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Reading Media Critically COMM 3300.002

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Reading Media Critically COMM 3300.002 Comm 3300-002

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Brief description and example on Sociological critique and media pt.2
Reading Media Critically
Lisa Bell
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sociological, UTD, UTDallas, UTDbell, Media, readingmediacritically, Comm
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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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