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UTMCCT109H5Rhonda Mc EwenSummer

Module 1.docx

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Egyptian civilization showed a shift from monarchy to democracy organization and the basis of communication also showed a changed from stone to pyamids
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UTMCCT109H5Paul HarrisonSummer

CCT109H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6-9: Yochai Benkler, Bruno Latour, Participatory Media

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Flew & smith, p. 136: video games as the ideal commodity . Market convergences: hardware and software developers converge for greater advancements. Glo
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UTMCCT109H5Paul HarrisonSummer

CCT109H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Pinterest

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1800s, samuel morse an american brought the telegraph into popular use even though he didn"t invent it: his name is attached to the coding system morse
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UTMCCT321H5Radha MaharajSpring

CCT321H5 Chapter all: Textbook Readings

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UTMCCT109H5Jeremy PackerFall

CCT109H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Html, Digital Divide, Application Programming Interface

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What society finds novel in new media and what role new media plays in wider social change. New media is an outcome of the digitalization of content, w
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UTMCCT208H5Divya MaharajhWinter

CCT208 - Chapter 1 Notes

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Research is a way of going about finding answers to questions. Social research is conducted to learn something new about the social world. Social resea
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UTMCCT109H5Jeremy PackerFall

CCT109H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Global Sources, Deinstitutionalisation, Granularity

A culture in which citizens are not just media consumers but also media producers, usually through social media. Such users of media are sometimes refe
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UTMCCT109H5Jeremy PackerFall

CCT109H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Prosumer, Occupy Movement, Shared Experience

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Chapter 5 social networks and participatory culture. Participatory culture culture in which citizens consume and produce media usually through social m
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UTMCCT109H5Jeremy PackerFall

CCT109H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Ubisoft, Multiplayer Video Game, University Of Toronto Mississauga

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The global interactive games industry is large, growing, and at the forefront of many of the most significant innovations in new media. A stand-alone p
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UTMCCT109H5Jeremy PackerFall

CCT109H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Relationship Marketing, Creative Destruction, United Nations Conference On Trade And Development

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In the early 2000s, a surge of interest in creativity shows few signs of abating. Popular business literature exhorts corporate managers to unlock the
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UTMCCT109H5Brett CarawayFall

CCT109H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Management System, Social Bookmarking, Folksonomy

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Pcs or mac computers: the software being used to access the content (web browser, the nature of the users themselves. Eg. they may have a physical or m
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UTMCCT109H5Jeremy PackerFall

CCT109H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Capital Formation, Technological Determinism, University Of Toronto Mississauga

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A well-rounded view of the role and effects of new media in society can be achieved by taking a number of perspectives. Emphasis on social shaping pers
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