For this assignment, in 1,000-1,500 words, you will need to complete the following: Locate an advertisement in any form (e.g., YouTube video of advertisement, advertisement from magazine or newspaper) and discuss how the advertisement portrays a particular group (e.g., women, African-American males). In your analysis Discuss the consequences of the portrayal. Explain how the advertisement impacts cultural and social beliefs about that particular group. Discuss what media consumers can do to critically analyze similar advertisements. This assignment uses a scoring guide. Please review the scoring guide prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required
Must be in contact working this assignment as there are many instructions. 1. Report 2. Knowledge Translation Activities 3. Your dataset GRADING (on 100 points): – 65 Points: Data Management + APA Report Correct analyses, proper data-management, and obtained the expected results for your dataset. Report format, proper presentation and interpretation of results. – 35 Points: Knowledge Translation Creativity, accuracy, thoroughness, and quality. This project assumes you are a researcher and that you conducted all phases of this research study (design, recruitment, data collection, analysis, results, and sharing results). 1. APA Report Instructions: Format: Your report should be in APA format and include the following sections (doubled spaced): – Title Page (1 page) – Methods (1 2 pages) – Results (1 2 pages + tables and figures) – Discussion (1 2 pages) – References (cite your measures + anything you add to your discussion) Here is a helpful resource for how to structure your paper in APA 7. https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formattin g_and_style_guide/documents/20200128APA7StudPaper.pdf
The final paper is an original piece of research. The topic must be within the parameters of the course and is chosen by the participant, and approved of by the instructor. The paper is to be double spaced, 2500 words in length, not including footnotes or bibliography. 6 FALL 2020 DTEM1401 – VERSION 1.8 DR MATHIAS KLANG FOCUSED: Provide all the arguments needed to support your thesis/answer your question. Do not add random facts or quirky points of interest. Unrelated or unsupported facts/arguments lower the legibility and grade. STRUCTURED: You may know what you mean but you are not there when the paper is being graded. Expect to be misunderstood. Creating an outline, putting arguments in order, & rereading your paper are excellent ways of improving the structure. DOCUMENTED: The point of the paper is to provide strong arguments. The weakest argument is the unsupported argument. I may agree with you but its still weak. Provide support for the positions you take. For example, if I was to argue that smoking is healthy you wouldn’t believe me if all I said to support the argument was because I said so. Show me the expert. Show me that you have read and understood the expert. WELL PRESENTED: You are a student of communication. This course is not about grading your grammar or spelling. However, turning in a badly written paper will not improve your grade. I am looking for your ability to present analytical substance in a structured argument. I want to see you use supporting material in a clear and persuasive manner. I want you to show me that you have thought about the issue you are discussing and are able to argue in a way that does not confuse assumptions and value judgments with analysis and argument. And I want you to do all this with a high quality of writing. i uploaded the outline that i wrote, please follow it to finish this paper.
I need 5 blog posts, each being 500 words and including text and at least one visual element such as a photo or infographic. The blog posts should be related to social media trends and technology. Here are a list of blog ideas I was given: A reflection on your most successful social media post of the semester A look back at any Turning Off a Noisy World-type disconnecting activities that youve tried Your opinion on a recent news items related to technology A description of your favorite thing on social media at this moment and why A roadmap to the future, explaining the skills you intend to gain after this class and your ultimate career goal
First: Rap music started as (and in some cases still is) an ideological critique of social/political systems that create and maintain social inequality. Tupac Shakur is undoubtedly more qualified to explain this than I am, so: https://youtu.be/hmFMLnp2bbc (Links to an external site.) What started as the voice of an oppressed group – outside the margins of the mainstream recording industry – became profitable in the mid 1990s, which led to a major-label-takeover of the genre. Because of the Logic of Safety, major labels might seek to avoid music that is controversial, so the ideological critique became less prominent in rap music over time. Rap music can challenge ideologies of racism and classism, and work for social justice. However, lyrics have often promoted problematic ideologies of sexism, homophobia, consumer culture, and violence (and glorified drug use). Re-read the section in your textbook about rap music as ideological critique (starting on pp. 213). In your answers to the questions below, please quote the textbook AND use quotes from at least three different songs on this pdf. If you want to use other lyrics for comparison rap or otherwise – in addition to those, that’s fine too. Just be sure to tell me the song and artist. Don’t forget to leave a response comment! Another helpful resource: http://rap.genius.com Questions: Starting from the selection of the songs and lyrics in this pdf , identify and compare/contrast at least two ideological messages in the songs (one “positive” and one “negative). How do the ideological messages seem to have changed over time? (Has that change been universal or are there exceptions?) Do you think that it’s ultimately possible for mainstream rap music created primarily by men to challenge dominant (i.e., hegemonic) ideology? Things you may want to consider in your answer: The increasing popularity of rappers like Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, Nikki Minaj – in other words, women; Rap music that is independently produced How our definition of masculinity has changed / is changing
1-) My topic is :- Media myths and fake news: Sadly, many media users do not see representations that resemble themselves. Or they see stereotypes such as the Vietnam draft dodger of the past as a hippie or homeless person or l960s rebel. Describe and analyse two examples of how media reinforces false images. 2-) As I am an international student please write my paper in simple English.
