Reading Media Critically COMM 3300.002
Reading Media Critically COMM 3300.002 Comm 3300-002
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Date Created: 04/25/16
Reading Media Critically April 20th, 2016 When looking at media sociologically, look for these key points: Sociological perspectives are grounded in doubles, we are in society and society is in us. Look in terms of functions, how these Medias perpetuate and sometimes change society, and how society has manifest and latent functions. Alienation in the sociological sense. Marginalization and stereotypes. How mass media changes how we see things socially. Some helpful media to watch: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt episode 5 season 1 Look at Mrs. Vorhees' past Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt episode 3 season 2 Look at Titus' lives Media we can analyze: Louie episode 3 season 4 Social analysis on fat women Truth/filter > acknowledge Friend Alone Labels and stereotypes Male gaze media socializes us Blackish episode 5 seasons 1 Social analysis on spanking Atypical Blacks Different history Challenge generational norms abstract vs. concrete Authoritarian vs > respect/force language connotative violence vs cuteness evolves history captures different experience Implication analysis Blackish episode 1 season 2 Social analysis on the Nword Challenge gen. Norms Ignorance/evasiveness/dissonance Hypocrisy Fat/white Overt about history Beeping > underscore moral
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