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Welcome to M-STO/04 Trimester III 2006

MEETS: April 19 – June 28, Tuesdays & Wednesdays 9 – 10:45 a.m.

INSTRUCTOR: Kevin G. Barnhurst, Ph.D., Professor & Head, Department of Communication, University of Illinois at Chicago

OFFICE HOURS: Tuesdays 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., and by appointment.

E-MAIL: kgbcomm@uic.edu

SYLLABUS

 

OUTLINE

 

Chapter 1 (part 1)

The newspaper is a very important instrument of communication not only in the United states but also Italy.It is the oldest and best understood mass medium, subject of many histories, scholarly treatments, political and scientific debates, analysis.

My question is -

Medium means something that connects things among them, so a newspaper puts together sources of news with readers, in other words it transfers news and imagines to the readers.

 

Chapter 1 (part 2)

 

Chapter 1 (part 3)

 

Chapter 1 (part 4)

 

Chapter 1 (part 5)

 

Chapter 4 (part 1)

 

Chapter 4 (part 2)

 

Chapter 4 (part 3)

 

Chapter 4 (part 4)

 

Chapter 5 (part 1)

 

Chapter 5 (part 2)

 

Chapter 5 (part 3)

 

Chapter 5 (part 4)

 

Chapter 5 (part 5)

 

 

LINKS

TO UNDERSTAND WIKIS

 

 

 

 

TO USE THE WIKI FOR THE COURSE

  • The navigation column on the left contains links to the SYLLABUS and the OUTLINE, which contains a tentative calendar with assignment deadlines.

 

  • The Chapter links contain the texts of the assigned readings from the book, so that you can work on translating terms, commenting, posing questions, and whatever else you want to include as you study each chapter.

 

  • There are DISCUSSION spaces available from the link above. Use these spaces to carry on discussions about the course and to organize your work with other students.

 

  • You may add links to the LINKS page linked on the left. Use this space to share other web sites that you find helpful either for wiki work or for understanding the book chapters, the main topics, and the generaly theories and concepts in the seminar.

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