New Media Essay Criteria Your New Media Essay (NME) is the place where you describe how you would solve a new media problem or how you would develop an effective new media tool or artifact. Utilize course resources you would use to craft your dream project in the face of continuity and change. You will compose a New Media Essay that describes you solution/tool focus, the reason for its need, the strategies you would use as you develop that solution or tool, the technical support you would need to develop that solution or tool, and the process that would go creating or developing that solution. You must cite and integrate at least four course sources within your NME. Your NME should be designed with focused attention to an honest and authentic reflection on a new media solution or tool you wish to develop. Your NME must turn a critical eye to the design choices you would make to develop the solution or tool. The NME should be about approximately 1,500-1,700 words in length and around four pages. You must use MLA or APA style accurately and consistently in your NME including in your works cited/reference page. The NME must be written in essay format, and it may be helpful to consider the following guiding questions as you are crafting and formatting your NME: 1) How well do you believe your NME creatively and thoughtfully address your new media problem that requires a solution? 2) Do you establish a purpose or goal for your solution or tool? 3) How well does the NME engage the relevant sources we read, discussed, engaged, and/or viewed together since the first unit of the semester? Are at least four course sources cited and integrated into your own writing and thinking? 4) How well does the NME contextualize relevant information about the New Media? 5) How reflective is the NME in terms of defining new media? Is there a clear and working definition of new media established? Is the definition well developed through setting up conflicting perspectives to answer the question of how best to define new media? 6) How reflective is the NME in terms of overall solution design choices? Is there a discussion of the process and the strategies? 7) Does the NME meet the length requirements, have an imaginative or creative title, and use MLA or APA style consistently? How well is the Works Cited/Reference Page constructed? 8) Does the writing demonstrate precise and engaging word choice, an appropriate tone, logical arrangement, and no distracting grammatical and/or mechanical errors? 9) Does the NME implement peer feedback that was helpful or generative in shaping your essay? 10) What have you learned about the subject of new media that you did not know when you started this NME? 11) How have you used Crawford and Robinson to showcase the injuries, harms, or misconceptions that can arise from thinking in terms of generations when it comes to conceptualizing new media, patterns of technology use, or articulating concerns about the susceptibility of some groups to the power or influence of new media technologi
What is informative speaking? To increase the audiences understanding or knowledgeto learn something. Informing, not persuading. Objective vs. Subjective Topics Topics: People (Life and importance of an individual) Topics: Places (History and Interest/Compelling) Topics: Objects and Phenomena (Why is the sky blue? Importance of Stonehenge? How can birds fly?) Topics: Events (What is Coachella? Significance of the Pig War?) Topics: Issues (Overview or a report of the problem to increase understanding and awareness. Ex: Cancer, Disabilities, Human Trafficking, etc.)
Using the five steps in the critical process, analyze the news story about affordable housing in Connecticut. Please see the documents attached to find the news story titled, “Invisible Walls – Separated by Design: How Some of Americas Richest Towns Fight Adorable Housing.” You can also find a scanned version of the pages from your textbook that explain the use of the five steps in the critical process, which is part of Ch 1 in your textbook. Additionally, I’ve attached another document that provides some more explanation about this process. For the paper: Write 2-3 page paper analyzing the news item using the critical process. Please use APA style – double space, 12 pt font, Times New Roman. Include a bibliography if you use external sources of information. Address each stage in the critical process separately.
Recent developments in web applications have drastically increased levels of participation on the Internet. This trend is characterized by the ability of users to actively share and create content. Henry Jenkins has conceptualized this shift as part of a participatory culture now shaping the Internet. This shift has also been referred to as Web 2.0, a term denoting an updated or improved version of the web, centred on interactivity and user-generated content. The notion of participatory culture suggests a shift in the role of Internet users and the environment of the Internet. A more active and participatory role is being taken, whereby Internet users are increasingly creating content as well as consuming it. Structure: 1. Introduction 1.1. Describe social media as a trend and the role that social media plays in communication. 1.2. Discuss the statement: We are moving away from a world in which some produce, and many consume media, toward one in which everyone has a more active stake in the culture that is produced (Jenkins, 2006 p. 10) 2. Body 2.1. What is the importance of social media? How has social media influenced business? 2.2. The fascination with celebrities has increased in recent times. Define celebrity endorsement and discuss its wide usage in social media marketing. 2.3. Discuss accessibility and the Internet as a continual source of news, entertainment, and education: the new digital environment expands the scope and reach of consumer activities (Jenkins, 2006, p. 215). 2.4. Define social currency. What is the significance of brands with high social currency? 2.5. Describe (your) productive use(s) of social media. 3. Conclusion 3.1. What are the challenges that social media face in todays society? Your assignment must be structured as follows: Use a minimum three pages and no more than four pages (1.500-2.000 words), that include the introduction, body, and conclusion. In addition, cover page and one page with listed references and bibliography and different online sources. Type the essay single spaced using Times New Roman/Arial 12 font. You will be graded based on your descriptions, explanations and analyses. Use balanced approach where you include at least two viewpoints; be critical what is good or bad about the trends and phenomena you read about; always clarify and identify components of the issue/problem; and compare look for similarities and differences. note: there are attached article read from page 7 -11 as well as there is essay example
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