Week 11,  April 3-7, 2017
CDAE 195 Propaganda, Media Ownership, and Citizen Responsibility
CRN 14637, Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Morrill Room 10

Check-In: Attendance, Questions?



Wild Child

CASE STUDY:  United States of Secrets PBS Frontline, Finish.  Coming up: REFLECTION PAPER: Write a two to four page reflection paper on United States of Secrets.  Include:
-Description of the content of the video.
-Describe the conflict between the Media and the Executive Branch (President) of the US Government.
-How does this relate to the Ten Elements of Journalism?
-Your reaction:
       - How much did you know about this topic before viewing the video?
       - Where do you find yourself on the continuum of Privacy and Personal Liberty to Complete Digital Survelliance by the Government?
Paper must be printed, double spaced, page numbers, & stapled.  DUE DATE: Friday April 7.  Due on paper at the beginning of lab.  If late -10% first week, -20% second week, No credit after the second week.

Coming up: Case Study of Media Propaganda (10%) Schedule HERE
Students will present a case study of a media propaganda situation.
-Define the propaganda situation (what, where, when, who, how, & questions)
-Tell an interesting story about the propaganda situation.
-Explain what propaganda techniques were used by whom.
-Explain who was the target audience.
-Was the propaganda campaign successful?  If so why, if not, why not?
Please create a handout for the audience (can be a web page online, or a paper handout).
Please assign readings or viewings (ex. YouTubes) AHEAD!.
Present your case study in an 5-8 minute informational talk to our class.  Use the feedback you received for the last presentation to improve this coming presentation.

Last Year's Schedule of presenters and topics
Propaganda Case Study Critique Sheet

Lie spotting TED Talk by Pamela Meyer

Glen Greenwald TED Talk on the importance of Privacy

Ed Snowdon talks via Bot from Russia TED

John Oliver Government Surveillance. 

North Korea Propaganda