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Latina Identity: Becoming
Different, Doing Difference,
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RAP, ROCK AND CENSORSHIP:
Popular Culture and the Technologies of Justice
A previous version of this paper was presented at the annual meeting of the L
Workshop 4 Activity: Media Literacy
Group Member Names:
Choose one advertisement to analyze using the checklist below.
This ad is designed to (select all that apply):
Inform Entertain Persuade
2. What does the ad say explicitly?
3. What does the ad im
CMNS 315 Autumn 2016
Please reference the workshop instructions provided on d2l.
In preparation for the workshop meeting on October 4th, write a brief description of a time you
recently interacted with a health care
WORKSHOP GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Every workshop, whether fully in-class or involving a workshop paper is based on questions and
activities designed to (1) help you link theory to practice through experience, and (
CMNS 315: Professor Baggett
Synthesis Paper Instructions
At the beginning of the class period (8:00 A.M.) during the date of which the readings are due.
Submit papers via the d2l Dropbox. Please reference the syllabus for specific dates.
Workshop 5: Health Promotion
Group Member Names: _
The purpose of this workshop is to design a health promotion campaign for DePaul University students (note:
you can further define your target audience). In groups of 5-7, download the word
Activity: In preparation for the workshop, search the Internet (or magazines or
newspapers) for pharmaceutical advertisements and information about either an over-the-counter
or a prescription medication (do not include nutrition
E-Health (and M-Health)
Activity: In preparation for the workshop meeting, write a 1 2 page review of one of the
following e-health or m-health technologies. Click on the link provided for preliminary
information; you may wish to do a little mo
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Worksheet 1: Math review and 1D motion
1 Sig Figs and Scientic Notation
1.1 How many signicant gures does each of the following numbers have?
a. 6.21 3 e. 0.062 2' 1. 1.062 H
b. 62.1 _gm f. 0.620_ j. 6.21 x 103 3
c. 6210 3 g. 0.62 _. rZ
Communication as a fifth element of life
Communication of any type or form as an integral component of peoples everyday lives is a
very sophisticated but interesting process to look at. Interactions between multiple people,
Conflict: an interaction between two or more interdependent people
perceive they have contradictory goals or scarce resource
Conflict Management: the way we engage in conflict and address
disagreements with our relational partne
MIDTERM REVIEW GUIDE
Communication: The process of creating shared meaning.
Feedback: The response to a given communication.
Interpersonal Communication: Communication between two or few people.
Encoding: Transforming ideas into an underst
Language in Context
o Have a variety of speech repertoires
Language builds on context
o Adjust language to a situation
Language determines context
o Choose formal/informal language
o Where the language is happening
o Code swi
Homework Notes Chapter 1
Culture: The way of life of a group of people, including symbols, values, behaviors, artifacts,
and other shared aspects.
Culture continually evolves as people share messages, and is the result of struggle
between different group
Final Exam Notes
Ch. 1- Mass Communication, Culture, and Media Literacy
Culture is taught through media:
Culture is the learned behavior of members of a given social group (Baran 9), in other words people are what they
learn. In this despondent definition
Chapter 9 Homework
Group: A collection of more than two people who share some kind of relationship, communicate
is an interdependent fashion, and collaborate toward some shared purpose.
Primary Groups: A long-lasting group that forms around the relationsh
Chapter 6 Homework Notes
1. Timeline of Events
1720s: Early efforts using chemical salts to capture temporary photographic images 1793: Niepce begins
experimenting with methods to set optical images 1816: Niepce develops photography 1839: Daguerreotype
Chapter 7 Homework Notes
Interpersonal Relationship: The interconnections and interdependence between
Interpersonal Communication: The exchange of verbal and nonverbal messages
between people who build relationships, share meanings, and acco
Chapter 7 Homework Notes
1. Timeline of Events for Radio and Recording:
1844: Samuel Morses Telegraph 1860: Scotts Phonautograph 1876: Alexander Graham Bells Telephone
1877: Edison Patents talking machine 1896: Marconi sends wireless signal over 2 miles
September - October 2016
Communication: The transmission of a message from a source to a receiver.
Mass Communication: The process of creating shared meaning between the mass media and
Mass Medium (Media): E
24 October 2016
Public Relations in Everyday Life
Clubs that are part of a university or high school practice a very simple method to attract
new members. Free food. If you want to get more specific, free pizza. Peopl
Intro to Human Com.
January 25, 2017
A Study in New Girl
Introduction to New Girl
New Girl is a show that follows the lives of 4 roommates, 3 men (Nick, Schmitt, and
Winston) and a woman, Jess, and the shenanigans
I am studying lunch choices.
Suppose John is opening a p