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1,000 word essay about the reading

Basic organization strategies for a summary-response paper Strategy No. 1 = Summary of author's key point A, your response to key point A, etc. I. Introduction Clear and focused main claim WITH an ESSAY MAP. For example "Anderson is correct in arguing that the rise of print was crucual to the rise of the nation state. Print allows people in areas far away from one another, thousands of miles even, to collectively produce, and consume, a national historical culture across large distances. It therefore creates the opportunity for the construction of a national consciousness, culture, politics and ideology. In this paper, I will contend point A, then contend point B, and finally contend C. Ultimately, I conclude that Anderson's notion of "(national) imagined community" is still very relevant today. II. Body section of paper A. S&R - Crucial role print media play in creating national consciousness - What Anderson says - What I think about what Anderson says AND why I think this - Specific support : 1) textual examples of Anderson's good argument; 2) 9-11 and American vs. French media coverage - Why what I think matters B. S&R - Simultaneity - What Anderson says -What I think AND why I think this - Specific support: textual examples of Anderson's good argument; 9-11 and simultaneity - Why what I think matters C. S&R - The ideological nature of the modern nation-state - What Anderson says - What I think about what Anderson says AND why I think this - Specific support: 1) textual examples of Anderson making good argument; 2) modern day examples: "United we stand: "Love it or leave it," etc. - Why what I think matters III. Conclusion - BRIEF summary of YOUR argument: "In this paper, I argued A, B, C and concluded A, B and C" - What I find in my analysis matters for reason A, B and C. 1 Readings: Media technologies and society - READ FIRST McLuhan, M. (1967). "The medium is the message" (pp. 19-35) - READ SECOND Winston, B. (1995). "How are media born and developed" (pp. 54-74) 2 Readings: From the telegraph to the internet Readings for The telegraph: From consolidation of the nation-state to globalization and (national) control of the (global) network. -What is Code - Paul Ford, Bloomberg (2015) - Communication in History: Introduction to "Electricity Creates Wired World" section. - Communication in History: Headrick, D. "The optical telegraph." - Pike & Winseck, "The politics of global media reform, 1907-1923," Media, Cult. & Society Readings for The internet as modern telegraph: The nation-state and (national) control of the "new" global network, e.g. the internet - Moyer, E. (2016). "U.S. hands internet control to ICANN." (CNET.Com). (Links to an external site.) - Nye, J. (2016). "Who owns the internet? Who should control it?" (World Economic Forum). (Links to an external site.) - "What does ICANN do?" (2017). (Links to an external site.) - Payton, T. (2016). Changing who controls ICANN jeopardizes our presidential election. (TheHill.Com) (Links to an external site.) - Grabowsi, M. (2016). "Giving away control of internet is risky for U.S." San Diego Union Tribune (Links to an external site.) 3 Readings - Regulation & Today's Internet -Reading: Comm. in History: Abbate, J. “Popularizing the Internet.” - Richardson, R. (2017). "Net neutrality repeal is only part of Trump's surrender to corporate media." (Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) ). (Links to an external site.) - Thompson, B. (2017). "Pro-Net Neutrality, anti-Title II." Stratechery.Com. (Links to an external site.) - Brangham, W. (2017). "FCC Chair Ajit Pai explains why he wants to scrap net neutrality." ( (Links to an external site.) - "Read FCC Chair Ajit Pai's statement on killing net neutrality." (2017). (TheVerge.Com). (Links to an external site.) - "Read the dissenting statements of the Democratic FCC commissioners slamming net neutrality repeal." (2017). (TheVerge.Com). (Links to an external site.) (Inter)national identity and media and communication technologies: From the origin of print to the Internet - Sutcliffe, C. (2016). "Censorship and VPNs: How real-world borders change the way we use the internet." (TheMediaBriefing.Com). (Links to an external site.) - Yu, P. (2017). "A seamless global digital marketplace of entertainment content." Research handbook on intellectual property in media and entertainment. (Canvas - Readings). 2017-seamless-global-content-deliver 4 Readings - Telephony and Wireless Communication Readings for ==> Telephony: From the wireline to the wire-less and the phone's impact on social and psychological behavior and health - Comm. in History: Fischer, C. "The telephone takes command". - Humphreys, L. (2005). "Cellphones in public: Social interactions in a wireless era," NM&S (pp. 810-829) - "Phone use in social gatherings." (2015). Pew Research Center: Internet & Technology. (Links to an external site.) - Twenge, J. (2017). "Have smartphones destroyed a generation?" (The Atlantic). ( 5 Readings - Social Impact of Photography & Film Part 1 ==> Photography & the (still) image: Appropriating reality through the photograph? - Comm. in History: Introduction to "Image technologies and the emergence of mass society" section. - Comm. in History: Sontag, S. "On photography". - Wikipedia: Photography, read entries 2-2.7, history of photo to commercial photo, ( (Links to an external site.)) - de Castella, T. (2012). "Five ways the digital camera changed us." (BBC.Com). (Links to an external site.) - Lavadrine, B. (2017). "Photography and its preservation." (HAL-Archives). (Links to an external site.) Part 2 ==> Photography, film & video: Death of the Hollywood star system? - Comm. in History. Fowles, J. "Mass media and the star system" (pp. 175-182). - Boorstin, J. (2003). "Disney's 'tween machine." (Fortune.Com) - Child, B. (2016). "Is Disney dismantling Hollywood's star system?" (TheGuardian.Com) (

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Due on: April 26, 2020 00:00

Posted: 12 months ago.

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