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Journalism 201: Media and Society Study Guide ▯ 2nd Exam▯ ▯ Why is Cosmopolitan a good example of the adaptability of the magazine industry? • It began as a child care and decorative magazine in 1886 • Evolved into a literacy magazine as country’s literacy rates went up • 1905 - changed into a muckraking magazine - Focused on exposing corruption in government, Gov
Week 5 02/03/2015 ▯ Chapter 3- Newspapers The rise and decline of traditional journalism ▯ Newspaper trends today People and society continue to value news Newspapers main reporter of daily life Newspapers watchdog of powerful Demand for news increasing ▯ Stages of Newspapers 1
J201 Newspapers November 11 Penny press: New York Sun’s Benjamin Day founds accessible paper
J201 midterm study guide Mass Communication 3 types: One to one: dynamic communication Many to one: mass communication One to few: small group communication -Harold Laswells 5 W’s Model -Who -What -Which -Whom -With Reasons for growth of mass communication -Democracy -Marketing -Need for mass mediation in entertainment Newspapers Firsts: -Colonial Press was first newspaper published -Benjamin Harri
Journalism 201 Lecture Notes for Week 1&2
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Newspapers Define the six eras of print newspapers
J201 Lecture Notes Week 5 Television The Story of Television Who pioneered this innovation? o Vladimir Zworkyin—invented the TV camera tube o Philo Farnsworth—designed the “image dissector” (TV) in (1922); transmitted the first televised picture in (1927) Television in the 1930’s o (1931)—RCA broadcasts experimental TV image of “Felix the Cat” o (1935)—VHF Station comes out of RCA lab o (1935)—
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First set of class notes for Journalism 201. These notes were taken for the first lecture given on Chapter 1.
Notes from Thursdays Lecture. *Things highlighted in yellow are key things that will come up on the exam.
These are detailed lecture notes from Week 2, full of examples as well as key concepts. Hope you find them helpful!
What is the circuit of culture and how is it useful to media search? What are components of the circuit of culture? How can media content be interpreted differently, depending on knowledge about the production of the content and the vulnerability of audience groups, and how the subject is represented? How can ethical frameworks be applied to the topic of portraying vulnerable populations in the new
Description of the premodern society, industrial revolution, modern society and post modern society. In addition, Marshal McLuhan and the invention of the printing press.
In-depth description on post-modern society and its components provided with examples. Lessons mentioned include Aristotle's Virtue of Ethics, ethical work (deontological and teleological theories), Immanuel Kant (categorical imperative), Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill (Utilitarianism).
Hey guys! Here's this weeks lecture notes, complete with the grammar review from Wednesday.
This study guide is complete with 63 question and answers that you should know and also a list of terms you should be familiar with. This study guide is a compilation of information from both lecture and the book.
Week 3 lecture notes cover things in class, things highlighted are things he said were important concepts.
Here's this past week's lecture notes, complete with details and examples.
Hope you find them helpful!
Hey! Here are the lecture notes from this past week, Week 5, full of detailed examples and extra information!
In-depth discussion and details on the U.S Cultural Imperialism (benefits and disadvantages, examples in movies and TV shows). How does Media economics shape news content? Chomsky's Propaganda Model an
Media and Society (J201) Midterm Study Guide of week 1-5, including key notes and basic knowledge, such as vocabulary and important people. For in-depth notes, review previous notes.
Here are the full answers to the studyguide questions. Hope you find them helpful!
Updated and reuploaded version of the midterm studyguide!
Terms to know, 68 questions and answers that could potentially pop up on the exam. I tried to pull as much information from lectures, and readings as I could.
A basic review of questions that will be on the final exam. Following is the discussion of Media Theories, the third-person effect, the minimal effects model and Agenda Setting.
The Danish Muslim Newspaper Controversy (2005) details, along with the protests and end result. Social Responsibility Media Model, Libertarian Media Model, Communist Media Model, Authoritarian Media Mo
Week 8 Tuesday Media industries: Advertising “Generation like” PBS documentary -‐ Tuesday Before Thanksgiving Class http://www
Hey guys! Here are the lecture notes from week 7, complete with examples and detailed definitions. Hope you find them helpful!
Hey guys! Here are the lecture notes from week 8, complete with examples and detailed definitions. Hope you find them helpful!
Magazines, Labels and Advertising. In depth details on Libel including case examples. What it means to be a limited-purpose public figure and they key takeaways from that lesson. The evolution of Cosmopolitan Magazines including its history and accomplishments. The social constructivist role of advertising. The discussion of "beauty" in society in terms of skin color and size.
J201: Media and Society SECOND Midterm Study Guide, including key notes and IN DEPTH knowledge from Week 7 to Week 10, such as vocabulary and important people. Includes questions that will be on the test, as stated and answered by the professor.
Exam guide for the final. Covers all topics since last exam, is reccomened to look over previous study guides as there will be repeat material on our final.
Here is the complete studyguide, filled with detailed examples and vocabulary.
Online posted study guide questions with all questions answered based on Professor's answers and discussion in class and at the additional study session.
Notes from Week 1