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KeywordsEdit

  1. Aesthetics
  2. Affordances
  3. Audience
  4. Aurality
  5. Awareness
  6. Blog
  7. Cartography
  8. Comic
  9. Copyright
  10. Counterculture
  11. Digital Revolution in Design
  12. Documentary
  13. Ethnography
  14. Genre
  15. Geographical rhetoric
  16. Globalization
  17. GIF
  18. Graffiti
  19. Hacktivism
  20. Infotainment
  21. Internet
  22. Kuleshov effect
  23. Language
  24. Social Network (&LinkedIn)
  25. Maps
  26. Media
  27. Media ideology
  28. Microblogging
  29. Multimodality
  30. New media
  31. Nude
  32. Pinterest
  33. Podcast
  34. Publicity
  35. Remediation
  36. Rhetoric of Place
  37. Rhetoric/Rhetorical
  38. Search Engine Optimization SEO
  39. Semiotics
  40. Social media
  41. Sonic rhetoric
  42. Sound engineering
  43. Sound Effects
  44. Sound Shots
  45. Space/Place
  46. Speech
  47. Street Art
  48. Style Guide
  49. Typography
  50. Typeface
  51. Tumblr
  52. Vocal delivery
  53. Web 2.0
  54. Wiki
  55. World wide web
  56. Writing

Readings:Edit

  1. Agaston, "Students' Perspective on Cyber Bullying"
  2. Banksy, Exit Through the Gift Shop
  3. Berger, Ways of Seeing, episode 1
  4. Berger, Ways of Seeing, Part 2
  5. Berger, Ways of Seeing,Part 3
  6. Berger, Ways of Seeing,Part 4
  7. Bielby, “Women and Men in Film” 
  8. Bolter and Grusin, “Immediacy, Hypermediacy, and Remediation
  9. Bomb It
  10. Children of the Iron Snake'
  11. Campbell, "Cyber Bullying: An Old Problem in a New Guise?"
  12. Crogan, "Editing (And) Individuation."
  13. Drucker, “Language in the Landscape
  14. Droney, "The Business of Getting Up"
  15. Ellison and Boyd, “Social Network Sites”
  16. Ferguson, “Everything is a Remix,” Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4
  17. H. Avelos, “The desert of imagination in the city of signs: Cultural implications of sponsored transgression and branded graffiti”
  18. Hampe, “Visual Evidence
  19. Harmon, “You are Here” and “Map as Art
  20. Joemets, "Human Voice"
  21. Los Calles Hablan
  22. Laurier and Brown, “The Reservations of the Editor
  23. Leef; Protess; Brooks, "Crusading Journalism: Changing Public Attitudes and Policy-Making Agendas"
  24. Litt, “The Imagine Audience
  25. LoBrutto, "Invisible" or "Visible" Editing
  26. MacGillivray, Sauceda Curwen "Tagging as a social literacy practice"
  27. Massey, “On Space
  28. Mavriplis et al., "Mind the Gap"
  29. McCloud, “Show and Tell
  30. McCloud, “The Vocabulary of Comics”
  31. McCloud, “Time Frames
  32. McKee, “Sound Matters
  33. Meyrowitz & Maguire, "Media, Place, and Multiculturalism"
  34. Norman, “Psychopathology of Everyday Things
  35. Phua, "Following Celebrities' Tweets About Brands"
  36. Purdy, “When the Tenets of Composition Go Public
  37. Rice, “The Making of Ka-Knowledge”
  38. Rodero, "See It on a Radio Story"
  39. Schmidt, “New Media Writer as Cartographer”
  40. Selections from Joe Austin’s Taking the train : how graffiti art became an urban crisis in New York City
  41. Selfe, “The Movement of Air, The Breath of Meaning
  42. Shipka, “Sound Engineering
  43. Style Wars
  44. Suhr and Willerslev, “Can Film Show the Invisible‌?”
  45. Swanson, “Architecture, Meaning, and Experience”
  46. Urbanbugs'
  47. Wilson-Lundin, “Teaching With Wikis
  48. Wysocki, “The Multiple Media of Texts
  49. Wysocki, “The Sticky Embrace of Beauty"
  50. Watts, "A Teenager’s View on Social Media"

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