Heinmann Media VCE Unit 1-4 (SB/Reader) (3E)
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Chapter 1: Constructed realities 1.1 Constructing Realities 1.2 Constructing Values 1.3 Constructing Gender 1.4 Constructing reality 1.5 Reality and Reality TV 1.6 Media Reality and Hyper-reality Chapter summary and assessment tasks Chapter 2: Media and Change 2.1 A brief history of mass media 2.2 Copyright and change 2.3 Social networking 2.4 Data and change 2.5 Creativity and change 2.6 The rise of digital filmmaking 2.7 The changing face of news and publishing 2.8 The future of television 2.9 Video games Chapter summary and assessment tasks Chapter 3: Investigating narrative 3.1 Narratives 3.2 Narrative and story in film and television 3.3 Photography narrative and style 3.4 Storytelling and print Chapter summary and assessment tasks Chapter 4: Media forms and narratives in production 4.1 Media form and narrative design 4.2 Roles and Stages in media creation 4.3 Issues in media production Chapter summary and assessment tasks Chapter 5: Australian stories 5.1 History of Australian Screen Stories 5.2 Creating Australian stories 5.3 Indigenous Australian Stories 5.4 Diversity of Australian Stories Chapter summary and assessment tasks Chapter 6: Narratives and ideology 6.1 Media narratives 6.2 Narrative and storytelling conventions 6.3 Technical codes 6.4 Non-fiction narrative 6.5 Narrative and ideology Chapter summary and assessment tasks Chapter 7: Media Production and design 7.1 The production design plan 7.2 Film 7.3 Documentary film 7.4 Animation 7.5 Audio 7.6 Photography 7.7 Print Chapter summary and assessment tasks Chapter 8: Agency and control 8.1 Relationships: Audiences, producers and institutions 8.2 Direct effect trend theories 8.3 Limited effect trend theories 8.4 Cultural studies trend theories 8.5 Media influence research and evidence 8.6 Media Regulation and Control 8.7 Media and agency Chapter summary and assessment tasks
- : 9781488619489
- : Pearson Education Australia
- : Heinemann
- : November 2017
- : books
- : Roger Dunscombe; Victoria Giummarra; Brett Lamb; Kevin Tibaldi; Robert Young
- : Mixed media product
- : 302.23076
- : 306