is/which is in the garage. Pull you to this one thing that i am thinking about (that is ) Adds secondary non-essential information t
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RYERSONJRN 406Ira BasenWinter

JRN 406 Chapter 3: Week 3 - what is PR & where it came from reading

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Week 3: what it is and where it came from. For pr"s reputation: let"s define ourselves candidly - paul seaman: four definitions of pr between the prsa
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RYERSONJRN 406Ira BasenWinter

JRN 406 Chapter 4: Week 4 - Transparency & Ethics readings

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RYERSONJRN 400Asmaa MalikFall

JRN 400 Chapter Notes - Chapter Sensoy and Ore: Cultural Relativism, Enculturation, Critical Thinking

Ozlem sensoy and robin diangelo, critical thinking and critical theory. Critical definition: to find fault, to judge or to criticize; an intellectual s
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RYERSONJRN 103Lisa TaylorFall

JRN 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Jargon, Independent Clause, Dependent Clause

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Always, always use cp style, check the cp website online or order the book if you want a copy with you at all times. Never use square brackets [ or ].
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RYERSONJRN 103Lisa TaylorFall

JRN 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Positive Psychology, Jargon

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Week 4: the elements of a good news story. Write a hard news lede (telling what the news is right away) that answers the 5w"s: Make sure all of the ws
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RYERSONJRN 103Lisa TaylorFall

JRN 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Justin Bieber, Exact Sciences

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Do come up with a focused lede on an aspect of the issue. Don"t include quotes from audience members that amount to: i hadn"t heard of this person/thin
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RYERSONJRN 125forgetnameWinter

JRN 125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Observer-Expectancy Effect

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Research methods- include participants activity"s such as interviews or taking tests. Research design- a over all plan for the study that would be the
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RYERSONJRN 406Ira BasenWinter

JRN 406 Chapter 2: Week 2 - Ivy Lee speech reading

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Publicity includes everything used to express an idea: it comprises advertising, radio, moving picture, magazine articles, speeches, books, mass meetin
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