• Popular Culture and Communication Notes
    CMN 2180 Sept 12 2013 Business Model 1. Aggregate Audiences -> to hold them captive during advertisements Crude in the 60-70s because there were only 3 networks, and thus large audiences 2. Segmentation -> refinement in the business model Advertisers could separate groups based on...
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  • Youth Culture
    Section 1:Youth Culture and Sub-cultures Youth defined as a separate social category from children and adults only became the subject of sociological and media interest in the 1950s. Early theories focused on the concept of youth culture, i.e. the idea that young people in general...
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  • Consumer Behavior and Culture: Consequences for Global Marketing and Advertising, Marieke de Mooij
     Is consumer behavior diverging rather than converging? Many would say that because of globalization, the income, media and technology would suggest that consumer’s needs, taste, lifestyles and wants have become homogeneous, giving special emphasis on technology and...
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  • modern science
    Science, Technology and Medicine in Colonial India Interest in the science, technology and medicine of India under British rule has grown in recent years and has played an ever-increasing part in the reinterpretation of modern South Asian history. Spanning the period from the...
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  • Modern Myth
    A letter to my Son My Dearest son, Tristan, As you are growing older, I have noticed your fascination with superheroes and their role in the world today. As you begin your own adventures and explorations, I felt that it would be necessary for you to understand the path of heroism and the theory d...
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  • Modern China
    Day 1 Notes Manchu conquest of China When it comes to the Ching Dynasty, people assimilate the rise and fall doctrine to it Unique dynasty because it wasn’t as ethnically Chinese. As a result, the dynasty they came up with was not a repeat of other Chinese dynasties. Should be thought of as a...
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  • Transformations of Language in Modern Dystopias
    Transformations of Language in Modern Dystopias David W. Sisk Contributions to the Study of Science Fiction and Fantasy, Number 75 Donald Palumbo, Series Adviser GREENWOOD PRESS Westport, Connecticut • London -iii- Library of Congress Cataloging-in-PublicationData Sisk David W., 1963- Tra...
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  • Lesson: Modern Japan
    Unit: 1450 – 1750 Lesson: Modern Japan Core Content: SS-HS-1.1.1 Students will compare and contrast (purposes, sources of power) various forms of government in the world (e.g., monarchy, democracy, republic, dictatorship) and evaluate how effective they have been in establishing order, prov...
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  • Nigerian People and Culture
    COURSE GUIDE GST 201 COURSE GUIDE GST 201 NIGERIAN PEOPLES AND CULTURE Course Developer/ Writer Dr. Cyrille D. Ngamen Kouassi Department of Sociology/Anthropology Igbinedion University, Okada Benin-City Course Editor Prof. Bertram A. Okolo Faculty of Arts University of Benin Benin-City Progra...
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  • Modern History Notes
    Modern Essay Plans To what extent can Nazism in power be seen as totalitarianism in the period 1933-1939? Introduction • Within a year Hitler coming into power 1933 German democracy no longer existed and Germany had a ruthless dictatorship • Totalitarianism is defined as a system of...
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  • Italian Culture
    The Clash of Languages in the Italian-Canadian Novel By Licia Canton In recent years, ethnic minority writing has played a major Pole in shedding light on the complexity of the Canadian identity. Italian-Canadians figure among the numerous communities active on the Canadian literary sce...
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  • Living in Unexpected and Risky Modern Society
    Topic 1 1. The word risk derives from the early Italian Risicare. To dare. In this sense, risk is a choice rather than a fate. 2. Theroy of probability is the mathematical heart of the concept of risk. 3. Understanding of risk enables us to make decisions in a rational mode. 4. Ove...
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  • Mathew Arnold "Culture and Anarchy"
    Culture and Anarchy by Matthew Arnold Part 1 out of 4 • FullBooks.com homepage • Index of Culture and Anarchy • Next part (2) This etext was produced by Alfred J. Drake, Ph.D. CULTURE AND ANARCHY: AN ESSAY IN POLITICAL AND SOCIAL CRITICISM 1869, FIRST EDITION...
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  • British Politics and Culture Since 1945
    British Culture and Politics Introduction January 15, 2013 1. Where are you? * The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 2. How did this particular title come about? * United is a bit of a misnomer * Part wants to break away * GREAT Britain * â...
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  • Food and Its Place in Singapore's Tourism, Culture & Society
    Define culture and tourism; explain how culture and tourism interact using Singapore as an example of how government leverage on culture to develop and promote tourism*; highlight the key areas which are attractive to tourists – 6 marks; 1.1 Definition of Culture As defined by UNESCO, 1982, cu...
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  • Us History, the Modern Period
    US History: The Modern Period The South and West (1877-1890’s) - Development and race Post-Civil War South- Agrarian society, trying to work to re-make itself. Contrast to old south, addressing regional shortcomings. Attempting to catch up with the North, using a two pronged approach (Industry...
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  • Indian Culture
    INDIAN CULTURE Pinnacle of Human Civilization PREFACE Dr. Pranav Pandya which make divine culture I ndian culture happens to be the rather than boon. We start getting lost in our journey of this birth due to being entangled in the web of the modern world. This is what is happeni...
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  • Culture in the 19th century
    EVOLUTION OF THE WORD “CULTURE” IN 19TH CENTURY EUROPE Throughout the ages, the word ‘culture’ has often had different meanings. For this assignment, I would like to focus on the evolution of the definition of ‘culture’ in 19th century Europe. I will give a brief description and timeline...
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  • Aet and Culture of India
    MODULE - I Culture: An Introduction Understanding Culture Notes 1 CULTURE: AN INTRODUCTION T he English word ‘Culture’ is derived from the Latin term ‘cult or cultus’ meaning tilling, or cultivating or refining and worship. In sum it means cultivating and refining a...
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  • Korean culture
    Name: Allen Professor: Ben Linzer Date: 10/1/14 Topic: Korean’s family life 1. Introduction a. Family relationship b. Marriage c. Education 1. Family relationship Traditionally, Koreans are proud of their good...
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