02-04-10_2 - COMM 140P sec 2 Thursday, February 4 Agenda...

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COMM 140P sec 2 Thursday, February 4
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Agenda Check in Announcements Review Fisher’s Narrative Paradigm Modern Day Debates Looking Ahead
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Announcements Add COMM 191A to get credit for final exam Class number 23042 Make sure to have Friday, April 30 th free** Add COMM 191J if you would like to help judge Intramural Tournament Class number 21370 Notetaker?
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Narrative Paradigm Think to Goldilock or the Three Little Pigs, what did they teach us? All stories have morals so stories will get more complex as we get older with greater nuance to help us understand and make sense of morally ambiguous situations What are some modern day “fairy tales”?
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1858 – Stephen Douglas vs. Abraham Lincoln Illinois Senatorial Race Debated moral and economic quandaries posed by slavery 1948 – Thomas Dewey vs. Harold Stassen Republican Primary Race Debated outlawing communism in the U.S. About 60 million people listened on the radio
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