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4. Representing the World

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This Media Studies Factsheet provides an introduction to the study of Media Representations:
• What is representation?
• The Construction and Mediation of Representations.
• Audiences perceptions of representations – including:
• The reflective.
• The intentional.
• The constructionist approaches.
• Why do we need to consider representations?

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September 2006

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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