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The Communication Age

Author : Autumn Edwards
ISBN : 9781412977593
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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We are “The Communication Age: Connecting and Engaging.” No matter who you are or how you communicate—from baby boomers to millenials, born digital or getting there—we are all members of a society who connect through the internet, not just to it. From face-to-face to facebook, this book by Autumn Edwards, Chad Edwards, Shawn T. Wahl, and Scott A. Myers invites you to join the conversation about today’s issues and have your voice heard.

The Communication Age Interactive Ebook

Author : Autumn Edwards
ISBN : 1506337953
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Author : Autumn Edwards
ISBN : 1544320981
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Connections For The Digital Age

Author : E. Bryan Carne
ISBN : 9781118104545
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Explores and analyzes past and current technologies and trendsin multimedia communication Digital natives—those persons born in the digitalage—have an ever-widening range of wireless-enabled devicesat their disposal. They are the drivers of multimediacommunications, continually seeking out the technologies anddistribution channels that best match their needs. This bookoutlines the changes in telecommunications that are occurring tomeet these needs. It addresses the continually increasingrequirement to provide connections that make the electronicencounter as natural and convenient as possible, exploring the vastassortment of devices that exist as part of everyday living fordigital natives. Featuring precise diagrams and tables to illustrate the evolvingenvironment, the book begins by describing the competitiveinteractions of telephone, cable TV, and cellular mobile companiesin providing services and content. It outlines the creation ofdigital multimedia streams and how they are transported, explainswhat multimedia connections are available, and summarizes theactivities of competitors while providing an overview of theirmarkets and customer statistics. This book uniquely covers wireline, optical fiber, cable, andwireless access methods, explaining the coding required to createdigital streams. It combines ethernet with provider bridging andmulti-protocol label switching and highlights the necessity toserve legacy streams. In addition, the book addresses controversialissue: will incumbent communications providers ever overtakeInternet as the chief source of digital feeds and popularcontents? Featuring extensive references and a glossary of multimediaterms, Connections for the Digital Age is written fordigital natives and other persons with an interest in multimediacommunications; industrial, commercial, and financial managers;engineers; software professionals and Internet specialists; andstudents at technical schools and universities.

Engaging The Electorate In An Electronic Age Surveying Citizens Use Of Digital Newspapers During A Presidential Election

Author : Ann E. Williams
ISBN : UOM:39015082530042
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Higher Education In The Information Age

Author : Everette Eugene Dennis
ISBN : 1412825105
Genre : Education
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College and university education has long been a material and intellectual luxury in American life. Fewer than 38 percent of Americans have ever attended college, and only about half that number hold bachelor's degrees. While post-World War Two legislation greatly democratized higher education, the editors of this volume contend that the system has never been a public stewardship. Many universities are devoted to private sector research rather than public learning, to productivity rather than democratic discourse, and because of diminished financial opportunities, increasingly exclude poor, working and lower middle class students, many of them people of color. The contributors to this volume recognize that the American system of higher education is the most open and egalitarian in the world. Largely for this reason, it is the only American institution which today enjoys a positive balance of trade. Many more foreign students come to study at American universities than do Americans go to study abroad. The study of higher education in an information age means examining higher education. The place of economics in decision-making is as a vehicle for social mobility. The volume covers a myriad of themes: the role of media ranking universities, and their contribution to low expectations of universities; the disjunction between massive support for college and university sports events and the intellectual and presumed academic missions of these institutions of higher learning; and boosterism as a general phenomenon in funding. Yet, editors and contributors alike emphasize new currents in the educational agenda. The essays cover efforts to close the gap between the mutual recriminations of universities and media leaders. The theme of this volume is that there is a crisis in higher education and a crisis hi knowledge--who produces it, controls it, uses it, and benefits by it. Properly understood, the issues common to both higher education and the media have profound implications for public life. This volume is critical of current practices, but also mindful that the university remains a place in which civil forms of discourse are central, and hence of great potential benefit to the dissemination of information and ideas as such. It will be of interest to professional interested hi communication and education.

Understanding Communication And Aging

Author : Jake Harwood
ISBN : 9781412926096
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Understanding Communication and Aging is the most accessible introductory text in the area of communication and aging. The book examines key topics such as interpersonal and family relationships in old age, media portrayals of aging, cultural variations in intergenerational communication, and health communication in old age. With a lively presentation style, the book presents central research findings in the area while engaging students more broadly in the important questions concerning communication and human aging: Why do some people age more successfully than others? What role does communication play in shaping our attitudes and feelings about getting older? Are there different or better ways in which we could get old? Students will emerge with a greater understanding of communication and aging research, and with a greater interest and sensitivity to the ways in which communication is shaped by, and itself influences, the aging process.


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Mystery And Suspense In Creative Writing

Author : Jacek Dąbała
ISBN : 9783643902078
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Mystery and Suspense in Creative Writing presents a systematic analysis of a very important aspect of writing by integrating it with journalistic, media, and communication studies. The book examines the specific rules for creating intrigue and suspense, and confronts their universal features with selected literary texts. The individual texts emphasize the importance of understanding the emotions through transformation of various archetypes. The rules postulated by creative writing for building drama and tension in such texts often deal with this profound issue. They are thus not an end in themselves, but actually lead to more mature writing. Therefore, they essentially contribute to developing one's creative talent and communication skills. The paradigm of creative writing serves to shape the creativity of students of various disciplines, including not only literary studies and journalism, but also such diverse areas as medicine and information technology. (Series: International Studies in Hermeneutics and Phenomenology - Vol. 7)

Why Social Media Matters

Author : Kitty Porterfield
ISBN : 9781935542988
Genre : Education
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Why is it so critical that school leaders embrace social media? And when you’re ready to start, what’s the best first step? Here’s everything you need to know to begin building a social media platform that nurtures relationships and garners support from your key stakeholders, including step-by-step instructions on how to use three of today’s most popular tools for social media: Twitter, Facebook, and blogs.

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