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Comm 101, week 2 notes

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These notes are from his powerpoint of the History of Communication
Communication 101: Introduction to the Study of Communication
Kyle Tusing
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Date Created: 09/01/16
August 31st, 2016 Intro to communication ▯ History of Communication ▯ • 20th and 21st Century Communication Study -Formation of modern academic disciplines -Athriving disciplines today I. Two answers to the question, “Why did X occur?” A. “Why?” from the perspective of science (world view 1) B. “Why?” from the perspective of history (world view 2) II. Definitions A. Science -An emphasis on careful observation to produce knowledge; use of the scientific method. Scientific Method 1. Ask a question 2. Do background research 3. Construct a hypothesis 4. Collect data 5. Analyze your data and draw a conclusion 6. Communicate your results ▯ B. Humanism -An emphasis on individual human experience as the basis of morality and knowledge III. Variations in philosophical orientations toward theory -Philosophical orientation refers to the assumptions scholars make about the world, people, and their own role in that world. ▯ ▯


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