Media, Society, & Culture
What is culture? What are social norms?
o Symbols of expression that individuals, groups, and societies use to make
sense of daily life and to articulate their values.
o Social norms *
How is the socialization process self-regu
Exam 2: Study Guide
Media & Politics
What were stump speeches? How did newspapers used to cover politics?
o Stump speeches are political campaign speeches.
o Newspapers used to write transcripts of speeches.
What impact did television
SOC 397: Criminology
Marsha Weissman, Ph.D.
March 20, 2017
David Garland on Mass Incarceration
A rate of imprisonment and a size of prison
population that is markedly above the
historical and comparative no
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What are minerals and rocks
o Three major types
Full cycle does not always take place due to shortcuts or interruption
What surprised me the most about Generation Like was how superficial
this mini documentary makes the current teenaged generation appear. In the
past, teens havent spent hours of their time and efforts on promoting themselves
on social media in the ways po
Powerful & highly visible cluster of new tech, products, & industries, capable of bringing
upheaval in the fabric of economy & propelling long term upsurge of development
Each revolution leads to replacement of 1 set of the by a
Resolved: The US federal government should give reparations to African Americans
Money corrects past harm
Volume of money owed
Ancestors dont benefit
Money benefits future
Collective grief (govt recognize)
Promised them land
The International Center for Transitional Justices writes States have a
legal duty to acknowledge and address widespread or systematic human
rights violations, in cases where the state caused the violations or did not
seriously try to pre
AT/ Energy Independence Protects Against Price Fluctuation
1. Prices are globally determined
Jerry Taylor [CATO Institute], 2001
Jerry Taylor [director of natural resource studies at the Cato Institute]. No Matter What, the Oil Will Flo
1. What u r going to write on the cases. Improve the strategy .
X abusive/ require more work=more evidence
2. Ethical framework (philosopher) prioritize some certain point. = in
context resolution. /how your impact I s more important . - use
1. prep time:
ask your judge if it is ok to use prep time./ look weak, but u can read the
2. cross fire :
ask for evidence = what does your evidence say/ whats the mythology
3. final focus:
point out in the next speech that our opponent drop a q
L AW F O U R:
1996: Internet reaches tipping point 3 years after launch
Transition from analog to digital Convergence of voice, data, &
broadcast New combination of services
Common Carrier Rules
Phone companies required to:
Financial capital is a result of production capital.
While Perez argues that financial and production capital cant survive without each other, I
would argue that financial capital exists because of production capital. The difference is apparent
Perezs assertion that technology is internally compatible and easy to introduce is in
opposition with the entire model of technological revolutions.
Perez argues that new technologies in each technological revolution are born out of the technoeconomic par
The cycle of financial markets is dependent on a network of irrational individuals.
Ive previously argued that things like debt crisis and depression are caused by the greed of the
wealthy, in relation to Technological revolutions. In class that was debun
Displaced network centrality falls in line with the timeline of technological revolutions and
Watts poses the idea that thinking of networks as having a center is detrimental because the center only
emerges as a consequence of the event
1. selective exposure (listener will only hear what confirms their ideas and beliefs about a topic)
2. selective perception (messages have to be accepted. audience may notice one message but
3. selective retention (peopl