Symbolic Interactionist Perspective Media Analysis

Mar 11th, 2015
Price: $20 USD

Question description

To focus on nonverbal and symbolic behavior, this assignment requires that you mute the volume of the television for a program’s duration.

Select a television program that you know contains social inequality or social class themes.

Prepare a 700 word analysis of the program in which you complete the following:

  • Provide a brief introduction that includes the program’s title, describes the type of program, and explains which social theme you are addressing.
  • Describe and explain scenes that apply to the social theme.
  • Identify all observed body language, facial expressions, gestures, posture stances, modes of dress, nonverbal cues, symbols, and any other observed nonverbal forms of communication in the scenes.
  • Explain your interpretation of the meanings of the identified nonverbal communications and symbolism.
  • Summarize how these interpretations are important to the sociological understanding of your chosen social inequality or social class theme.
  • Suggest how your interpretation of the respective meanings might be generalized to society as a whole.
  • Provide a conclusion that summarizes the key points in your analysis.

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