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U OF OJ 320HannaWinter

J 320 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Judith Lorber, Mass Media, Puberty

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U OF OJ 201Alilunas PFall

J 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Consumer Activism

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Created out of interactions between cultural producers and consumers. To understand how brands work we need to pay attention to texts and their wider a
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U OF OJ 201Alilunas PFall

J 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Interactive Media

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Ordinary people can create and circulate content and express their point of view. Interactive media granted power to ordinary people. Media system buil
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U OF OJ 201Gretchen SoderlundWinter

J 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter pgs. 39-57: Frankfurt School, Dialectic, New World Information And Communication Order

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U OF OJ 350Professor ChandlerSpring

J 350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Whatsapp, Pinterest, Linkedin

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Pew research findings (march 2018: researched eight major social media platforms, facebook, twitter, instagram, snapchat, youtube, whatsapp, pinterest,
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U OF OJ 201Gretchen SoderlundWinter

J 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter pgs. 104-122: Interchangeable Parts, Individualism

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Professional communicators: media aren"t just an inert set of texts, media are the product of humans interacting with each other, communication work is
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U OF OJ 201Alilunas PFall

J 201 Chapter 12: Ch. 12 J201 Notes

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Media are central to organizing the symbolic structure of cities the architecture of our cities. As media become more mobile, interactive and persuasiv
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U OF OJ 350Professor ChandlerSpring

J 350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Nonverbal Communication, North American Free Trade Agreement, Mobile Phone

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Indonesia: major growth in pr firms specializing in digital communications, mobile phone penetration is more than 100, pr profession is still evolving,
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U OF OJ 201Gretchen SoderlundWinter

J 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter pgs. 59-82: Liberal Democracy, Bourgeoisie

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U OF OJ 201Alilunas PFall

J 201 Chapter 13: Ch. 13 J201 Notes

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Media institutions are organized around the strategic and rationalized production. Audiences make value, and media organizations extract it of audience
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U OF OJ 350Professor ChandlerSpring

J 350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6-8: James E. Grunig

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Eight elements of pr: situation, objectives, audience, strategy, tactics, calendar, budget, evaluation. Grunig"s communication objectives: message expo
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U OF OJ 350Professor ChandlerSpring

J 350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Federal Communications Commission, Commercial Speech, Lanham Act

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