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    Media Texts, Brands, and Identity: “For Him Magazine” (FHM Magazine) In this essay I will firstly introduce the magazine I am discussing, and talk about ideas of representations and gender in their issues, and also how it in effect they market themselves as a brand that articulates identity. FHM magazine stands for “For Him Magazine”; its core target audience is males 25-35. The magazine is produced monthly at the cost of £3.40 per issue. FHM is now on global release as it publishes 27

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    Response to media text

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    In the 1800s, women in the United States had few legal rights and did not have the right to vote. In 1872, Susan B. Anthony, served on the business committee of the National Women’s Rights Convention and spoke on the necessity of the dissemination of the matter on women’s rights and was arrested for illegally voting. Although, after her arrest and before her trial she got the chance to address her speech in more than 20 places in Ontario and all 29 of the towns and villages in Monroe County, where

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    Analysis of 2pac's Letter to My Unborn Child and Nas Featuring R. Kelly's Did You Ever Fink Introduction ============ There are many different media texts and are showed in many different ways such as Television: - Sound, words, pictures, movie clips. Newspaper: - pictures, detailed sentences (attract the readers attention) sub headings (catch eye of readers). Flyers: - little advertisements (inform people about up coming events e.g. discos, parties trips and events) written in very brief

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    Comparison of Two Media Texts I am going to compare two articles about medical testing on animals. One is a newspaper article written by Polly Toynbee and is called ‘Sorry, but I think dying people are more important than dumb animals,’ this was published in the Guardian. The other is a leaflet with the title ‘It’s a crying shame’ which is design for animal aid. The Guardian news article is for medical testing on animals. The Animal Aid is against medical testing on animals. Both texts are aimed

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    Analyzing Three Printed Media Texts All three of the advertisements in hand are offering holidays in the same place but are targeting different target audiences and certain aspects that would appeal to that target audience. All advertisements are targeting social groups B, C and C1. The first of the three extracts is an advertisement for person's aged eighteen to thirty, called 'Club 18-30'. The layout of this text is very bold and eye-catching. With fun, crimped headings and sub-headings

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    Shrek and His Modern Princess

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    Shrek makes myriad allusions to various other texts. These allusions are usually presented as a parody of an original text, in which the makers of Shrek imitate the style of the parodied texts. Their re-creation of these hypotexts (Dentith 36) involves subverting key aspects of the original texts, setting up incongruities between what the audience expects to see and what actually takes place. The focus is thus brought to the audience, as writers of media texts write based on assumptions that they make

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    states can be brought on a macroscopic scale to media text. In particular, "nightmares" of individuals, can be related to the semiological analysis of a given media text in relation to dominant ideology and culture in general. His main points in this are twofold, first is to point out that the more horrible and "nightmarish" a media scenario (i.e. story) is, the more difficult it is to de-construct the ideological markers that serve as the basis for the text. The second, and perhaps more important,

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    Assessment of the Claim that Media Texts Reproduce Racist Ideologies The Mass Media plays an important role in social and cultural ideologies and can easily change them through time. “British Broadcasting literally mediates the politics of race, ethnicity and cultural identity.” Hall (1988:257) The Mass Media can shape representations and people’s ideologies about ethnic minorities in either a positive or negative way. The media instigates the communication of dominant ideologies and

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    Intertextuality

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    intertextuality challenge E.D. Hirsch’s idea that a text has a single meaning created by its author? Explain with reference to examples drawn from any media format. According to American literary critic, E.D. Hirsch, in order to interpret a body of text, one must ask one’s self the only question that can be answered objectively – “what, in all probability, did the author mean to convey?” He believed that the author’s intended meaning equates the meaning of a text and it is in fact, the reader’s duty to uncover

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    Hypertext Fiction

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    reader and the author of a text. With printed text, the reader has a clearly defined role, where he or she takes in the story exactly as it is told with no say as to where it is going or how they should interpret it. With the development of hypertext fiction, the reader can cross the line into being a sort of author by deciding between options in the story. The reader can create a story suited to them within the boundaries of the hypertext piece as a whole. When a printed text is read, the author becomes

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