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Media, Identities and Politics

MDSC02H3 Lecture 11: MDSC02 Week 11
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MDSC02 Week 11 Celebrity: Usually, an agent (or agency) creat...

University of Toronto Scarborough
Media Studies
MDSC02H3
MDSC02H3 Lecture 5: Lecture (5)
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Week 5: What is “infotainment”? Globalization and Media as “Infotai...

University of Toronto Scarborough
Media Studies
MDSC02H3
MDSC02H3 Lecture 4: Lecture (4)
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Week 4: REALITY TV AND SURVEILLANCE ● Reality contestant show...

University of Toronto Scarborough
Media Studies
MDSC02H3
MDSC02H3 Lecture 3: Lecture (3)
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Week 3: Television and Representing the “Queer Other” ◼ The “...

University of Toronto Scarborough
Media Studies
MDSC02H3
MDSC02H3 Lecture 1: Lecture (1)
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Lecture 1: MDSC02H3: TOPICS IN MEDIA, IDENTITIES AND POLITICS INTR...

University of Toronto Scarborough
Media Studies
MDSC02H3
MDSC02H3 Lecture 2: Lecture (2)
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Week 2: Hollywood Films and the Binaries of Race and Class • ...

University of Toronto Scarborough
Media Studies
MDSC02H3
MDSC02H3 Lecture 12: Lecture Notes
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Final Lecture: - The growth of the Weight Loss Industry - ...

University of Toronto Scarborough
Media Studies
MDSC02H3
Lecture 10 nov 13.docx

th Lecture 10 – November 13 ,2013 The Five Stages of Rob Ford 1.De...

University of Toronto Scarborough
Media Studies
MDSC02H3

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