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UMCOM 101Shapiro MitchellFall

COM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: New York Journal-American, Penny Press, The New-England Courant

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Inform and entertain, disseminate specialized knowledge, shape cultural trends, trigger public debates. Earliest news passed orally by community leader
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UMCOM 101Shapiro MitchellFall

COM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Printing, Woodblock Printing, Movable Type

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Ch 10 outline - books and the power of print. Oldest mass medium, still most in uential and diverse. Feared that tv would replace books, but industry i
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UMCOM 101Shapiro MitchellFall

COM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: The Saturday Evening Post, Upton Sinclair, Photojournalism

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First in 7th century france, bookseller catalogs and notices. Most catered to elite - poetry politics philosophy. Some founding fathers worked for earl
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UMCOM 101Shapiro MitchellFall

COM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Edward Bernays, Niche Market, Monopolistic Competition

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Com101 ch 13 outline - media economics and global marketplace. Some are concerned about the increasing power and reach of large media conglomerates. Ot
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UMCOM 101Shapiro MitchellFall

COM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Snail Mail, Media Multitasking, Mass Media

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Best: help us understand events that a ect us. Disapproval of how media hurtle from event to event and focus on celebs. Become media literate: critical
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UMCOM 101Steinfatt ThomasWinter

COM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: The Christian Science Monitor, Granville Woods, World Wide Web

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Scott mccloud comic book author who refined understandings of media literacy: the better mastery you have of these techniques for mass media, the keene
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