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Final Exam Jeopardy - Comm 371 Media Culture Society Fall 2010 Round 1 The Basics You Better Know These Terms Arguments Authors Themes from Day 1

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Comm 371: Media, Culture, & Society Fall 2010
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Round 1: The Basics You Better Know These Terms Arguments & Authors Themes from Day 1 Social Movements Wimpy OMG 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50
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You Better Know These Terms
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Who wrote this? What term does it define? “…principles of selection, emphasis, and presentation composed of little tacit theories about what exists, what happens, and what matters… persistent patterns of cognition, interpretation, and presentation, of selection, emphasis, and exclusion by which symbol- handlers, routinely organized discourse, whether verbal or visual ” (pp. 6-7; emphasis original).
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Who wrote this? What term does it define? “…values which can be found in many different types of news stories over a long period of time; often they affect what events become news, for some are part and parcel of the definition of news…not timeless and they may change somewhat over the years; moreover, they also help to shape opinions, and many times, opinions are only specifications of [them]” (p. 41).
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Who wrote this? What term does it define? “…opinions expressed about specific actors or activities of the moment, be they a presidential appointee or a new anti-inflation policy. These manifest themselves in the explicit opinions of newsmagazine stories and television commentary, as well as in the implicit judgments that enter into all stories” (p. 41).
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What term does it define? “…a relative commonality of outlooks and values that television tends to cultivate in viewers…the sharing of that commonality among heavy viewers in those demographic groups whose light viewers hold divergent positions…differences deriving from other factors and social forces - differences that may appear in the responses of light viewers in various groups - may be diminished or even absent when the heavy viewers in these same groups are compared. Overall, television viewing appears to signal a
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course COMM 371 taught by Professor Scannell during the Fall '08 term at University of Michigan.

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Final Exam Jeopardy - Comm 371 Media Culture Society Fall 2010 Round 1 The Basics You Better Know These Terms Arguments Authors Themes from Day 1

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