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  • Media Studies Factsheet: 003. Genre: Categorising texts

    Media Studies Factsheet: 003. Genre: Categorising texts

    This Factsheet introduces the concept of genre by focussing on:  1. How texts are categorised  (a) The importance of visual iconographies  (b) The links between genre and other media...

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  • Media Studies Factsheet: 004. Representing the world

    Media Studies Factsheet: 004. Representing the world

    This Factsheet provides an introduction to the study of media representations. 1. What is representation? 2. The Construction and Mediation of Representations 3. Audiences perceptions of represe...

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  • Media Studies Factsheet: 005. Stereotypes: Simplifying the Complex

    Media Studies Factsheet: 005. Stereotypes: Simplifying the Complex

    This Factsheet introduces and defines stereotyping as a part of the concept of representation. This Factsheet will:  1. Look at what stereotypes are and why they are used by media texts;  ...

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  • Media Studies Factsheet: 006. Introduction to Audience

    Media Studies Factsheet: 006. Introduction to Audience

    The aims of this Factsheet are to:  Identify the importance in defining a target audience for media producers  Show the differences between a mass audience and a niche audience; a targe...

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  • Media Studies Factsheet: 007. Media Language 2: Newspapers

    Media Studies Factsheet: 007. Media Language 2: Newspapers

    The aim of this Factsheet is to look at the media language used by British Newspapers, both tabloid and broadsheet. It will look at image analysis and language analysis of newspapers, as well as intro...

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  • Media Studies Factsheet: 008. Media Language 3: Magazines and Advertising

    Media Studies Factsheet: 008. Media Language 3: Magazines and Advertising

    The aims of this Factsheet are to introduce and define the way magazines and advertising use media language to persuade audiences and to promote lifestyles and ideas. ...

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  • Media Studies Factsheet: 009. Broadcast News

    Media Studies Factsheet: 009. Broadcast News

    This aims of this Factsheet are to:  • Provide an overview of Broadcast news  • Examine the production and manufacture of Broadcast news  • Investigate contemporary is...

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  • Media Studies Factsheet: 010. Ideology: Ideas and Values within Contemporary Media

    Media Studies Factsheet: 010. Ideology: Ideas and Values within Contemporary Media

    The aims of this Factsheet are to provide:  1. A definition of Ideology with key terms.  2. Methods to help you identify ideology in a media text.  3. Examples of how to evaluate ide...

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  • Media Studies Factsheet: 011. Hilarious Situations  What makes a sit com funny?

    Media Studies Factsheet: 011. Hilarious Situations What makes a sit com funny?

    The aims of this Factsheet are to:  • identify the common codes and conventions of the sit com genre  • consider how the genre creates humour and audience gratification ...

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  • Media Studies Factsheet: 012. Introduction to Semiology (Semiotics)

    Media Studies Factsheet: 012. Introduction to Semiology (Semiotics)

    The aims of this Factsheet are to  • introduce the concept of semiology and show how it can be used to assist with analysis and evaluation of media texts  • define key semiologic...

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