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1.      You will need to pick a story type from the following: exhibitions, myst

1.      You will need to pick a story type from the following: exhibitions, mysteries, journeys, redemption (and/or shame) narratives, and fantasies. 2. You will need to find 4 examples of the story type.  The examples must come from at least 3 different media.  Types of media include: films, television shows, literature (novels and short stories), poetry, theater (you can use video recording of plays and other live performances), podcasts, opera, ballet, graphic novels/comic books, and video/computer games.  The…

The following points should be explicitly addressed in the letter of intent: : (

The following points should be explicitly addressed in the letter of intent: : (a) explain your motivation for selecting this degree program (b) summarize your relevant skills, training and experience; (c) describe your proposed interests within the program and (d) indicate how the course of study would contribute to your future intellectual or professional growth. I have attached my resume, please write according to my skill and experience in a professional manner.

Instructions: Watch the documentary film ‘Art and Copy’ (I love this movie, can

Instructions: Watch the documentary film 'Art and Copy' (I love this movie, can never find another one that I like this much on design) You can watch it on Kanopy: https://www.kanopy.com/product/art-copy let me know if you have problems getting this film but I think it will be easy for you..: Write 3 paragraphs (250 word minimum) on this film, consider and answer these questions: For you personally, who was the most influential or interesting person for you in this film?…

Instructions: Read the first section ‘Viewers Make Meaning’ in Chapter 2 (pages

Instructions: Read the first section 'Viewers Make Meaning' in Chapter 2 (pages 49- top of page 53) of Practices of Looking. This chapter begins by describing how we as individuals and as a group of individuals relate to advertisements (interpellation). Next read the Asa Berger Chapter 7 from Seeing is Believing, excerpt, Analyzing the Commercial, also attached. I would like you to watch a television commercial with the sound off. Describe the visual communication that you observe- describe the commercial…

Answer ANY THREE of the SIX questions presented below. Each answer will be marke

Answer ANY THREE of the SIX questions presented below. Each answer will be marked out of 10. • Each answer should be between 2 to 3 pages in length, double-spaced. • Please cite the course readings or lectures where necessary, but there is no need to provide a bibliography (the syllabus is your de facto bibliography). • Avoid excessive direct quotation. Your task is to demonstrate your knowledge of course ideas and concepts in your own words. • Read the…

We probably all have read a newspaper at some point in time.  Maybe at some poin

We probably all have read a newspaper at some point in time.  Maybe at some point you have wanted to be a journalist; well, here’s your chance.  You will write a print journalism news-story for this assignment with some information that will be given to you below.  You are to write this story as if you have done investigation (as if you were the investigative reporter); and, remember, the information below is what you have found out through your investigation. …

1)  Explain, in terms of their cultural differences, the relative success and fa

1)  Explain, in terms of their cultural differences, the relative success and failure of the efforts of China and the United States to contain the spread of the Corona-virus. 2)  Today's China needs both individualism and collectivism. Explain whether you agree or disagree with this statement by using what you have learn in this class. 3)  BTS, the seven-member boy band from South Korea, has the No. 1 album in the United States, having followed up “Love Yourself: Tear” from…

1- Social Media – A Faustian Bargain? Social Media is instantaneous and reaches

1- Social Media - A Faustian Bargain? Social Media is instantaneous and reaches huge global audiences. Its benefits and damages are vastly amplified from media used a generation ago. Where does freedom of the individual end and where do the needs of society begin? Should media be controlled to avoid private or political abuse? What are the challenges of either system? Social media brought us the Arab Spring and cyber bullying, online learning and QAnon. Who can control this Faustian…

Readings:  Castells “Networking minds, creating meaning, contesting power” Info

Readings:  Castells “Networking minds, creating meaning, contesting power” Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education, ACRL. Focused Reflection:  For this project, you’re being asked to reflect on the following kind of questions as you articulate your experience/views on media influence: What are examples of activities individuals can apply to resist the influence of media? What are key ideas from thinkers examined in the course that resonated the most with your own views on media influence and why? How do you manage…