223W - Week1

223W - Week1

Slides used in D-101, D-102 and D-103

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Alberto Lusoli

May 08, 2019
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  2. No communication background 50% PhD Student at SFU School of

    Communication 50% Practitioner Main field of interests: Start-ups, technology, labour.
  3. Due date: May 27th Peer review May 22nd Due date:

    June 5th Peer review June 3rd Due date: June 17th. Due date: June 22nd Due date: June 24th. Peer review June 12th
  4. ▪ Paper 1: 10pts ▪ Paper 2: 15pts ▪ Paper

    3: 25pts ▪ Final: 20pts ▪ Adv: 15pts ▪ Attendance and participation: 10pts ▪ Tutorial adv: 5pts
  5. For questions, suggestions and information about tutorials, send me a

    message: alusoli@sfu.ca Even better, come talk to me during office hour: Monday and Wednesday, 12.30 – 1.20. Room K-8661 (TA Common room) ATTENTION: Room 8661 is being renovated. Over the next two weeks you can find me in room K-7642 (knock on the door) or stop me after lecture. I cannot provide extensive and accurate feedback during break, after lectures or after tutorials.
  6. Make sure to check your tutorial specific section on Canvas

    to receive updates and share ads. Were you assigned to the wrong tutorial? Your name is not on the attendance list? Send me an email and CC Jody Baker.
  7. Make sure to add your name to the “Bring an

    ad to tutorial sign-up” page.
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  9. Who built the Ikea table in my house? Where does

    the avocado I am eating come from? What does an avocado tree even looks like? How is an iPhone made?
  10. Who built the Ikea table in my house? Where does

    the avocado I am eating come from? What does an avocado tree even looks like? How is an iPhone made? Labour is abstracted and the producers of commodities rendered invisible. All objects are evaluated based on the amount of labour that goes into their production.
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  12. Rebuild the missing cultural and social dimension of commodities.

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  15. Split into groups of 3 ppl max and find one

    commercial (print, video, audio, etc.) which shows how advertising is being used to legitimize, culturally and socially, otherwise mundane commodities.
  16. twitter.com/albertolusoli alusoli@sfu.ca Office hour: Mon + Wed, 12.30-13.20, room K-8661