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New Trends in New Media Cultural Critique: Pinterest & Femininity by Kierra Dye

I chose to critique the topic of “new trends in new media” to examine what social networking sites dictate about identity. Douglas Kellner said the following in his article “Cultural Studies, Multiculturalism, and Media Culture”: “media culture provide materials out of which we forge our very identities; our sense of selfhood; our notion of what […]

Kierra Dye’s Pinterest Reflection

I have had a Pinterest account since the website required someone who already had an account to invite you to join the Pinterest community. I have had many positive experiences while using the website and have found some information very useful. For example, my mom set a hot compress on her side table, which causes […]

#ChelseaLately Live Tweeting by Kierra Dye

I chose to follow the live tweets of Chelsea Handler’s late-night talk show, Chelsea Lately because she and her round-table of comedian friends comment on pop culture and news stories. I thought that the content of the tweets would depict fandom or anti-fandom as well as relate to other topics we discuss in class. Chelsea […]

(dis)ability in the media

By Kierra Dye The theme I chose to focus on is (dis)ability. [To clarify, I prefer to use (dis)ability because ability is subjective, so a person may view themselves as fully able-bodied while someone else may have the same body and view themselves as having a disability.] The media world is becoming more diverse and […]

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