Research Cycle

 Vol 5|No 5|June|2009
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Questioning Video, Film, Advertising and Propaganda:

Media Messages

By Jamie McKenzie

In this article Jame suggests that all students must learn as part of media literacy to understand a list of video, film and advertising devices employed to influence the viewer.

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