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G201: Intro to Communication Studies Fall 2010 1 Stuart Hall Power relations and class structures Challenge injustice and power imbalance Making / giving meaning in culture … HOW things become meaningful All signs (images, concepts, words) have ideological content that influence how we make sense of the world Not what information but whose information What sources? Whose voices? Powerful voices / marginal voices “deconstruction” Citizenship / humanity “Illegals”
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Unformatted text preview: Fall 2010 2 Maintaining power and manufacturing consent for current power relationships Process by which one social class maintains status-quo by persuading underpowered classes to accept way of life American Dream & Success ◦ Gatorade “Be Like Mike” ◦ Extreme Home Makeover ◦ Dangerous Minds / Freedom Writers ◦ American Idol ◦ Radio Disney’s “Next Big Thing” Dominant readings Negotiated readings Oppositional readings...
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