Item Aud. 52 - Geri Forsberg (TWU Professor) / Don Page (TWU Administrator); Values and the Media

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Geri Forsberg (TWU Professor) / Don Page (TWU Administrator); Values and the Media

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CA TWU Coll. 02-01-Aud. 52

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  • 1 audio cassette
  • 2 sound recordings (mp3)
  • audio 52a 97 MB (42 minutes)
  • audio 52b 105 MB (46 minutes)

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Audio 52a consists of the following recording:
Title: Geri Forsberg – “The influence of the Media”
Geri Forsber, a TWU Communications Professor, discusses the effect and influence of the media on society and the individual. She explores how a Christian worldview relates to the media in regard to form and content, and asks if, given the nature of the image-dominated media, it is possible to have a Christian world view in the media? She references “Amusing Ourselves to Death” by Neil Postman heavily. She argues that the dominant form of communication - the visual - originated with the photograph and has caused a loss of “memory” and changed how individuals perceive time, space and authority. Society has lost a sense of ultimate accountability through humanism and existentialism. Values have become relative.
Audio 52b consists of the following recording:
Title: Dr. Don Page – “The importance of Values”
Dr. Don Page, VP & Academic Dean, relates personal stories about his time as a speech writer for the Canadian Government, in relation to integrating a Christian worldview into the media. He discusses Acts 17 at great length. He also discusses the concept of “the ends justify the means,” and the issue of abortion. Page delves into the importance of compassion as a sociological value. He argues that God made humanity a compassionate race. He also discuss the release of Nelson Mandela’s release. Page talks about his article on the Helsinki Accords, particularly the closing paragraph on reaching out. He also discusses hiring and values and the trends in management literature. He explores the role of values in holding a job. Finally, he discusses a survey that explored who students considered their heroes and who they respected. He argues that Christians have an obligation to interpret in a secular world. He is cut off in the middle of a sentence and the recording ends.
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B 4 S 1 Box 02

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Digitization Note: All files recorded from a Califone 2455AV, captured by ScenalyzerLive 4.0 and edited with Audacity 1.2.6. Recorded at 44.1kHz @ 16-bit resolution via Canopus ADVC110, in .wav format by Aaron Martens, TWU AV Asst, between May 2007 and June 2009.

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AV Assistant's digitization notes: Aud 52a 4 minutes trailing silence cut; Aud 52b quiet, no changes made

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Student Assistant’s note: Converted from .wav to .mp3 and/or amplified using Dexster v3.2 Copyright Softdiv Software Sdn Bhd; attributes MP3 CBR; 48kHz 320 Kbps; Channel: stereo – between September 2010 and April 2011; Aud 52b amplified 150% x 2

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In June 2012 librarian DD resized all audio files using the program Amadeus Pro; he ran a batch conversion of the files, changing them from MP3 files at a bit rate of 320kbps to MP3 files at a bit rate of 96kbps at 24kHz

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This copy is to be used solely for the purpose of research or private study; any use of the copy for a purpose other than research or private study may require the authorization of the copyright owner of the work in question

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March 17, 2005<br/>October 25, 2012<br/>Tuesday, May 22, 2012 11:59:13 AM by SylviaS<br/>Saturday, May 28, 2011 4:20:30 PM by SylviaS<br/>Saturday, May 21, 2011 3:43:51 PM by SylviaS<br/>Thursday, December 09, 2010 4:11:14 PM by SylviaS<br/>Thursday, December 09, 2010 4:02:10 PM by SylviaS<br/>Friday, March 03, 2006 10:47:39 AM by SylviaS<br/>Thursday, March 17, 2005 1:04:03 PM by M. Kelly<br/>2005 M. Kelly

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