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Carzilla EWK

Garfield Vocab

media different ways people communicate with others, such as newspapers, TV, radio,& internet
authorship the origin of a piece of work; usually the person or people who construct it
format the way a communication is presented; each type has a unique set of creative tools & techniques to help form the message
audience the people who receive a communication; different people understand the message in different ways
content a message or messages in a particular c communication; some of these are embedded values and ideas
purpose the reason a communication is made; might be informing, persuading, selling, values and ideas
influence to cause someone to believe or feel something
construct deliberately
deconstruct deliberately
embedded assumptions
Created by: mrspowell2