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Comm._100W_Media_Criticism_slides - Develop a theory or...

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Media Criticism Interpretation of Media
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What is Media? TV Radio and Sound Recordings Internet Film Magazines Newspapers Books
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What are Artifacts? In Archeology Tools, weapons, or ornaments In Media TV or radio shows, music, books, newspaper or magazine articles, cartoons, or movies
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Analyzing Artifacts Historical backdrop Immediate context Linguistic set (denotation/connotation) Medium’s credibility Viewer perspective
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Interpretation of Media Choose an event or cultural artifact
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Unformatted text preview: Develop a theory or interpretation Analyze the medias portrayal of the event or artifact Write a thesis driven essay using artifact analysis for support of interpretation Analysis of Spigels Essay What is the thesis? How are the following genres used to support the thesis? Dramatic Series Talk Shows Documentaries Special Events Cartoons What is the conclusion?...
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