Textbook Notes for MDSA01H3 at University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)

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UTSCMDSA01H3Sarah KleebFall

MDSA01 Final: Complete and Comprehensive 45 Page Final Exam Study Guide

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UTSCMDSA01H3Sarah KleebFall

MDSA01 Lecture 11: Erotic Analysis and Ecological Analysis

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UTSCMDSA01H3Sarah KleebFall

MDSA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Ghost Story, False Consciousness, Queer Theory

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UTSCMDSA01H3Sarah KleebFall

MDSA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Lgbt Stereotypes, Heteronormativity, Heterosexuality

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UTSCMDSA01H3Sarah KleebFall

MDSA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Masculinity, Amy Schumer, Jurassic World

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UTSCMDSA01H3Sarah KleebFall

MDSA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Mirror Stage, Deferral, Sexual Objectification

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UTSCMDSA01H3Michael PetitFall

MDSA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Peep Show, Kinetoscope, Postmodernity

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UTSCMDSA01H3Michael PetitFall

mdsa01h3 Chapter 7-11: Chapter 7 - ... Notes by FanBing.docx

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UTSCMDSA01H3Michael PetitFall

MDSA01H3 Chapter Notes -Presupposition

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29 Oct 2014
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Both history and popular lore have encouraged us to view photographs as direct, unmediated transcriptions of the real world, rather than seeing them as
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UTSCMDSA01H3Michael PetitFall

MDSA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Stamp Act 1765, Yellow Journalism, Organizational Culture

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Media scholars employing an organizational perspective seek to understand why media organizations, a specific medium, or the mass media institution pro
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UTSCMDSA01H3Michael PetitFall

MDSA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Horizontal Integration, Friedrich Engels, Media Studies

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25 Sep 2017
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Introducing: critical media studies an umbrella term used to describe an array of theoretical perspectives which, though diverse, are united by their s
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UTSCMDSA01H3Lewis KayeFall

MDSA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Canadian Content, Market Failure, Prosumer

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30 Nov 2016
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Particularities of media economics: five categories of resources- the ingredients media producers require to generate and disseminate media content. Ti
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UTSCMDSA01H3Michael PetitFall

MDSA01H3 Chapter 5: Rhetorical Analysis

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20 Oct 2018
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Shared meaning is, of course, what makes human communication possible. Signs are the fundamental building block of communication and meaning. In this s
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UTSCMDSA01H3Michael PetitFall

MDSA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Todd Gitlin, Tragic Hero, Scapegoating

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4 Dec 2014
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In sociological literature agency describes the capacity of human beings to act purposively and according to their own volitions, while structure refer
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UTSCMDSA01H3Lewis KayeFall

MDSA01H3 Chapter 4: chapter 4 notes mdsa

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6 Oct 2016
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Media content: studying and making of meaning (chapter 4) Icon: looks like the object it describes (i. e maps and photographs) Index: related to the ob
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UTSCMDSA01H3Michael PetitFall

MDSA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Commodity Fetishism, Vertical Integration, Richard Rorty

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6 Nov 2012
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Mdsa01 study guide for chapters 1-4 (focus on key terms for midterm: introducing critical media studies. We learn: somatically: things we know through
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UTSCMDSA01H3Gray GraffamSummer

MDSA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Source Four, Sound Recording And Reproduction, Media Studies

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6 Jun 2017
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Direct sensory perception of our environment how things look, smell, feel, sound, or taste like: symbolically. Things we know through someone or someth
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UTSCMDSA01H3Gray GraffamSummer

MDSA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Media Studies, Culture Change, Cultural Studies

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22 Dec 2015
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Scholars in the strand of media studies seek to understand how media texts shape the way we think about the world as cultural, political, and social be
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