They say after you deliver a speech there’s three speeches that you think about 1) the speech you prepared 2) the speech you gave 3) the speech you wish you would have given Reflect on your Informational Speech submission. What went well? What areas do you have for improvement? What lessons did you learn?
1. Actively complete the required readings, highlighting key phrases, terms, and quotations. Take notes, with careful attention to page numbers, identifying and explaining the main arguments and critical points made by the author(s). Define key terms. 2. Consider your interest in the topic, your knowledge of the Australian media industry in question, the relevance of the material discussed. (THE PRESS) 3. Draft your Reflective Journal Entry. You might like to consider some of the following questions to assist your reflection: What knowledge do you bring to this topic? What were you hoping to learn? What were the key points from the required reading? How useful were they to your understanding? What does the reading not achieve? How does a case study of your choice illuminate the critical concepts of the week? 4. Redraft, edit, and proof-read your work. Ensure that your expression is clear, and you use proper referencing throughout your journal entry. Direct quotes and paraphrasing require page number referencing. The tone of the Reflective Journal Entries is critical (that is, substantiated with references to the required reading and written in full, coherent sentences), but it also a personal form of writing that allows you to speak about your own knowledge and experience of Australian Media and how the required reading has shaped your knowledge. Therefore, writing in the first-person (I think that this means , I connect this idea , In my experience ) is encouraged. You must mark your writing based on the document provided. YOU MUST ACHIEVE THESE CRITERIA. Please check the file: (Rubric) this is a requirement if not achieved will get a refund.
Make 5 visualisation with Tableau+ one visualisation with Leximancer and write 1300 words report. (data sets will be provided) about ( Master Chef Australia) Introduction (~200 words) Briefly, tell the reader what the dataset is about, and what the analysis involves. Main Body (~1000 words) Start with the summative report of your findings from Tableau. What have you learned about the data using the various visualisations that you have created? You can screenshot or export some of the visualisations and include them in the text, so that the reader can easily follow your report. If your visualisation contains identifiable information, blur it out or redact it. Please avoid being too descriptive, and instead provide critical insights. Move to the second type of visualisation that you have created (Gephi or Leximancer). Explain what it can add to the findings from your Tableau analysis. Summarise the main findings you obtained from the visual investigation of the network or texts. You can screenshot or export the network graphs, and the settings you used to create them (e.g. algorithm, parameters, sizes, number of themes, etc.). Conclusion (~200 words) Briefly discuss the strengths, potentials, and limitations of the study. What are some other approaches that we can use to understand the data better? Where do you think this type of analysis can be used? Who might benefit from the sort of analyses that you have showcased?
Write a 6-page media analysis paper for the film of your choosing. The film should be one that had an impact on the political, social, racial, or economic climate of its time. A few examples of such films can be more historic, like Gone With The Wind or Birth of A Nation, The Imitation of Life or they can be more contemporary like Get Out, Black Panther, Crazy Rich Asians. In your paper you will conduct a three-fold analysis in which you will outline your understanding of your chosen media film. To understand a media product, one must: – Understand the socioeconomic context of its creation/production. – Analyze its constructed meanings through: visual, verbal, and auditory languages/codes. – Through ethnographic research, analyze what its audience contributed/contributes to its meaning and making, as well as to its cultural production and distribution. Through the analysis of the above points, you will be able to: – Decode the media and understand how media often translates into political power. – Understand the extent in which corporate voices often become our opinions and views. – Investigate the capacities in which media creates dominant ideologies, and how those particular ideologies become normative culture. In your paper, your three-fold analysis will contain an understanding and exploration of the: – Production and its political economy – Textual Analysis, – Audience Reception Example: can be the film Get Out. Consider the political climate of the production. What was happening? How did this film impact the audience? Analyze the film in a way that requires you to read between the lines. Understand the messages that the film is trying to narrate through the visuals, audio, camera angles, color schemes, scene duration, etc. Who do the film messages impact? How did the audience receive it? I watched the film 3 times in theaters – once the first day it was released, and the second a day after Philando Castile’s murder. As an audience member, I was impacted differently during both viewings. If you’re analyzing a film that you watched in theaters, try to remember audience responses. I remember there being scenes that only white audience members found to be humorous, but the reality of it was that these scenes depicted extremely dark humor that only Black people can understand and were pained through. Is there an irony here? If so, what? These are just a few examples of points to consider while analyzing your media. ***Reference the readings below to jog your memory of the three-fold-analysis:- Dines & Humez, Part I. A Cultural Studies Approach to Media: Theory (Intro)- Kellner, Cultural Studies, Multiculturalism, and Media Culture (ch.1) (Textbook reference well be put in a pdf below)
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.)
Collect five print or Internet-based advertisements to analyze. Each advertisement must contain some text or language and at least one image, and the five advertisements should be for five different products or services. After collecting the advertisements, analyze each advertisement separately to determine the extent to which it: reflects a gender stereotype counters a gender stereotype; and/or, fails to reflect a gender stereotype Each analysis should be at least two paragraphs. Prepare a WordPress blog that includes the five advertisements and their corresponding analysis. Note: WordPress is a free blog that is available to everyone and can be seen by everyone. If this is a concern for you, look to use your initials to set up the blog address and user name. Note: Print-based advertisements will need to be scanned to include on the blog.
In regards to cell phones, Internet, social media, etc, please answer the following question in your paper; 1. Is social media changing culture, or does culture determine social media use? 2. Give specific examples that relate to YOUR experience and try to tie them into the examples from the text. 3. Don’t forget 2-3 in-text citations where you analyzed the authors concepts of culture, values, etc. Textbook: in files Note: Type your paper in a common 12-point font such as Times New Roman. Include a title page, a minimum 3 pages of content and list of references at the end of your paper.
choose a movie of your choice and analyze it by communication concepts. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gziMZxee6cw&t=129s https://canvas.sbcc.edu/ (from here click on comm 101 class go to the syllabus and scroll down to the term paper.
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