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ARTS1090 Course Notes

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COMPLETE SET OF NOTES BASED ON READINGS AND LECTURE MATERIALS. CAN BE USED FOR THE FINAL EXAM AND FOR ASSESSMENTS.

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Science and technology Science and technology studies Knowledge Culture Marxist theory Technological change Media studies Philosophy of technology Mediation Social media Émile Durkheim Media ecology
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• We have a whole set of cultural rituals surrounding media in our everyday lives. • We feel an obligation e.g. checking social media when you wake up in order to not feel left out. This can also be seen in ‘Dial M for Murder’ (1993) where the women feels so obliged that she gets out of bed during the night to answer the landline. • Rituals happen at all levels of the media e.g. broadcast television is highly structured and remains the same for 30-40 years. In parallel, journalisms look for similar stories everyday. • The media reflects our own social values and we are active in its process. e.g. the Paris attacks reflected our values as opposed to Syria – not all lives are equal. • By performing rituals, we are committing to a community; saying this is where we belong, the values we are committed...
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