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208. End of Audience Theories

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The aims of this Media Studies Factsheet are:

  • To introduce you to the theorists and arguments that collectively make up an ‘end of audience’ approach to the study of media audiences, relevant to all exam boards at A Level.
  • To understand the principles of end of audience study, and to be able to apply these in an independent way to the texts you encounter on your course.

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April 2020

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