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232. Approaches to Studying Audiences

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The aims of this Media Studies Factsheet are:

  • To provide an introduction to the main theoretical approaches to audience common across A-Level Media Studies specifications, which can then form the basis of further study.
  • To evaluate the original uses of these approaches and to consider how they may be applied to contemporary media.
  • To enable you to explore applying these approaches to the products you are studying for your course.

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January 2022

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