Book Title: Difference, Power, and Discrimination in Film and Media: Student Essays

Book Description: An open pedagogy project of student-authored essays to help readers develop a better understanding of the ways that narrative media like movies and television represent issues of difference, power, and discrimination in American culture, both today and in the past.

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Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial

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Book Description

An open pedagogy project of student-authored essays to help readers, particularly high school and college students interested in movies and television, develop a better understanding of the ways that narrative media like movies and television represent issues of difference, power, and discrimination in American culture, both today and in the past. Authors are students in English 223: Difference, Power, and Discrimination in Film course at Linn-Benton Community College in Albany, Oregon taught by Dr. Stephen Rust.

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Media studies

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Title
Difference, Power, and Discrimination in Film and Media: Student Essays
License

Original student analyses are published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 License. Unless otherwise indicated, third-party images, clips, and other materials quoted in this book are included under fair use.

Primary Subject
Media studies
Additional Subject(s)
Film history, theory or criticism, Media studies: TV and society
Publisher
Linn-Benton Community College
Ebook ISBN
978-1-63635-079-0