Mr. T. Theriault

World Issues, Sociology, Media Studies, Digital Productions, and Journalism.

You whole project should revlve around and lead up to the Rite of Passage that you are presenting.

As a basis for this you need to attempt to explain their culture to those who would know nothing about it. You would need to include (Cultural Objectivity) their IDEAL and REAL cultures, their norms (folkways mores, informal and formal norms), values, and language.

Explain WHY this process, event, or rite, means so much to them.

 

Posted: March 15, 2019

DSLR Introduction

(Be creative! How you will all individually show me your understanding of all of these is up to you!)

What is Aperture? What is F-Stop?

What is ISO?

What is a Shutter? What is Shutter Speed?

What is a Megapixel?

What is FPS? When should you use different FPS settings?

Posted: February 28, 2019

Flint & Miramichi Comparison Assignment


Compare the events of the GM closures in Flint, Michigan with the UPM Mill closures in Miramichi. 

Support your comparison using clear examples from the documentary and sources. 



Paper is to be at least 250 words and is to include at least 5 reliable sources.       



(1 source is the film, another is an interview with someone from Miramichi, who was here during the Mill Closure, and has noticed a change in Miramichi. That is 2 of your 5!) 



Please include a one paragraph opinion on how you think this could have prevented or resolved. 

Marks:   Content – 10        Interview – 10        Sources – 5        Opinion – 5                

Value :30

 

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Your questions to consider for your countries of choice:

1) Elections? Does your country hold elections? Why or why not? What do their elections look like?
2) Structure? How is the government structured? Parliamentary? Legislative? Both? Neither?
3) Leadership? What type of leader does the country have? Prime Minister? President? Dictator? How did they come to power?
4) Neighbours? Who are their neighbours? Is their relationship good? Bad? Why?
5) World influence? Is your country a world leader? Do they have influence? How are they seen to the rest of the world?
6) Enemies? Allies? Why? History?
7) Is your country a 1st, 2nd, or 3rd world country? Do they have money? What do they export? Trade?

Pages

Image Galleries

Added: Wed, Dec 2 2015

Videos

Added: Thu, Feb 21 2019
Emile Durkheim
Harriet Martineau
Auguste Comte

Documents

Media Studies Outline and Outcomes
World Issues 2018 Outline and Outcomes
Sociology 2018 Outline and Outcomes
Digital Productions - Film Trailer