Communication in History

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Communication in History by Mind Map: Communication in History

1. Technology/Modes of Communication (How/why were these created? What affect have they had on society/innovation/realtionships?)

1.1. Printing Press

1.2. TV

1.3. Telegraph

1.4. Telephone

1.5. Computers

1.5.1. AIM

1.5.2. Email

1.5.3. Coding

1.5.4. Blogging

1.5.5. MySpace

1.6. Social Media

1.6.1. Instagram

1.6.2. Facebook

1.6.3. Twitter

1.6.4. TikTok

1.7. Newspapers

1.7.1. Influence on Politics

1.8. Postal Services/Letters

1.9. Pigeons

1.10. Radio

1.11. Compass

1.12. Clocks

1.12.1. Sundials

1.13. Podcasts

1.14. Sonar

1.15. Radar

1.16. Railroad

1.17. Air Travel

1.18. Sea-faring

1.18.1. Dutch East Indies Company(?)

1.19. Unintended Side Effects of Mass Media

1.20. Music

1.20.1. Songs of Protest (Jaxon)

1.21. Advertisements

1.22. News Channels

2. Language(s)

2.1. Relation to Power/Oppression

2.1.1. Colonialism

2.2. Braille

2.3. ASL

2.4. AAV

2.5. Computer Coding

2.5.1. Binary

2.5.2. JAVA

2.5.3. Python

2.5.4. C++

2.6. Written Language

2.6.1. Rhetoric

2.6.2. How it evolves

2.7. Spoken Language

2.7.1. Dialects/Slang

2.7.2. Impactful Speeches

2.7.3. FDR's Fireside Chats

2.8. More than 5,000 Languages

2.9. Codes/Secret Languages

2.9.1. Morse Code

2.9.2. Message Scrambling

2.9.3. The Enigma Machine

2.10. Khoisa Clicking Language

2.11. Yoodling

2.12. Throat Singing (Mongolia?)

2.13. Fictional Languages

2.13.1. Elvish

2.13.2. Romulen

2.13.3. Klingon

3. Visual

3.1. Art

3.1.1. Political Cartoons

3.1.2. Photography

3.1.3. Tattoos

3.2. Visual Rhetoric

3.2.1. Propaganda

3.3. Hieroglyphics

3.4. Media: TV, Ads, Movies

3.4.1. Who/what is shown and how are they/it shown? Who/what isn't shown?

3.5. Smoke signals

3.6. Cave Paintings

3.7. Mapmaking/Cartography

4. Failures/Miscommunications

4.1. Wars

4.1.1. The First Barbary War (First War on Terrorism)

4.2. Accidents

4.3. Censorship

4.4. Biased Communication

4.4.1. Journalism (sensationalized; yellow journalism)

4.5. Stereotypes/Prejudice

5. Psychology of Communication (How do we learn how to communicate? How does communication effect our interactions and how we see others and ourselves?)

5.1. Human Development

5.2. Body Language

5.3. Tone of Voice

6. Through Gatherings

6.1. World's Fairs

6.2. Olympics

6.3. United Nations

6.4. Trade Routes

6.4.1. The Silk Road

6.5. Conventions

6.6. E3 (The Electronic Entertainment Expo)

7. In Government/Politics

7.1. Diplomatic relations between countries

7.1.1. De facto Imperialism

7.1.1.1. CIA removal of Iranian leader and replaced him

7.2. Courts

7.3. Debates in Democracy

7.4. Protests (How did they communicate their message effectively?)

7.4.1. Civil Rights

7.4.2. Environmental

7.4.3. Women's Rights

7.4.4. LGBTQ Rights

7.4.4.1. Stonewall Riot Protests

7.4.4.1.1. Marsha P. Johnson

7.5. Presidential Speeches

7.5.1. Inauguration

7.6. Founding U.S. Documents (or other nations)

8. Historical Periods/Categories

8.1. Local History

8.2. European History

8.3. World History

8.4. Women's History

8.5. WWI History

8.6. The Cold War

8.7. WWII

8.8. Vietnam

8.9. Korean Conflict

8.10. The Revolutionary War

8.11. North Korea

8.12. Iran

8.13. The Dark Ages

8.14. The Industrial Revolution

8.15. The Dawn of Civilization (Mesopotamia)

9. Literature/Storytelling

9.1. Nursery Rhymes

9.2. Myths/Legends

9.2.1. Zeus

9.2.2. Poseidon

9.2.3. Egyptian

9.2.3.1. Isis

9.2.3.2. Bast

9.2.3.3. Osiris

9.3. Libraries

9.3.1. Alexandria

9.4. Oral Histories

9.5. Folklore

9.6. Religious Texts

9.6.1. Methods of Evangelism

9.6.2. Translations of the Bible

9.6.3. Communication with Deities

9.6.4. The Quran

9.6.5. The Torah

9.6.6. Development of Latin in the Catholic Church

9.7. Scientific Articles/Studies

9.8. Greek Epics

9.8.1. The Illiad

9.8.2. The Odyssey

9.9. Social Commentary

9.9.1. George Orwell

10. Symbols

10.1. Statue of Liberty

10.2. Trojan Horse

10.3. The Cross

10.4. Flags

10.4.1. The Surrender Flag

10.5. Gifs

10.6. People (Political Figures)

11. Through Actions/Decisions

11.1. Pearl Harbor

11.2. Choosing (Not) to Donate

11.3. Parading

11.4. 9/11

11.5. Mongolian Military Strategy

11.6. The Great Fleet(?)

11.7. The Excess Build-Up of Military Forces and Nuclear Weapons

11.8. The Cold War

11.9. Espionage

11.10. Troop Movement

12. With Animals

12.1. The Gambi War (War between two chimpanzee tribes)

12.2. Jane Goodall

12.3. Domestication

12.4. Octopus Research

12.5. Whales/Dolphins High-Frequency Sound Communication