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WESTERNMIT 2000F/GDavid SpencerFall

MIT 2000 Textbook Notes

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24 Feb 2014
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Maurice charland: opening of canadian broadcasting corporation (cbc) production of. Contradictions of economic and cultural communication: first contra
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WESTERNMIT 2000F/GDaniel RobinsonWinter

Reading 2 pages 21-29(Interpreting Aboriginal Cultures by Gerald Friesen).docx

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10 Feb 2014
147
Pages 21 29 dominant mode of communication for aboriginal people was speech: we divide time minutes, days, years, centuries linear unit of life time fi
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WESTERNMIT 2000F/GDaniel RobinsonFall

MIT 2000 Reading Summary: Jeffrey McNairn

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16 Nov 2011
139
The most powerful engine of the human mind": the press and its readers . This reading focuses on the significance of the newspaper in the 1800"s. Mcnai
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WESTERNMIT 2000F/GDaniel RobinsonFall

Media, Information and Technoculture 2000F/G Chapter Notes -Nell Shipman, Educational Film, Middleground

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15 Nov 2011
82
This reading discusses how the national film board of canada has been able to survive since it is not heavily commercialized like hollywood or bollywoo
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WESTERNMIT 2000F/GDaniel RobinsonFall

Media, Information and Technoculture 2000F/G Chapter Notes -Canadian Identity, Graham Spry, Common Booster Core

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15 Nov 2011
87
This reading discusses how the canadian pacific railway and the telegraph worked together to bind" canada. The canadian pacific railway encouraged cana
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WESTERNMIT 2200F/GAlison HearnWinter

MIT 2200 Textbook Notes and Additional Tutorial Notes -Jan 16th- Culturalism

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22 Feb 2014
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WESTERNMIT 2100F/GNick Dyer- WithefordWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 2100F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-11: Web 2.0, Game Players, Culture Industry

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10 Dec 2016
5
Movies are no longer about the thing; they"re about the next thing. Comic book movies are a major victim of this process. Giving the people what they w
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WESTERNMIT 2000F/GDaniel RobinsonFall

Media, Information and Technoculture 2000F/G Chapter Notes -Publicaffairs, Miss Representation, Loss Leader

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28 Apr 2014
83
Canada"s greatest challenge in the 19th century was to unite the country across a continent. The construction of the cpr (from 1881 to 1885) was a deli
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WESTERNMIT 2500A/BWarren SteeleWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 2500A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Deskilling, High Tech, Martin Heidegger

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20 Dec 2016
4
The factory system, automobile, telephone, radio, television, the space program, and of course nuclear power itself have all at one time or another bee
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WESTERNMIT 2153A/BPaul AitkenWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 2153A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-7: Culture Industry, Technological Determinism, Cultural Determinism

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10 Dec 2016
6
Corporate professional refers to social relations between symbol creators on the one hand, and patrons/businesses on the other. Complex professional fo
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WESTERNMIT 2500A/BWarren SteeleWinter

Media, Information and Technoculture 2500A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-12: Patternist Series, Spiritual Machines, Life Extension

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20 Dec 2016
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WESTERNMIT 2000F/GDaniel RobinsonFall

Media, Information and Technoculture 2000F/G Chapter Notes -Elizabeth Eisenstein

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16 Nov 2011
53
From the literate revolution in greece and its cultural consequences . This reading focuses on the significance of the invention of the alphabet and ho
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