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08 Apr 2015

The Film, "Class Action" - Problem Based Learning Task

Case study - 3 pages - Film studies

The film, “Class Action” by Michael Apted (1991) is a legal/law -themed movie that is concerned with injuries that a defective automobile causes. The lawsuit takes a rather interesting dimension when it becomes apparent that the defence attorney and the plaintiff's attorney have...

30 Mar 2015

Stereotypes in Humor - The Comic Dimension of Human Experience

Case study - 5 pages - Film studies

In the popular television series, the 2 and ½ Men, the issue of differences of humor as a function of the social and economic stature of the person to whom the humor is directed emerges. Walden is a rich man and Allen harper is a parasite who lives off Walden and other people (2 and ½ Men). Humor...

19 Feb 2015

Facebook - Technical Report

Case study - 6 pages - Journalism

The report is about Facebook as one of the major social networking software.The purpose of the report is to describe the effects of the use of Facebook globally mainly concentrating on the communication aspect as demonstrated by Facebook that it is now used a major communication tool. The effects...

30 Jan 2015

Profile of theatre in columnists

Case study - 7 pages - Film studies

Lucio Ribeiro, 41, a columnist for specialized leaf in pop music and film, he was also a DJ, edited the magazine "Capricho" and has a column in the "Bizz". He wrote for the BBC on Wednesday's. Lucio Ribeiro ensured that the cultural journalist, as well as any other journalist from another...

30 Jan 2015

Professionalism in journalism

Case study - 5 pages - Journalism

The emergence of new communication technologies offers the recontextualization of a large set of spheres of collective experience, their knowledge and practices. Journalism is one of these spheres, constituted as a specialized competence within the field of social narratives, which, from the...

30 Jan 2015

Gender journalism

Case study - 7 pages - Journalism

To Cremilda Medina, belief in Journalism is "[...] the fact commented and evaluated on a demonstrative argument" (MEDINA, 1988 p.70). The author proposes a mood board where points as categories of journalistic production information, expanded information and opinion expressed, considered...

30 Jan 2015

The Journalism integration and strengthening of cultural life

Case study - 5 pages - Journalism

In a study on the press in the first decades of the twentieth century, Karina Woitowicz Janz (2003) provides some clues that can indicate how the scheduled culture and built with and by the action of the daily, from the most important newspaper of the case study circulated in Curitiba (circa...

29 Jan 2015

Journal Article Analysis: Connectivity and Work Dominance: Panacea or Pariah?

Case study - 3 pages - Journalism

Work-connecting technologies (WCT) have significantly changed the face of work and still have a brilliant facilitative potential. Yet, WCT more than often aggravates such tendencies as working for longer hours especially in young professionals. This connectivity provides a constant availability...

29 Jan 2015

Integrated Marketing Communication

Case study - 6 pages - Journalism

Integrated marketing communication is a term that implies the application of constant brand messaging across a variety of marketing channels. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the impact that internet marketing would have in facilitating internet marketing communication in the case of...

23 Jan 2015

Celebrating New Year becomes pop-cultural celebrity

Case study - 4 pages - Arts and art history

New Year's Eve is a day that people celebrate the end of the year gone by and welcomes a new year (Mercer (34). There are mixed feeling amongst the people all over the word. Most people will experience a state of nostalgia by reflecting on the incidences and events that happened in the lives all...

23 Jan 2015

Cultural Journalism - the importance of critical theatre

Case study - 12 pages - Journalism

This study analyzed the theme "the profile of theater columnists and critics working in Brazilian journalism." The objective of this study was to survey the theater columnists acting in major journalistic vehicles. He was later approached by the professional curriculum, the formation of the most...

16 Jan 2015

Comparative media analysis

Case study - 3 pages - Arts and art history

This paper is a rhetoric and cultural analysis of different ways of passing on a message using set of objects multiple media. The multiple media will be passing on the same message and the rhetoric and cultural analysis will show the similarity or difference in how the message is perceived in...

25 Nov 2014

Opposing values in American thought as depicted in films

Case study - 4 pages - Arts and art history

In a world where movie directors and filmmakers are building a name for themselves Robert Ray in A Tendency of the Hollywood Cinema(1930-1980) tries to show the need for filmmakers to produce movies that every person can relate. Ray emphasizes on the need for commitment in both plot and...

24 Nov 2014

Growing Change, Offering a Solution to World Hunger-Movie review

Case study - 4 pages - Film studies

Growing Change, a film by Simon Cunich, is a documentary investigating the current food system and solution to world hunger. The film documents the current food system by trying to understand why a lot of people goes hungry every day. The film begins by an investigating the long-time underlying...

16 Sep 2014

The Audience Study of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

Case study - 7 pages - Film studies

The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater company was found in 1958 by an African American ‘'dancer, choreographer and visionary'' named Alvin Ailey (https://www.facebook.com/AlvinAileyAmericanDanceTheater/info). Ailey vision was to establish a multi-racial dance center where internationally...

