Chapter 4: Critical approach to response to a media text
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[4.1] Critical Approaches to Response to a Media Text
[4.2] Applying critical perspectives to an ad
[4.3] Rhetorical/Audience Analysis
[4.4] Semiotic/Narrative Analysis
[4.5] Poststructuralist Analysis: Interrogating Language Categories
[4.6] Critical Discourse Analysis
[4.7] Psychoanalytic Theories
[4.8] Feminist Criticism
[4.9] Postmodern Theory
[4.10] Postcolonial Theory
[4.11] Final Task
Poststructuralist analysis: Interrogating language categories
[4.5.1] Michael Peters: Postructuralism and Education
[4.5.2] Click here for more information on poststructualism.
[4.5.3] John Lye: Some Poststructuralist Assumptions
[4.5.4] The NCTE Chalkface Series: high school textbooks applying poststructuralist analysis to literary and media texts
[4.5.5] Jacqueline Podolski: ReadWriteThink: He Said/She Said: Analyzing Gender Roles through Dialogue: analysis of gender categories and stereotypes
For further reading on poststructuralist theory:
Belsey, B. (2002). Poststructuralism: A very short Introduction. New York: Oxford University Press.
Bannet, E. T. (1989). Structuralism and the logic of dissent: Barthes, Derrida, Foucault, Lacan. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
Palmer, D. (1997). Structuralism and poststructuralism for beginners. New York: Writers and Readers.