PASS MOCK EXAM FOR PRACTICE ONLY
Course: COMM1101: Introduction to Communication Studies
Facilitator: Jonathan Duncan
Date and location of mock exam take-up:
Monday, October 15th, 10:30-11:30 Loeb A602
Tuesday, October 16th, 11:30-12:30 Dunton 702
Comm 1101 lecture 12
The Canadians conspiracy
- Canada is stereotypically portrayed
- many Canadian talents are in the US
- Lyon Mackenzie king was pissed off at the US for mocking their culture and
What is cultural policy?
- How it's defined
Comm 1101 lecture 11
- propaganda, a moral abomination
- speaking against the propaganda of one nation will deem you a traitor to that country
- persuasion and why it's considered a problem
- how democracy works and ties with propaganda
- violation was th
Comm 1101 lecture 10
- American government portraying agriculture and compare it to how it can help beat the
- Socrates wanted to get rid of people who spoke in rhetorical and poets so they don't
pass down the rhetorical teachings
- he di
Comm 1101 lecture 13
Indigenous mediums and stories.
- Literacy rate went up in the north because of this small called Dime Novels
- American Indian violence and pacification
- sitting bull and buffalo bill, picture was taken in Montreal in 1885
Comm 1101 lecture 14
Media concentration in Canada.
Where do theses texts come from?
How does this structure the media environment?
What shapes the media culture
We need to study media from an Economic angle
The infrastructure of media and we now view it
Comm 1101 lecture 17
Henry Jenkins vs. Nicholas Carr.
Henry Jenkins deals with more theory of media
Looking at audience uses and participating in groups of media.
Hacking began in the 1950s and 1960s
He'd study Star Trek, fan growth,
Comm 1101 lecture 16
1.Organization (production and admin)
2.Economics (sources of revenues)
3.Content ( in relation to status quo)
Pre internet and post digital context.
Having internet has changed the world in many ways.
Comm 1101 lecture 15
9/11 and the idea of fighting terrorism.
-Terrorist are portrayed as Arabs with beards or portrayed as Muslims.
-Our perception of terrorist change over the decades. First it was the Nazi, the militia,
and now al Q
Comm 1101 lecture 6:
Components of presentation:
-People in our contemporary try to grab our attention
-We have to understand what we can do in the world
-A good presentation Socrates should have an introduction. Points and thesis, what
are you -
Comm 1101 lecture 4:
-Symbolism of animals have changed throughout time
-animals are media, they are on everything
- Marshall McLuhan 'the medium is the message' theory. A new edit always re-purposes
- the brain is flexible and can be changed throu
Comm 1101 lecture 9
what is propaganda?
What does it do to us?
Is propaganda a bad thing?
Is it a good thing and achieve good aims?
Is propaganda morally good?
Can we distinguish propaganda from other persuasion media?
Nazi used propaganda to
Intro to Media Studies
Dr Emily Truman
Emly is a feminsit, did her PhD on a series of images connected to american politics.
In her slide show she presented the following images:
How Antoineete to see how it was used in Oba
A key component of contemporary globalization is the idea that people, things, and ideas are
now more _ than ever before.
Time-space compression refers to the idea that:
a) We can do things fas
COMM1101A Winter Reading Quizzes
Quiz 1 Communication & Controversy
1. Electronic aggression, as defined by the Centers for Disease Control, is more
commonly known as
2. Pornography is a legally protected fo
Introduction to Communication
Benjamin Woo Prof
Easy but interesting stuff!
Compare social organization
Transition from Traditional to Mod
Review from last week
Intro to Business
Planning, Leading, Organizing and Controlling - broad overview
Top Managers, Middle Managers, Front line Managers, Team Leaders
MDST 1010 - Dr Emily Truman
What is Media Studies?
To gain basic understanding of what comprises media studies
working definitions, but need foundation of what were studying
consider what media is
Communication technologies (plural)
Dr Emily Truman
Media Theories: Historical contexts
Reading for the week is on DesireToLearn page; just for those without book
Lecture notes will always be available upon the slide show
Newspaper articles will be posted this afternoon. Choose on
Review the category of interwar media theory
o Variation of thinking within that time period
o This week, looking at postwar media theory; skiping period over WWII.
Investigate the category of postware media thery
o Built on theories already
MDST 1010 Theoretical Approaches
Readomg = basic intro
o Lecture emphasises important stuff, not every tiny detail
o Exam eill only question something we reviewed in class
o Get brief intro to something quite difficult
MDST lecture 8
Summary of Monday:
What is monopoly ownership /2
a. Monopoly ownership is that our media as Canadians, are only owned by a
handful of companies, 11, and are thus controlled by a handful of people.
b. These media are large
Why are these ideas important, like Marxist theory?
Consider importance of ownership and control
Examine Political Economy theory
Look at examples of ownership patterns in media
- Marxism: The Basics - (midterm)
What is a Marxism?
o A theory about how so
Comm 1101 lecture 5:
- first sign if computers were telephones
- no one knows the evolution of the computer and ,any can't conceive how it happened
- people have hacked the phone network
- the computer is one of the greatest flattened that gave everyone n
Comm 1101 lecture 8
Internet and internal thinking:
- internet have us more of an abstract mind
- peoples perception of time was a naturals flow
- you begin to think In scientific ways
- printing press made booms more popular
- books made people more of a
Comm 1101 Lecture 7
- the cloud as pushed us to many new plateaus in technology
- Google as surfaced to be one of big faces moving us forward in technology
- IBM is well known for conformation
- we have moved on to the PC world
- Apple made one of
TA: Daniel Kosir
October 20, 2011
Metzl believes that the information intervention unit is needed because there
needs to be alternatives to armed interventions when foreign media is the prob
DEALING WITH GOOGLE AND
BY: JONATHAN REED
DATE: November 24, 2011
TA: DANIEL KOSIR
All businesses should realize that there is going to be a fundamental shift in the
nature of computing. You really need to start planning and experiment
Communications Lecture 9
November 15, 2011
What do we know about Google?
They took their money and made a copy of the internet (buying servers)
to organize the worlds information and make it universally accessible and us