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MEDIA THEORY FOR A LEVEL : the essential revision guide

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出版者 London : Routledge
出版年 2019
大きさ 1 online resource (241 p.)
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Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Media language; 1 Semiotics: Roland Barthes; Concept 1: denotation and connotation; Concept 2: the media's ideological effect; 2 Structuralism: Claude Lévi-Strauss; Concept 1: binary oppositions; Concept 2: binary oppositions and ideological significance; 3 Narratology: Tzvetan Todorov; Concept 1: the three act ideal; Concept 2: the ideological effects of story structure; 4 Genre theory: Steve Neale; Concept 1: repetition and difference; Concept 2: industry effects on genre-driven content
5 Postmodernism: Jean BaudrillardKey concept: the real and the hyperreal; Media representation; 6 Representation: Stuart Hall; Concept 1: media representation processes; Concept 2: stereotypes and power; 7 Postcolonial theory: Paul Gilroy; Concept 1: racial binaries, otherness and civilisationism; Concept 2: the legacy of Empire and British identity; 8 Feminist theory: Liesbet van Zoonen; Concept 1: the female body as spectacle; Concept 2: masculinity in the media; 9 Intersectionality: bell hooks; Concept 1: interconnected oppression; Concept 2: hooks' call to action
10 Gender as performance: Judith ButlerConcept 1: gendered identities are constructed through repetition and ritual; Concept 2: gender subversion and gendered hierarchies; 11 Media and identity: David Gauntlett; Concept 1: traditional and post-traditional media consumption; Concept 2: reflexive identity construction; Media industries; 12 Ownership effects: James Curran and Jean Seaton; Concept 1: media concentration; Concept 2: effects of concentration on media content; Concept 3: diverse ownership creates diverse products; 13 Regulation: Sonia Livingstone and Peter Lunt
Concept 1: citizen and consumer models of media regulationConcept 2: regulation in the globalised media age; 14 The culture industry: David Hesmondhalgh; Concept 1: maximising profits and minimising risks; Concept 2: the effects of the internet revolution are difficult to diagnose; Media audiences; 15 Media modelling effects: Albert Bandura; Concept 1: violent behaviours are learned through modelling; Concept 2: audiences copy media modelling; 16 Cultivation theory: George Gerbner; Concept 1: fear cultivation; Concept 2: media consumption leads audiences to accept mainstream ideologies
17 Reception theory: Stuart HallConcept 1: encoding and decoding; Concept 2: dominant, negotiated and oppositional decoding; 18 Fandom: Henry Jenkins; Concept 1: fan appropriation; Concept 2: audience-producer convergence in the digital age; Concept 3: fans use participatory culture to effect wider social change; 19 The end of audience: Clay Shirky; Concept 1: everybody makes the media; Concept 2: everyday communities of practice; Works cited; Index
Media Theory for A Level provides a comprehensive introduction to the 19 academic theories required for A Level Media study. From Roland Barthes to Clay Shirky, from structuralism to civilisationism, this revision book explains the core academic concepts students need to master to succeed in their exams. Each chapter includes: Comprehensive explanations of the academic ideas and theories specified for GCE Media study. Practical tasks designed to help students apply theoretical concepts to unseen texts and close study products/set texts. Exemplar applications of theories to set texts and close study products for all media specifications (AQA, Eduqas, OCR and WJEC). Challenge activities designed to help students secure premium grades. Glossaries to explain specialist academic terminology. Revision summaries and exam preparation activities for all named theorists. Essential knowledge reference tables. Media Theory for A Level is also accompanied by the essentialmediatheory.com website that contains a wide range of supporting resources. Accompanying online material includes: Revision flashcards and worksheets. A comprehensive bank of exemplar applications that apply academic theory to current set texts and close study products for all media specifications. Classroom ready worksheets that teachers can use alongside the book to help students master essential media theory. Help sheets that focus on the application of academic theory to unseen text components of A Level exams
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著者標目 *Dixon, Mark
件 名 LCSH:Mass media--Examinations--Study guides
分 類 LCC:P90
DC23:302.2301
書誌ID 8000279071
ISBN 9780429628566
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