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The Chinese University of Hong Kong
The origin of communication and how it gradually developed as a medium to spread messages to massive audience, from the invention of writing and printing to the modern era of cinema and photo journalism.
40% Tutorials and group presentation
- 5% for attendance and participation
- 15% for group presentation
- 20% of group written report
60% Final Exam
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no ppt, only reading, not clear and boring
first short paper 15%
second short paper 25%
30%group project and presen
history of mass communication
20%presentation on video/magazine
10%attendance of tutorials
out of topic
20%mid paper 20%final paper 30%quiz 20％presentation
2 essay n 1 grp project
Mass Communication theory
invention of radio
1 group project
communication compulsory course
Tutorial Attendance and Participation 15%
Tutorial Presentation 15%
In-Class Assignments 10%
Group Project and Presentation 30%
Two Short Essays 30% (15% each)
Theories of mass communication. Introduce the relations between cultural development and the influences of mass media. Course content is interesting for students who are interested in cultural development.
Mostly assignments, in-class assignments and tutorial.
This course examines the development of mass communication in different social and historical contexts. Emphasis will be placed on analyses of the roles, functions, and impact of some major mass media (such as print, broadcast, TV, film, advertising/public relations and new media) in various societies like Hong Kong, China and other parts of the world from a developmental perspective. The purpose is to help students gain a sense of the origins and modern day practices of the mass media.
兩份short paper，加一個final quiz（無mid-term）
history of the development of mass comm.
boring. always off topics
20% & 30% papers
Literally the development of mass media. Lots of history and readings about foreign countries. It talks abt things like how telegraphs and television changes in the contemporary era. Quite boring to be honest.
20% participation, 15% book review, 25% paper, 40% quiz
Development of mass media
20% First Short Paper
30% Second Short Paper
History of Communication tech
Term paper and tutorial participation and presentation
basic background of history of media
In class assignment
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