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Textbook Notes for CS100 at Wilfrid Laurier University

Introduction to Media History

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CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter assigned readings : Movable Type, Dawning Information Industry, Psychodynamics

Havelock, Logan, Ong skim BurkeOrnstein The Greek Legacy Havelock Introduction of greek letters in inscription somewhere about 700BC was to alter character of human culture, placing gulf between all alphabetic societies a...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jonathan Finn
CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter assigned: Hieratic, Hyksos, Quipu

Media in Ancient Empires Innis From Stone to Papyrus Stone papyrus (made from plant, covered by cloth and hammered) Brushes made from rush were used for writing Could write faster (stone hieroglyphs were carefully formed...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jonathan Finn
CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-11: Ochre, Upper Paleolithic, Quipu

CS100 – Chapter 1 THE EARLIEST PRECURSOR OF WRITING Symbols and Signs  Symbols are things whose special meaning allows us to conceive, express, and communicate ideas o Ex. Black is the symbol of ...

Communication Studies
CS100
Jonathan Finn
CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter p.1-14: Body Painting, Lower Paleolithic, Kebara Cave

CS100 Communication in history Humankind enlarged its sphere of communication by creating communications Communication is an exchange of information and messages Communication is an activity. Early ancestors communicated t...

Communication Studies
CS100
Peter Urquhart
CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter p.14-55: Rebus, Twelfth Dynasty Of Egypt, Hyksos

A Turning Point in Communication and Data Storage The Neolithic token system may be considered the second step in the evolution of communication and data processing tokens are the link between tallies and pictographs main ...

Communication Studies
CS100
Peter Urquhart
CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter p.102-143: Arbitrage, Futures Exchange, Exoticism

The Rise of the Reading Public difficult to imagine just what figure Marshall McLuhan had in mind when he wrote about the making of typographical man. By making us more alert to the possibility that the advent of printing ...

Communication Studies
CS100
Peter Urquhart
CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter p.30-86: Linotype Machine, Mnemonic, Tums

The Function of Writing a person who can read and write has greater opportunities for fulfillment than one who is illiterate dark side to the spread of writing, writing has been used to tell lies as well as truth political...

Communication Studies
CS100
Peter Urquhart
CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter all: Quipu, Arbitrariness, Kinetoscope

Why Study the History of Media September 16, 2015 Forward History of communication is going under an important shift People are becoming more interested in media Communication history was the story of the press rendered as...

Communication Studies
CS100
Peter Urquhart
CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4 and 7: Implementation Force, Rebus, Reca

CS100 Readings Week 2 THE ORIGINS OF WRITING The Function of Writing There is both a good and dark side to the spread of writing (however the dark side is less obvious) Socrates determined our mixed feelings towards writin...

Communication Studies
CS100
Peter Urquhart
CS 100 Chapter 1-15: CS100 Readings .docx

Why Study the History of Media 01/06/2015 “Foreword” Communication in History: The first significant shift in communication historiography was to make such broader considerations of  politics, law, economics, and culture m...

Communication Studies
CS100
Ghislain Thibault
CS 100 Chapter 2: Lecture 2 Sept 19 - Media in Antiquity.docx

Steph Mollenhauer Media in Antiquity CS100 A Dr. Ghislain Thibault  Lecture 2 September 19, 2013 LMA – Laurier Marketing Orientation Celebra...

Communication Studies
CS100
Ghislain Thibault
CS 100 Chapter 1: dreams of an informamant society.docx

The dreams of an “informant society”  ­ World wide web created in Europe (a program based on an interphase)  ­ World wide web enables people to access directories to find information  ­ Arpanet 3 differ...

Communication Studies
CS100
Ghislain Thibault
CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Logogram

Steph Mollenhauer History of Communication Studies CS100 A Dr. Ghislain Thibault Lecture 3 September 26, 2013 Literate Culture: Writing  Reimbursemen...

Communication Studies
CS100
Ghislain Thibault
CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company, Ibm, Herman Hollerith

Final Exam – 25% of grade 50 Multiple Choice Questions: weeks 8 – 12 Dec. 18 at 3:30pm Room N1001 Digital culture: Computers and Networks 1. The origins of digital media [new media] ­ TV dominates all other ...

Communication Studies
CS100
Ghislain Thibault
CS100 Chapter Notes -Music Box, Common Carrier, Radio Days

Week 10 Readings Radio Days (184-186):  Marconi: wanted to transmit Morse code from point-to-point without wires, and created “wireless” or “radiotelegraphy”  He never really wanted to transport voice,...

Communication Studies
CS100
Ghislain Thibault

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