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COMM3280-001Week2Notes.pdf COMM 3280

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Intercultural/Global Communication
Marguerite Cantu
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Date Created: 03/06/16
Talking about your culture I. Materialistic society a. Want based society i. America is storytelling culture II. Culture a. When it comes to culture, noting is ever “just” nothing b. We are taught to believe what we see i. Images lie; specifically matters c. What you think you know and what you actually know are two different things d. Project perspective not knowledge e. Nothing is something unless we attach meaning III. Public Pedagogy a. Study of how society is taught ideology b. How we learn what we know about other people and about the world c. 100% media saturated society d. Systemically: put all together  i. Each one of us is unique and we have a purpose e. Society progresses very slowly IV. Disney’s public pedagogy a. Sublime: absorbed as entertainment b. Innocence: magic­ fun c. Wholesome: family entertainment  d. Children have been raised on Disney for generations e. Fond memories f. Connected to family, friends, things, and places and people we know g. Disney is a transnational media corporation V. Public Pedagogy a. 1993, 90% of media were owned by 50 companies  b. Public Pedagogy  i. 2016, 90% of media are owned by 6 companies VI. Disney’s Public Pedagogy a. 2  largest media corporation b. How much influence do they have over the images and messages we exposed to VII. The Disney construct a. “innocence” i. Embodiments of ideologies VIII. Accumulative effect   a. Builds up slowly  IX. Historical context a. People make media through their own understanding at the time X. Lion Kind having to do with intercultural communication XI. You are product of all media you consumed a. You are immune b. Your thoughts were not produced in a vacuum  


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