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CINE 121 Lecture 10: Lecture #10
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101518 Conclusions on Children, Media and Society Australian media and communications authority (ACMA) - Children means people younger than 14 years of age (ACMA 2009). A licensee must - Broadcast in each year a total of C...

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CINE 121 Lecture 9: Lecture #9
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10818 Active Audience Passive Audiences - Passive audiences are weak, vulnerable, deceived uninformed, innocent, inactive, duped, unaware, uneducated. - Psychological passivity rather than physical passivity - Relationship...

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CINE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Commodification, Body Image, Consumerism
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91018 Commodification of Audiences *Rojek (2001) - Ascribed - Achieved - Attributed *Bonner and Marshal - Children as consumers - The commodified child audience - Disney - Nickelodeon Children as consumers - Susan Linn- wr...

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CINE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Celebrity Branding
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9318 Celebritization of Children What is Celebrity? - It has been said that celebrities serve the same function that ancient gods did, but there is a difference. People created gods to explain thingslightning, deaththat th...

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CINE 121 Lecture 6: Lecture #6
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81318 Regulation and Policy Very special audience in assessment 1 Acma know for all assessments Media effects model - Moral panics, according to cohen (1972) are when a particular issue is seen as a threat to social norms ...

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CINE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Youth Culture
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8618 Saving Children and Youth: Constructing and Reconstructing Childhood and Youth in the Media What is a child? - When you think of children, what comes to mid, - Young, small, developing, vulnerable, innocent - Western ...

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CINE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Peer Pressure, Human Nature, John Everett Millais
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73018 The social construction of childhood No gays Women = housewives How altered and changed Varying Concepts of childhood - Childhood is period of physical and intellectual growth from infancy to adulthood - Concepts of ...

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CINE 121 Lecture 3: Lecture #3
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72318 Children, Media, and Society What are the media? - The media include a whole host of modern communication systems, for example, cinema, television, newspapers, magazines, advertisements, and radio. They also include ...

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CINE 121
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CINE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Access Games
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find more resources at oneclass.com Creativity, Culture, and Commerce: Producing Australian Childrens Television with Public Value by: Anna Potter ...

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CINE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Karen Brooks
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find more resources at oneclass.com Consuming Innocence: Popular Culture and Our Children By: Karen Brooks (cont) A....

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CINE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Television Consumption, G. F. Newman, Food Marketing
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Creativity, Culture, and Commerce: Producing Australian Childrens Television with Public Value by: Anna Potter Chapter 3: A Very Special Audience: Children and Television - The proliferation in television services and plat...

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CINE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Musical Notation, Computer Language, Spoken Language
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Chapter 1: Defining Children, Media, and Culture (cont) A. Chronological age versus maturity - How we define childhood is strongly linked to chronological age in ways that are not always consistent - Ex: high schoolers (yo...

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CINE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Paternalism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
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Chapter 1: Defining Children, Media, and Culture - Two pervasive media discourses about children and the young: 1. That they are a problem, particularly when they are poor, exploited, and come from disadvantaged background...

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CINE 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Tracking Shot, Long Shot, Camera Angle

Mise-en-scene: the arrangement of scenery and stage properties in a play. - Setting - Compositon - Lighting - Costume/makeup - Acting and choreographing Cinematography - Shot - ...

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The Catcher in the Rye - Reference Guides

TM permacharts The Catcher in the Rye BackgroundSummary Holden Caulfield, a 16yearold New Yorker, is telling a psychoanalyst in HAPTER ONEHAPTER SEVENHAPTER THIRTEENHAPTER TWENTY CCCC California about several days the prev...

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The Great Gatsby - Reference Guides

TM permacharts The Great Gatsby SettingCharacters Story develops through the spring, Also New York City and the valley of ICK CARRAWAYAY GATSBY NJ summer, and fall of 1922ashes, which separates Long Island Plot character D...

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The Merchant of Venice - Reference Guides

TM permacharts The Merchant of Venice StructureThemes AIN PLOTONEYRIENDSHIPPPEARANCE VS. INNER WORTH MMFA Act IIntroduction Presentation of setting, main Antonio is the most clear symbol of friendship Basis for central plo...

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