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Speech 1000 Notes

by: Charles Bailey

Speech 1000 Notes Speech 1000

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These are notes on Citizen and Spectator Students
Human Communication
Davin Grindstaff, Ellen Jones
Speech !000, human communication, Citizen, Spectator, students
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This 4 page Bundle was uploaded by Charles Bailey on Friday March 25, 2016. The Bundle belongs to Speech 1000 at Georgia State University taught by Davin Grindstaff, Ellen Jones in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 17 views. For similar materials see Human Communication in Language at Georgia State University.


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Date Created: 03/25/16
The Citizen and the Spectator 1 The Citizen and the Spectator I. The Nature of Leadership: Celebrity Politics A) Performers as Representatives: 1) 2) B) Politics as Performance 1) 2) 3) C) Assessment 1) Critique: 2) Defense: The Citizen and the Spectator 2 II. Election as Spectacle A. Substance vs. Hype 1) Substance = 2) Hype a) Examples b) Campaign Events: Examples: B. Comedy News 1) Content Analysis  Daily Show =  News programs = 2) Survey of Young Voters The Citizen and the Spectator 3 III. Electronic Media and the Citizen? A. 2008 Election & New Media 1) Examples:  Text message announces Biden as running mate  SNS’s used for campaigning  Text message announces Grant Park celebration 2) Millennial Generation  Younger generations = more savvy with technology  Network as “Opinion Leaders”: depend on peer groups rather than traditional “leaders” B. Democratization Thesis 1) Definition: 2) Findings: FB groups 3) Findings: Blogs The Citizen and the Spectator 4 C. Normalization Thesis 1) Definition: 2) Findings: FB 3) Findings: Blogs


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