A critical analysis serves as a way for you to examine the different elements of popular culture discussed in this course. For your final written assignment, discuss the media forms you have written about for your previous course portfolio essays. This essay should reflect upon your experience studying each form, and make distinctions as to how each one of them uniquely reflects American popular culture.
Your essay should attempt to answer the following:
- How are all of these forms of media connected through popular culture?
- Is there one form of media that in your opinion is more powerful in affecting its audiences than the others?
- Is there one medium that is more problematic for American culture than the others?
Your thesis should include the answer to one of the questions above, and be the focus of your essay. Evidence of library research is required.
This essay should be 2-3 pages, in APA style, utilizing the college’s library resources. Please include at least one scholarly resource as a minimum in your essay.
Pick a real person, group, business, entity, religious faction, nation, or organization and build a PowerPoint (7-10 slides) brief discussing how you would go about discrediting your selection. Keep in mind WAKN has access to underground newspapers, public TV, and of course the Internet. Include a 1-page talking paper*with information from your briefing and on the target and the processes you will use to discredit them. Your brief must be convincing, avoid generic blasts such as, “OSHA is horrible because of all their regulations.” This just does not fit with the process of discrediting through misinformation.
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