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Media Theory

This page is dedicated to Media Studies, but I dare not mention that in the menu bar or else I shall be accused of watering down the thinking skills of the youth of our nation. Over the years I have posted various resources on various sites and this is an attempt to create one place to find most that is relevant. Also click on the image and get a pdf on simple semiotics.

So first off is a simple presentation to introduce narrative theories for you to interpret as simply or with as greater complexity as you like.

And if you struggle with passive audiences here’s an explanation!

More to follow!

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