This post may aswell be famous…

Andy Warhol was a public figure that was noticed by a vast majority of the world. Not only did he get noticed for what he was formerly known for, being a celebrated pop-artist, focusing on everyday objects such as the Campbell soup can, but his acquisition of fame happened notably towards the end of his career, his fascination... Continue Reading →

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American Apparel… Controversy

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/aa/79/0b/aa790b5029fc072526225018aeb9574c.jpg American Apparel is almost known for its notorious advertisements, the representation of women in the media has always been exploitive. It has, throughout the years, reduced women to being nothing more than objects to be won and prizes to be shown off. It has also created a definition of beauty that women compare them... Continue Reading →

Current Media Anxieties

    http://www.getmilked.com/comics/DontWorryDesensitizedViolence.html The media has formed different anxieties about the negative outcomes it has on its consumers. In today’s society current mass media production is being debated on whether the media is victimising children into behaving violently. Albert Bandura's theory suggests that the children are taught violence by their surroundings. In Albert Bandura's social learning theory, children observe the... Continue Reading →

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