15 Sep 2014

Controlling organized crime paper

Case study - 3 pages - Journalism

Although the amount of information available to investigators on organized crime has increased due to the increasing number of crime activities, crime has also evolved significantly,and the law enforcement units have a large amount of information to keep. The significant collection of information...

12 Sep 2014

Erin Brockovich

Case study - 2 pages - Film studies

“Erin Brockovich,” is a film that stirred echoes in my mind about the capacities of human nature. Erin herself, as represented in the movie, was an American legal clerk with no formal legal training. Through her involvement in the law firm of Masry, she becomes an advocate for...

11 Sep 2014

Pan's Labyrinth by Warner Bros: Film review

Case study - 5 pages - Film studies

“Pan's Labyrinth” is a film released by Warner Bros. Pictures International, Pan-Europeene and Telecino movie production companies. It is a property of Picturehouse Production Company, based in North America. The film is directed and written by Guillermo Del Toro who is also one of its...

05 Sep 2014

The essence of Nurturing Artistic talent in School

Case study - 3 pages - Journalism

Every reputable author knows that the success of any literary work lays in convincing the reader to view issues from the author's viewpoint. Persuasion is the key to conviction. The article I chose for this context is Lynda Barry's ‘The Sanctuary of School.' Barry brings to light the...

05 Sep 2014

Apocalypticism in film-Understanding Human Nature

Case study - 6 pages - Film studies

The need to comprehend the humanity continues to gain momentum in the contemporary society. Philosophers and Psychologists continue to analyze the views of human nature to all human beings (Frey 17). Consequently, studies into the nature of human beings have been a part of western philosophical...

02 Sep 2014

Role of Women in Both the Taming Of the Shrew and Ten Things I Hate About You

Case study - 2 pages - Arts and art history

The play ‘Taming the Shrew' is set in a tavern in the English countryside where a drunken beggar, Christopher argues with a hostess over his disorderly conduct. Sly is so high that he passes out on the ground where a local lord decides to teach him a lesson. He is dressed up like a nobleman...

02 Sep 2014

Ethnic Studies Race, Identity, and Film

Case study - 3 pages - Film studies

In the application of the term representation in this scenario reflects on the establishment of positions in media studies in which objects of analysis are not selective to some instances of reality, but reflect more on issues regarding racism. These are signifying objects articulated within...

25 Aug 2014

Introduction to Filming- Analysis of "I Think I Love My Wife" by Chris Rock

Case study - 4 pages - Film studies

Most people have watched the film and wished it would never end. This is because of it being captivating. A good film should arouse the emotions of the viewer be they negative or positive (Sinyard, 2013). The foundation of the movie makes all the difference in how we perceive it. This implies...

19 Aug 2014

Analysis of mass communication product- Gangnam Style, dance song & Quote, by PSY from South Korea

Case study - 2 pages - Journalism

Gangnam Style is a pop dance song written and performed by South Korean singer, Park Jae Sung, known by his stage name PSY. The song was released in 2012 and since the video has received the attention of more than eight million viewers that have generated a number of satires. The song Gangnam...

13 Aug 2014

Substance abuse in the media

Case study - 4 pages - Journalism

Differing from the traditional advertising, the depictions from the media regarding the legal drugs do not invite any criticism since they are regarded to be positive and not as an advert. The outcome portrays mixed messages to young people about these substances, significantly contributed by the...

12 Aug 2014

Eminem: Case study

Case study - 3 pages - Journalism

Hip Hop is often associated with black artists. They rap about segregation and use derogatory language in their work. Therefore, it is no surprise that this genre is mostly popular among the Blacks and colored people, specifically the low-income groups. The segregation is so intense that it was...

12 Aug 2014

How violent television programs affects firearm control legislation?

Case study - 8 pages - Film studies

Globally, violent crime television programs have increased; this has had a widespread effect on the society, positively and negatively. Negative effects of violent television became a major concern after broadcasting began in the United States in 1946. From previous studies viewing of violent...

12 Aug 2014

Article Review: Is Harry Potter Evil

Case study - 2 pages - Film studies

For a number of years, American schools have been under pressure to restrict their students from accessing certain readings, which are deemed objectionable by individuals on moral, ethnic, racial or religious grounds. People understand that any work is potentially open to attacks for any given...

04 Aug 2014

Film Analysis Paper: The Twilight Samurai

Case study - 2 pages - Film studies

“The Twilight Samurai is a Japanese film released on November 2, 2002 where Yoji Yamada was the director. It was set during the middle of the nineteenth Century, some years before the event of the Meiji Restoration. The film explains the life that Seibei Iguchi, who was a low-class samurai...

25 Jul 2014

Guidelines for ANTH 220 Film Review, Film: "Paris is Burning"

Case study - 2 pages - Film studies

famous dancing styles called “Voguing” started being performed publicly. The dancers started performing in more daring places such as mainstream club. The dancers poses like vogue models and perform dancing moves which resembled Egyptian hieroglyphics during Voguing. This crates...

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