RTV 4931 Senior Seminar

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RTV 4931 Senior Seminar GUIDELINES FOR CASE STUDY PRESENTATIONS Your case study presentations constitute an important component of this course. They are intended to make you apply the concepts and theories you have learned in this class, and help you make -and justify-a decision regarding a real-world, media-related ethical dilemma. The presentations themselves should last about 25 minutes, and then we ll open it up to questions and a discussion. I expect the presentations to be creative. I don t want you to stand in front of the class and read your notes. You can certainly refer to your notes, but you should think of how you can capture and hold the class s attention. In discussing the context of your situation, for instance, you can use short clips from television programs and films that you may have seen; you may even want to put together a little video to make a point or make us appreciate an issue; you can use role play (i.e., write and perform little skits) to help us better understand the dilemma; you can prepare and
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