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BERKELEYMEDIAST 10Josh JacksonFall

MEDIAST 10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Jato, Messenger, Connotation

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BERKELEYMEDIAST 101Josh JacksonSpring

MEDIAST 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Sexual Orientation

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Impact on internet on id production under investigation. Self concept: totality of person thoughts and feelings in reference to oneself as an object. P
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BERKELEYMEDIAST 101Josh JacksonSpring

MEDIAST 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Hypodermic Needle Model, Culture Industry, Max Horkheimer

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Schiller warns of takeover of public space by private media interests and the control of mass communications by military industrial complex. Informatio
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BERKELEYMEDIAST 101Josh JacksonSpring

MEDIAST 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Point-Of-View Shot, Crane Shot, Tracking Shot

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Like an excerpt (only part of the work) Specific part of head is extreme close up. Long shot: complete human figure with some background or full shot.
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BERKELEYMEDIAST 101Josh JacksonSpring

MEDIAST 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Joss Whedon, Auteur Theory, Techtv

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Debate of timeshift and suggest collective social and tech practice tv fragment plurality of privatised and consumer led viewing activities. Rise of dv
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BERKELEYMEDIAST 101Josh JacksonSpring

MEDIAST 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Home Movies

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Introduction of camera equipment influences ways people can keep track of lives. 3 questions of relationships between camera technology and social comm
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BERKELEYMEDIAST 101Josh JacksonSpring

MEDIAST 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Kodak, Commodification, Mobile Telephony

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Ibrahim, instagramming life: banal imaging and poetics of everyday. Image entwined with societies, representing cultures and indentities with different
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BERKELEYMEDIAST 101Josh JacksonSpring

MEDIAST 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Master Shot

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Records real things but is hidden behind a screen. Actual running time usually couple mins to hours (story takes place over couple days) Possible to ch
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BERKELEYMEDIAST 101Josh JacksonSpring

MEDIAST 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: High Tech, Participatory Democracy, False Consciousness

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Counter-hegemonic: challenging established, hierarchical, systems of politics, economics, and culture, alternative media takes many forms. Subjective a
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BERKELEYMEDIAST 101Josh JacksonSpring

MEDIAST 101 Chapter 1: The work of representation -Stuart Hall

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Key processes of cultural circuit and practices of representation. Representation connects meaning and language to culture. Involves language and is pa
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BERKELEYMEDIAST 101Josh JacksonSpring

MEDIAST 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: German Shepherd, Signifer, Semiotics

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Many tools used to look and are used automatically at times. Conventions are like road signs: we learn their codes for them to make sense, and the code
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BERKELEYMEDIAST 101Josh JacksonSpring

MEDIAST 101 Chapter 13: Babbie chapter 13

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Qualitative analysis: methods for examining social research data without converting them to a numerical format. Useful approach to data analysis and is
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