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Researching the media and cultural studies

Research into media and cultural studies is increasing within Britain and the USA. This is an interesting topic to explore, as the research carried out leads to the decisions of what media is used and what is exposed to the public. 427 more words

PR And The Media

rhetorical analysis prompt

This is a two-page handout I used in an upper-level course called “Theory and Practice of Expository Writing” at Hunter College. As you’ll see in the various (and rapid) deadlines, this version is from a compressed summer session, which met for four days a week for five weeks. 90 more words

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What's this all for? Introduction to Gender and Sexuality

The introduction to Gender & Sexuality for Beginners (GSFB) by Jaimee Garbacik is one of the first exposures I’ve had to reading and learning about Gender and Sexuality, aside from what we’ve read out of… 442 more words

Rhetorical Analysis

Class, Tuesday, 3/17

Peer Review: So, just like we practiced, today in groups you’ll respond to each other’s drafts. Keep the assignment sheet out to reference as needed and bear in mind what we focused on last class. 234 more words

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Drafting Web Essay

What I Did…

Today I began drafting my web essay using the Writer/Designer analysis questions as a guide. I decided that I was going to break up the essay into four different sections: General Overview & Rhetorical Analysis, Design Choices & Modes of Communication, Affordances & Constraints, and Presentation & Conclusion. 180 more words

Project 3: Interrogate An Interface

What to expect from Jamiee Garback (G&SFB)

In the book Gender & Sexuality For Beginners by, Jaimee Garback the introductory chapter gives the readers a good sense of who the author is, why she is writing it, and what she hopes the reader gains from the book. 537 more words

Exploring G&S

Class, Thursday, 3/12

How to Write the Rhetorical Analysis Essay

Brainstorming:

– Split into groups based on the Arak essay you have chosen. Articulate the piece’s audience, genre, and purpose. 223 more words

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