Media and Children Communication Toolkit

The Faculty of Communication Sciences is a multidisciplinary environment for teaching and research that combines traditions and expertise from the arts, natural sciences, social sciences and theatre. As such, the Faculty is unique in Finland. The Faculty is made up of the School of Language, Translation and Literary Studies (LTL), the School of Communication, Media and Theatre (CMT) and the School of Information Sciences’ (SIS) Degree Programme in Information Studies and Interactive Media and Master’s Degree Programme in Human-Technology Interaction. The Faculty is home to some 3,500 students and over 300 researchers, instructors and administrators.

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Communication Media (Data Communications and Networking)

Microwave Microwave transmission is an extremely high-frequency radio communication beam that is transmitted over a direct line-of-sight path between any two points. As its name implies, a microwave signal is an extremely short wavelength, thus the word micro wave. Microwave radio transmissions perform the same functions as cables. For example, point A communicates with point B via a through-the-air microwave transmission path, instead of a copper wire cable. Because microwave signals approach the frequency of visible light waves, they exhibit many of the same characteristics as light waves, such as reflection, focusing, or refraction. As with visible light waves, microwave signals can be focused into narrow, powerful beams that can be projected over long distances. Just as a parabolic reflector focuses a searchlight into a beam, a parabolic reflector also focuses a high-frequency microwave into a narrow beam. Towers are used to elevate the radio antennas to account for the earth’s curvature and maintain a clear line-of-sight path between the two parabolic reflectors; see Figure 3.12.

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Tampere Research Centre for Journalism, Media and Communication combines practical orientation with an ambitious theoretical approach to the field of media and communication research. It has gained national and international recognition for its research since its founding in 1996. For its 30-40 researchers, COMET provides a lively and collaborative working environment with an expanding international dimension.


School of Journalism & Mass Communication | Kent …

Capitalizing on the specialized expertise of departments across the college and anchored in the Media and Communication Arts Department, the minor in Cinema Studies offers an overview of the art, history, theory, and cultural significance of film. Two required MCA courses provide foundational knowledge as students tailor their minor from among a list of approved offerings, such as French Cinema & Literature and Theater in Film.

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With a rigorous curriculum that combines media theory and hands-on experience in integrated marketing, advertising, corporate communication, public relations, and communications management, the Ad PR Program taps into global corporations, leading edge firms, and dynamic grass roots organizations. An engaged faculty, including working professionals and industry leaders, help our students excel in the classroom, at internships, and in competitions such as The One Show.

Media | Federal Communications Commission

Explore the world of media and its political, economic, and cultural impact. Pursue opportunities for international exchange, and go on to advanced studies or a career in communications.

UNC School of Media and Journalism

Located in the media and communications capital of the world, this portfolio-driven graduate program explores how to create meaningful brand identity through strategic, integrated communications -- both theoretically and in practice. BIC uniquely combines 3 critical communications disciplines in a collaborative, cross-disciplinary environment. In addition to learning shared foundational and applied knowledge, students specialize in Public Relations, Creative Development or Management/Planning.

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Twisted-Pair Cable One of the most commonly used types of guided media is twisted-pair cable, insulated pairs of wires that can be packed quite close together (Figure 3.9). The wires usually are twisted to minimize the electromagnetic interference between one pair and any other pair in the bundle. Your house or apartment probably has a set of two twisted-pair wires (i.e., four wires) from it to the telephone company network. One pair is used to connect your telephone; the other pair is a spare that can be used for a second telephone line. The twisted-pair cable used in LANs are usually packaged as four sets of pairs as shown in Figure 3.9, whereas bundles of several thousand wire pairs are placed under city streets and in large buildings.