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AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
Aims of Module
• To introduce key concepts and critical tools for the understanding and analysis of dramatic, mediated or live performance texts
• To introduce approaches to the textual analysis of the mediated arts, theatre, performance and dance.
• To enable students to develop, research and apply analytic approaches and critical thinking skills
On successful completion of the module the students will be able to:
ASSESSMENT: (Semester 2)
Essay (Semester 2) (2,500 word count) (50% of final mark)
1- How useful is semiotic analysis as an approach to understanding media representations? Discuss using two examples.
2- Discuss the arguments for and against specialist ‘minority’ programming targeted at specific ethnic minority audiences on British television.
3- In spite of recent developments, the reality of a lived multiculturalism is not represented on British television and the media in general can by no means seen as ethnically neutral. Discuss.
4- In what ways has the feminist movement worked towards uncovering limited and stereotypical representations of women in the mainstream media? Consider at least TWO feminist perspectives in your answer.
5- To what extent has the stability of class as a marker of identity changed in contemporary Britain? Discuss with reference to two examples from British television.
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