by Neil Andersen and Diana Maliszewski This is the saga of a song. The melody and lyrics have remained intact, yet its long list of performers and audiences have profoundly changed its experience [...]
One of the most compelling aspects of media studies involves sites of struggle. Sites of struggle are social phenomena that become arenas for changing values and behaviours. They include fashion, [...]
by Neil Andersen. Emojis are ideograms and smileys used in electronic messages and Web pages. (Wikipedia) Their uses are growing rapidly, especially in texting, to graphically represent ideas and [...]
by Neil Andersen In Metaphors We Live By, cognitive linguist George Lakoff explains that most of our language is metaphorical. This is especially true when we are discussing abstract ideas rather [...]
Being discriminated against “is correlated w/poor mental-health outcomes across ALL ages & when youth of color experience discrimination, their sleep, academic performance, & self-esteem suffer. Experiencing discrimination can even alter gene expression across the life span.” https://twitter.com/VanessaEGreenwd/status/1320028373742125058
How does the ad invite different meanings for ‘privacy?’
How is that effective marketing?
Which audiences might be more/less responsive to privacy protections?
What prior knowledge might audiences bring to this ad?
How does #medialiteracy help Ss & Ts cope with the stress of the new learning and teaching environments?
Hear @MzMollyTL, @ccatwell, & @JLee_TDSB with @arc3 and @mediasee on Mediacy 8:00 ET October 26