0120 - Introductory survey Totally anonymous JOURNALISM 405...

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0120 PowerPoint 1 JOURNALISM 405 History of American Journalism January 20, 2011 Introductory survey • Totally anonymous •DO NOT fill in your name, Network ID or student number. • Non-numbered questions require you to write in an answer. Syllabus • Available on Compass • Syllabus updates will be posted on Compass instead of being handed out. The date is in lower right corner. • REMEMBER: Compass system maintenance is scheduled from 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. Wednesdays. The earliest ‘news’ • Passed on through oral culture. – Stories passed on
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0120 PowerPoint 2 The printed word before the printing press • Relied on scribes to individually write out every book. – Painstaking, time-consuming work – Prone to mistakes – Almost always monks – Almost exclusively controlled by the church The printed word for a privileged few • This left the printed word in the hands of a very privileged elite. – The church
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