COMM2200FinalReview - Final Examination Study Guide...

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Final Examination Study Guide – Communication 2200 OFFICE HOURS (PLEASE NOTE NEW LOCATIONS) Monday 1:25-2:15 (Lauren, 306 Kennedy) Tuesday 10-12:30 (Byrne, 314 Kennedy) Tuesday 1pm-2pm (Antony, 306 Kennedy) Wednesday 11-12 (Sunny, 306 Kennedy) Thursday 10:30-11:30 (Sunny, 306 Kennedy) Thursday 12pm-1pm (Antony, 306 Kennedy) 1) This study guide is a basis for how I write the exam. The exam is 80 questions and those questions will probably be drawn from the concepts listed below. However, I reserve the right to pull from course material not specifically listed here. There are also 82 potential questions below but the final will only have 80 questions, I will remove two at the end. I hope that this helps you narrow down your studying, but please understand that I have instructed the TA’s not to give you any more specific information on the exact questions. 2) It is up to you to investigate exactly when and where these topics were discussed in class. When topics seem very broad, it is usually because the list of answer choices is broad (cuts across concepts). 3) In short, as always, anything we have discussed in lecture and anything that was assigned to read is fair game for the exam. I hope this list is helpful to you. 4) GOOD LUCK!!!! 1. BEFORE PRELIM 2. BEFORE PRELIM 3. BEFORE PRELIM 4. BEFORE PRELIM 5. BEFORE PRELIM 6. BEFORE PRELIM 7. BEFORE PRELIM 8. BEFORE PRELIM 9. BEFORE PRELIM 10. BEFORE PRELIM 11. BEFORE PRELIM 12. BEFORE PRELIM 13. BEFORE PRELIM 14. BEFORE PRELIM 15. BEFORE PRELIM 16. BEFORE PRELIM
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17. BEFORE PRELIM 18. BEFORE PRELIM 19. BEFORE PRELIM 20. BEFORE PRELIM 21. Sex and Media – Exposure/content Exposure By end of HS average student has spent 12,000 hrs in class & 18,000 hrs with TV – type entertainment – teens are watching TV and streamed entertainment more than social online (2007) Limited sources of info about sex Parents/schools often give restricted info Teens’ most important sources of info about sex 29%. .......... TV 7% ……Parents 3%. ....... Sex Education 22. Sex and Media – Explicit, implicit, inexplicit What is Explicit, Implicit, inexplicit? Explicit Porn HBO Sex is happening now, sounds and “thrusting” The wire Implicit Talk Innuendo Jokes about Sex Sarah Marshall Implicit Inexplicit Kissing Fade to Black (Sex is about to happen or just happened) 23. Sex and Media – Social Cognitive Theory Social Cognitive Theory General Modeling Process 1. Observe Several Modeled behaviors 2. Learn a General rule of behavior 3. Adapt learned rule to new situations SCT, more specific path from observation to behavior: o Attention → Retention → Production → Motivation o Watch → Encode as useful → Real life is similar → Act (maybe) E.g., Adolescents pay attention to attractive and similar models of sexual
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behavior Actual behavior depends on an adolescent’s physical abilities, mental abilities,
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2010 for the course COMM 2200 taught by Professor Byrne during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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