commentary needs to be word processed, well presented, legible, have your name/student number on it and be a total of 250 words in length, plus or minus 10% and each commentary must include:
A reference: full bibliographic information
A commentary: explanatory paragraphs containing:
a) summary of the main arguments or ideas presented by the author
b) critique or evaluation of the source s usefulness, reliability, objectivity or bias, and a comparison with other sources
c) reflection on how the source fits into your study of media and visual cultures
First pargaraph about around 250 words
Hall, Stuart, Encoding/Decoding in Stuart Hall et al. (eds.), Culture, Media, Language (New York: Routledge, 1980) 128138.
Berger, John, Chapter 3, Ways of Seeing (Harmondsworth etc: Penguin Books, 1981) 4564
Second paragraph about 250 word
Adorno, Theodor and Max Horkheimer, The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception July Monday, 2011.http://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/adorno/1944/culture industry.htm (accessed 11/07/2011).
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