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MDSA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-10: Tape Recorder, Paperback, Npr

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For example, some cultural forms can be familiar, innovative and challenginglike harry potter books and movies. This model accounts for the complexity
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UTSCMDSA02H3Ted PetitFall

MDSA02H3 Chapter Notes -Cultural Imperialism

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Base (in marxist theory) the underlying economic and material conditions of society. Concentration an organizational state in which the ownership and c
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UTSCMDSA02H3Ted PetitFall

CH 1 - Critical Media Studies: An Introduction (Ott & Mack)

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Mass media communication technologies that have the potential to reach large audiences in remote locations. Medium middle; that which comes between two
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UTSCMDSA02H3Ted PetitFall

MDSA01 - Chapter 10: Reception Analysis

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UTSCMDSA02H3Ted PetitFall

MDSA01 - Chapter 8: Feminist Analysis

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Feminist scholars concentrate on how biological categories like male and female become conflated with cultural gender expectations, resulting in discri
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UTSCMDSA02H3Ted PetitFall

MDSA01 - Chapter 11: Erotic Analysis

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In other words, eroticism concerns the subject and her/his individual desires, and not simply an innate urge to reproduce. We also find profound enjoym
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UTSCMDSA02H3Ted PetitFall

MDSA01 - Chapter 7: Psychoanalytic Analysis

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UTSCMDSA02H3Michael PetitWinter

MDSA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3,7,8: Online Advertising, Investigative Journalism, Creative Nonfiction

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3 eras= oral and written, print revolution, electronic era, and digital era. Linear model of mass communication: senders, messages, mass media channel,
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UTSCMDSA02H3Ted PetitFall

MDSA02H3 Chapter Notes -Roland Barthes, Semiotics

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Aesthetics the meaningfulness of art (and life) as apprehended through the senses; the beauty of art and the sensual enjoyment it engenders. Affects th
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UTSCMDSA02H3Michael PetitWinter

MDSA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Philo Farnsworth, Federal Communications Commission, Satellite Television

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Chapter 6: television and cable: the power of visual culture. Because television images could not physically float through the air, technicians and inv
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UTSCMDSA02H3Ted PetitFall

MDSA02H3 Chapter Notes -Pragmatism, Richard Rorty, John Dewey

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Aggressor effect the hypothesis that repeated exposure to representations of violence increase aggressive behavior on the part of audiences. Bystander
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UTSCMDSA02H3Ted PetitFall

CH 12 - Critical Media Studies: An Introduction (Ott & Mack)

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Cool medium communication technologies that are high in participation or completion by the audience (e. g. television, telephone, cartoons). Equipment
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