Anything from this list will be suitable. Your first task is to spend some time looking for a piece that interests you. Studio or network web sites will be a good place to start to browse titles. The age group ranges from toddler through high school +, so your choices are quite vast. Choose a piece that you can view multiple times. Perhaps you already own a copy, or you can utilize a variety of online platforms, i.e. Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu Plus, etc. The City University of New York library or the New York public library are also good places to borrow your film or program. Also check the online network website for free streaming options.
2. Watch your piece of media again, with an eye to the following. Make sure you take detailed notes, including quotes from the text (film, program) to support your points. You will be looking for:
* In what ways does Disney or other corporations send messages of gender? What is the corporation saying about what it means to be a “boy” or “girl”? How are males and females positioned in this film or program? How does Disney or other physically portray males and females? Who are the most powerful characters?
* In what ways does Disney or other send messages of race and social class? According to your program, how race and social class represented?
* How does your media define childhood, national identity, history, beauty, truth?
*What is the role of violence or aggression? Who is represented in these actions?
* What does your program say about schooling? What counts in school? How is learning portrayed?
* Are elements of cognition at work in this film? Meaning, as a result of watching this program, is cognition improved or enhanced?
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