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Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
Media Life Course Introduction
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Media Life is a course intended for undergraduate students across campus. Its goal is to make people aware of the role that media play in their everyday life. The key to understanding a "media life" …

Media Life is a course intended for undergraduate students across campus. Its goal is to make people aware of the role that media play in their everyday life. The key to understanding a "media life" is to see our lives not as lived WITH media (which would lead to a focus on media effects and media-centric theories of society), but rather IN media (where the distinction between what we do with and without media dissolves).

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  • twitter.com/t101medialife
  • Get up and leave
  • Technomyopia describes the way people usually react to new technology. The theory states that in evaluating new technology, people tend to overestimate the short term impact of the technology whilst simultaneously underestimating the long term potential.
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  • Technomyopia describes the way people usually react to new technology. The theory states that in evaluating new technology, people tend to overestimate the short term impact of the technology whilst simultaneously underestimating the long term potential.
  • Technomyopia describes the way people usually react to new technology. The theory states that in evaluating new technology, people tend to overestimate the short term impact of the technology whilst simultaneously underestimating the long term potential.
  • Technomyopia describes the way people usually react to new technology. The theory states that in evaluating new technology, people tend to overestimate the short term impact of the technology whilst simultaneously underestimating the long term potential.
  • Technomyopia describes the way people usually react to new technology. The theory states that in evaluating new technology, people tend to overestimate the short term impact of the technology whilst simultaneously underestimating the long term potential.
  • Technomyopia describes the way people usually react to new technology. The theory states that in evaluating new technology, people tend to overestimate the short term impact of the technology whilst simultaneously underestimating the long term potential.
  • Technomyopia describes the way people usually react to new technology. The theory states that in evaluating new technology, people tend to overestimate the short term impact of the technology whilst simultaneously underestimating the long term potential.
  • Technomyopia describes the way people usually react to new technology. The theory states that in evaluating new technology, people tend to overestimate the short term impact of the technology whilst simultaneously underestimating the long term potential.
  • Technomyopia describes the way people usually react to new technology. The theory states that in evaluating new technology, people tend to overestimate the short term impact of the technology whilst simultaneously underestimating the long term potential.
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  • From a 2003 study, we can see that only does the average American (regardless of age, class or gender) spend about 11 hours PER DAY using media - but he or she also does not realize nor remember their media use most of the time. in the twenty-first century, we navigate through a vast mass media environment unprecedented in human history. Yet our intimate familiarity with the media often allows us to take them for granted. Media use has become: automatic.
  • From a 2003 study, we can see that only does the average American (regardless of age, class or gender) spend about 11 hours PER DAY using media - but he or she also does not realize nor remember their media use most of the time. in the twenty-first century, we navigate through a vast mass media environment unprecedented in human history. Yet our intimate familiarity with the media often allows us to take them for granted. Media use has become: automatic.
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    • 1. t101 media life facebook.com/t101medialife youtube.com/t101medialife twitter.com/t101medialife
    • 2. twitter.com/t101medialife
    • 3. T101 rules and policies
    • 4.  
    • 5. laptops/smartphones in the classroom
    • 6. student athletics
    • 7. religious observances
    • 8. for everything else.
    • 9. key concepts pretty pictures media life lectures youtube videos
    • 10. some words of warning…
    • 11. media… make everything better?
    • 12.  
    • 13. media… make everything worse?
    • 14.  
    • 15. beware of technomyopia
    • 16. beware of technomyopia
    • 17. beware of technomyopia
    • 18. beware of technomyopia
    • 19. beware of technomyopia
    • 20. beware of technomyopia
    • 21. beware of technomyopia
    • 22. beware of technomyopia
    • 23.  
    • 24.  
    • 25. media: epic transformations!
    • 26. media: nothing really changes…
    • 27.  
    • 28. <ul><li>MEDIA EVOLVE </li></ul>
    • 29. media evolution: whatever it is, it is accelerating
    • 30. media multitasking versus concurrent media exposure
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    • 36. SOCIETY TECHNOLOGY
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    • 40. t101 media life facebook.com/t101medialife youtube.com/t101medialife twitter.com/t101medialife

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