UA COMM 101 - Science Vs. Humanism (4 pages)

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A continuation of the discussion on the "scientific" and "humanistic" world views, as well as a brief intro to the topic of research.


Lecture number:
5
Pages:
4
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Arizona
Course:
Comm 101 - Introduction to the Study of Communication

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COMM 101 Lecture 5 Outline of Last Lecture I 2400 year history continued Invention of Rhetoric A Sophists B Socrates Plato and Aristotle II Socrates Plato and the Shadow a Idealism of Socrates and Plato b Changes in Athenian values c Democratic Inclusion d Plato s Shadow III Aristotle s Resolution a Aristotle s Argument b Aristotle s Empiricism c Probable Truths d The Duty of the Honorable IV Rhetoric A 2400 Year History a Philip of Macedon b Alexander the Great c Rhetoric in Egypt d Europe Loses Its Ancient Knowledge e Moors Return Knowledge th V 20 and 21st Century Communication Study a Formation of Modern Academic Disciplines b Thriving Discipline Today VI Two Answers to the Question Why Did X Occur beginning of new lecture topic a Scientific Perspective World View 1 b Historical Perspective World View 2 VII Definitions a Science Outline of Current Lecture I Definitions continued from last lecture A Science i Scientific Method B Humanism II Variations in Philosophical Orientations Toward Theory handout on D2L These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute a Supplementary notes on handout i Ways of Knowing What is Reality ii Purpose of Theory iii Research Methods iv Role of the Scholar III Goals for Theory Science a Explanation b Development of Hypotheses c Accurate Prediction d Organization and Simplification e Implementation IV Goals for Theory Humanism a Insight b Clarification of Values c Elegance Aesthetic Criteria d Acceptance e Reform V Research beginning of new lecture topic a Definition Current Lecture I Definitions continued from last lecture A Science an emphasis on careful observation in order to produce knowledge the use of the scientific method i Scientific Method 1 Ask a question 2 Do background research 3 Construct a hypothesis 4 Collect data 5 Analyze data and draw a conclusion 6 Communicate your results ie publish your work B Humanism an



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