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2009 겨울방학나기-일드 백야행

In Uncategorized on December 30, 2009 at 10:52 pm

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본방정보

          일본 TBS (2006년 1월 12일 ~ 2006년 3월 23일 방송종료)

출연진

         야마다 타카유키, 아야세 하루카, 와타베 아츠로, 타나카 코타로, 코이데 케이스케

소개

         히가시노 게이고 소설 원작, 과거를 가진 주인공들의 러브스토리

대표사이트

          http://www.tbs.co.jp/byakuyakou/

관련정보
원작소설

우연히 보게된 일본 드라마 백야행의 매력에 흠뻑 빠지다. 2년전 접했던 하얀거탑의 감동에 준하는 작품이 아닐런지. 일본사회의 일면을 알 수 있었고—여러모로 일본을 닮아가는 한국사회에 대한 우려(?)와  함께–이야기를 전개해나가는 제작진과 배우들의, 특히 여자 아역, 연기가 다음회를 재촉하게 한다.  가위를 매개로 한 두 남녀의 사랑이 비극으로 끝나게 됨을 첫장면에서 예고하고 있다. 하지만 언제나 “과정”이 “결과”에 우선하기에 나는 2009년 겨울방학에 우연히 접한 이 드라마의 전체를 봐야겠다.

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Russell Poldrack: Are "Learning Styles" Important In Teaching Methods?

In Psychology on December 22, 2009 at 8:40 pm

학습자들이 비쥬얼 또는 버벌 중 어떤것에 더욱 익숙하느냐에 따라 이들을 구분짓고 그에 따른 효과적인 교수법을 처방하는게 그동안의 정설—하지만 과학적인 근거는 없이—을 메타분석을 통해 의문을 제기하는 글. 물론 “증거의 부재”가 “부재의 증명”과는 분명히 다르지만, 학습자의 선호방식이 실제로 학습자의 지식습득을 결정짓는다는 단순화 또한 현재로선 금물이다. 특히, 가장 어려운 것을 배울때 가장 많은 학습이 이뤄진다는 최근의 보고들을 감안했을때, 효과적인 학습을 위해서 “적당한 난이도 (desirable difficulties)”가 필요하겠다.

Russell Poldrack: Are "Learning Styles" Important In Teaching Methods?

[Air-L] cfp – Electronic Journal of Communication – social media in news discourse

In CFP, Journalism, New Media on December 16, 2009 at 8:24 pm

Electronic Journal of Communication/La Revue Electronique de Communication

Special issue: Social media in news discourse

As professional media producers pay more attention to social media, from personal blog entries and tweets to Facebook updates and YouTube videos, journalists are faced with numerous decisions. Among these are how to integrate personal and often-relationship-focused media with the public and fact-centred discourse of the news.

This special issue of the Electronic Journal of Communication invites contributions exploring the conventions that are emerging around the use of social media by news organisations, and the implications of those conventions for public communication. Contributions will have as their central concern whether or not the encounter with social media is changing aspects of news journalism.

Possible questions arising from this concern include:

how do the forms of personal expression to be found in social media translate into news discourse?
what authority or status as ‘knowers’ is given in the news to voices from various social media?
how are specific kinds of social media typically made use of within news discourse?
how are journalism’s ethical frameworks applied to these media?
to what extent is social media content decontextualised from its online social context when used by journalism?
are social media texts produced within news organisations also used in news texts?

Papers should be 5000-7500 words in length and submitted electronically to the guest editor, Donald Matheson, at donald.matheson@canterbury.ac.nz. Deadline for completed manuscripts is 20 November 2010. The issue is scheduled for publication in the second half of 2011.

Nieman Reports | Media Criticism: Journalism vs. Advocacy

In Book, Journalism, Media Criticism on December 15, 2009 at 3:46 pm

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Dan Kennedy (assistant professor of journalism at Northeastern University; 그의 블로그– www.dankennedy.net)에 의하면 미디어 비평의 크게 두가지 기능을 한다고 한다. 먼저 “저널리즘” 그 자체로서의 미디어 비평. 하지만 뉴미디어의 등장과 함께–비록 연결고리가 명확하진 않지만–미디어 비평의 또 다른 한면,  즉 주창(advocacy)언론으로서의 미디어 비평에 대한 역할이 흥미롭다. 현재 미디어 비평의 당파성에 관한 페이퍼를 준비중이라 더욱 관심이 가는 대목이다.

Nieman Reports | Media Criticism: Journalism vs. Advocacy

Mark Ingram Wins Heisman Trophy – ESPN Video

In Alabama on December 13, 2009 at 5:26 am

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Pan American Advanced Studies Institute Program by Association of American Geographers

In Grant on December 12, 2009 at 9:07 pm


Objectives of the institute are 1) to identify, engage, and integrate a new generation of scholars and practitioners with on-going activities of major organizations around the relationship between climate change and hazards; 2) to interrelate advanced knowledge domains around links between climate change and hazards in the region using integrative capacities of geographic technologies; and 3) to elaborate a collaborative research and educational agenda that communicates across disciplines and sectors. The institute will offer lectures, demonstrations, technical training, group discussions, and work sessions at the advanced graduate and post-doctoral level and will produce a research agenda, set of white papers, and an online knowledge environment to structure collaboration among participants and to serve as a repository for documents and ideas resulting from the effort. Both the PASI’s structure and the high-caliber lecturers themselves will enable a strong mentoring and peer-support model that increases the level and quality of learning.
Applications: To apply, submit the completed application form by the deadline on January 16, 2010 to Dr. Patricia Solís at psolis@aag.org. Digital submissions are required.

Association of American Geographers

Nieman Reports | The Public and Journalists: They Disagree on Core Values

In Journalism on December 12, 2009 at 6:34 am

“It was clear that adults and college students feel that the values journalists use in making their decisions don’t match their own. This gap won’t be closed merely by journalists explaining their values, though this is an important step for them to take; they must also understand and respect the values of the public they hope to serve, just as the public can learn why journalists hold to the values they do.”

Nieman Reports | The Public and Journalists: They Disagree on Core Values

Nieman Reports | Media Users, Media Creators: Principles of Active Engagement

In Journalism, Media Literacy on December 12, 2009 at 5:43 am

Nieman Reports | Media Users, Media Creators: Principles of Active Engagement

Nieman Reports | Closing the Credibility Gap

In Journalism on December 12, 2009 at 5:32 am

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“Web users have developed a set of tools for deciding what to trust online, and now journalists can learn from them.”

 

Nieman Reports | Closing the Credibility Gap

Proud of Crimson Tide Football!

In Alabama on December 12, 2009 at 2:21 am

It has been so long for me to post here and for the crimson tide to win the SEC title! The SEC title game was one of best plays that I have ever seen. Well coached and excuted. It was a lesson to prove how crucial and fortunate it is to have a good leader. Now it is time to get the National Championship back.