History fall 08 syll

History fall 08 syll - Oct 31Review Nov 3 Test#2(Chapters...

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Journalism History Syllabus Fall 2008 Readings and Lectures Aug. 25 Chapter 1: Origins of Mass Communication 27 Chapter 2: Printing in America 29 Chapter 2: Printing in America Sept. 1 Labor Day—no classes 3 Chapter 3: The Colonial Press 5 Chapter 3: The Colonial Press 8 Chapter 4: The Revolutionary Press 10 Chapter 4: The Revolutionary Press 12 Chapter 5: The Party Press 15 Chapter 5: The Party Press 17 Chapter 6: Freedom of the Press 19 Chapter 6: Freedom of the Press 22 Chapter 7: The Penny Press 24 Chapter 7: The Penny Press 26 Chapter 7: The Penny Press 29 Review Oct. 1 Test #1 (Chapters 1-7) 3 Chapter 8: The Antebellum Press 6 Chapter 8 The Antebellum Press 8 Chapter 9: The Press and the Civil War 10 Chapter 9: The Press and the Civil War 13 Chapter 10: The Frontier Press 15 Chapter 11: The Press and Industrial America 17 Fall Break—no classes 20 Chapter 11: The Press and Industrial America 22 Chapter 12: The Age of New Journalism 24 Chapter 13: American Magazines 27 Chapter 14: The Development of Advertising 29 Chapter 15: The Emergence of Modern Media
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Unformatted text preview: Oct. 31Review Nov. 3 Test #2 (Chapters 8-15) 5 Chapter 16: The Media and Reform 7 Chapter 16: The Media and Reform 10 Chapter 17: The Media and National Crises 12 Chapter 17: The Media and National Crises 14 Chapter 18: Radio Comes of Age 17 Chapter 20: The Age of Magazines 19 Chapter 21: Modern Advertising 21 Chapter 22: Public Relations 24 Chapter 23: The Media in Transition 26 Thanksgiving 28 Thanksgiving Dec. 1 Chapter 23: The Media in Transition 3 Chapter 24: The Contemporary Media 5 Chapter 24: The Contemporary Media 8 Review for Final Exam Textbook: The Media in America by Wm. David Sloan Grades Two tests, each worth 30 percent of final grade Final Exam, The comprehensive final exam is worth 40 percent of the final grade Final Exam: Monday, Dec. 15, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Attendance: If you miss 5 classes you lose 3 points off of your final average. For each class you miss after 5, you lose one point off of your final average....
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History fall 08 syll - Oct 31Review Nov 3 Test#2(Chapters...

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