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Analysing Media Texts (with DVD) (Understanding Media)

  • 160 Pages
  • 2.19 MB
  • 267 Downloads
  • English
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Open University Press
Media Studies, Non-Classifiable, Social Science, Sociology, Discourse analysis, Mass media criticism, Semi
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10562145M
ISBN 100335218873
ISBN 139780335218875

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Analysing genre. Different media texts have codes and conventions which can be used to analyse genre. Part of. Media Studies.

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This book examines the analysis of media texts from a number of perspectives: semiotics, narrative, genre, discourse and content analysis, and the politics of representation.

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