Please provide an answer that is 100% original and do not copy the answer to thi

Please provide an answer that is 100% original and do not copy the answer to this question from any other website since I am already well aware of this. I will be sure to check this.
Please be sure that the answer comes up with way less than 18% on Studypool’s internal plagiarism checker since anything above this is not acceptable according to Studypool’s standards. I will not accept answers that are above this standard.
No AI or Chatbot! I will be sure to check this.
Have you ever subscribed to a newspaper or magazine? When you are in a waiting room with magazines, which ones are you likely to read? Are you likely to stay in bed on Sunday and read the newspaper? Most of us have a favorite magazine or newspaper, even if we are not a subscriber. In this assignment, you will take a deep look into the history of your favorite publication.
Select your favorite newspaper or magazine and research its history for this assignment.
Write a 500-word summary of the history of your selected publication and the evolution of that type of media.
Address the following questions in your summary:
When was the publication first published?
Who founded the publication, and where was it first published?
Who was the original intended audience?
How has the content (e.g., photos, articles, advertisements) changed over time?
What impact, if any, has the publication had on American culture?
What are your predictions for how the publication will survive or advance in the future? Provide examples.
Requirements: 500 Words Times New Roman Size 12 Font Double-Spaced APA Format Excluding the Title and Reference Pages
Please provide an answer that is 100% original and do not copy the answer to this question from any other website since I am already well aware of this. I will be sure to check this.
Please be sure that the answer comes up with way less than 18% on Studypool’s internal plagiarism checker since anything above this is not acceptable according to Studypool’s standards. I will not accept answers that are above this standard.
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Please be sure to carefully follow the instructions.
No plagiarism & No Course Hero & No Chegg. The assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool.
Please be sure to include at least one in-text citation in each body paragraph.

Description: Students are expected to prepare a critical review (~750 words) of

Description:
Students are expected to prepare a critical review (~750 words) of Triangle of Sadness (2022) The review should: a) analyze the film through the lens of specific course readings (naming and citing which reading(s) you are referencing). This requires you explain specific ideas from the readings andnot just the readings’ main arguments/ themes; b) engage key discussions, and/or assess what the film is attempting (and/or how it is doing so) in terms of key elements such as content, racial and gender codings, argumentation, cultural significance, and/or method. To be discussed in detail in class.
Formal Requirements:
Word count: ~750 words excluding bibliography.
Double-space text, 12 pt, Times New Roman.
Use MLA or Chicago citation and document formatting conventions. If you must use another citation convention, please be consistent!
Do not cite outside of course materials.
Avoid lengthy direct quotations
InstructionsThe purpose of this assignment is to help students develop their critical engagement with cultural products and, as such, this review should be analytical/theoretical in nature. As with the first assignment, while students should engage the central argument and main point of the film, these responses are not meant to be merely summaries of the film.Rather they should: a) analyze the film through the lens of specific course readings assigned throughout the course (naming and citing which reading(s) you are referencing). Your review should examine how the film addresses/ relates/ troubles ideas such as those raised in our discussions throughout the course. b) engage key discussions, and/or assess what the particular film is attempting (and/or how it is doing so) in terms of key elements such as content, argumentation, cultural significance, and/or method.
Writing the Film Review1) Introduction- In the opening of your review, provide some basic information about the film. Consider the following questions: Who is the filmmaker? What does the film set out to do? How does it do so? Your introduction, which may be longer than one paragraph, should also begin to evaluate the film, and it should allude to the central concept of the review. A film review does not have to contain a formal thesis statement, but it should focus on a central analysis and assessment of particular themes.2) Description- In roughly a paragraph include a more detailed description of your particular cinematic experience watching the film. This may include your personal impression of what the film looks, feels, and sounds like. In other words, what stands out in your mind when you think about this particular film?3) Analysis- How does the thematic content (such as history, race, beauty, gender, sexuality, class, or the ability) affect your experience and interpretation? Also, do the formal techniques work to forward the thematic content? Consider the way in which the footage is spliced together. Does it ‘flow’ from shot to shot? Does the organization of the film enhances or disrupt the narrative and plot? How does the content of the documentary fit into course themes? Is it important for understanding inequality? How does the film comment on, reinforce, or even critique social and political issues at the time it was released, including questions of inequality and the media?

Goal: To make you aware of and reflect upon your current interaction with media.

Goal: To make you aware of and reflect upon your current interaction with media.
Select ONE day from the first week of the semester.
Create a detailed and easy-to-read media-use log that provides the following information for that day. Present that info in the 4 columns as shown in the model below. Scroll all the way down to see a shortened model of what your log must look like. Since this material must be a 4-column log, you can handwrite your log rather than type it if you want. If you do, you must take a photo of it and paste it into the file with your typed reflection. Whether typed or hand-written, your log needs to be easy to read, comprehensive, and follow the model.
To receive full marks for your log,you must have at least 8 entries
You must provide specific titles of TV shows. movies watched and videos games played. For shorter media texts like social media posts or songs, a general summary of the content is enough (see model for examples).Be sure to format all media titles properly (whether you type or hand write your log).
If you need help figuring out how to add your pic to your file, go here for tips.
Then, review your log and type a reflection with THREE paragraphs–one for each of the following tasks:Identify what the single most important media experience was to you, and explain why it was the most important. Push yourself to be introspective in discussing why it was so valuable.
Identify which media technology was the most important to you and explain why it was the most important to you
Reflect on specific ways your daily life would be different if that media technology (i.e., the specific technology you discussed in paragraph #2) didn’t exist. Again, push yourself to imagine an alternative universe where that technology never existed.
Before submitting your entry….Read the tips below, review the grading checklist, re-read your entry to ensure it fully satisfies ALL requirements.
For all entries this semester,check that it is double spaced
includes your name and Spring 2024 on the top,
follows all media title formatting rules.
For a reminder of all submission and formatting requirements, see the Submission Instructions section of the Media Diary page.
Upload by 11:59 pm Monday, 9/4.
Media Use Log Requirements
How to Succeed on This and All Remaining Entries
We use will use the following checklist to evaluate your entry. As you can see, it converts the requirements from the prompt into a list. If you want to earn the full 5 points, you need to satisfy EVERY requirement. Otherwise you will loose points. For a reminder of our grading system, go to the Media Diary page.
Tip 1: Look for the places where you can raise your bar for what you think it takes to satisfy a requirement fully. For example, you should ask yourself: “What can I do to show Dr. Becker that I made the effort to create a log that is easy to read and is a comprehensive summary of my day?” AND: “What does significant introspection look like? What level of introspection might Dr. Becker expect? How can I really show him that I took the time to ponder the topic?” AND: “Do I know what all of the submission requirements are for diary entries? Have I followed all of them?” (If you don’t, your entry will earn 0 points.) To review submission requirements, re-read the Media Diary page.
Tip 2: We will be using such checklists when grading all of your diary entries this semester. So when you read each weekly prompt, look for the elements that will be on our checklist and make sure you fully satisfy each. If a prompt tells you to do something or include something in your entry, it will be on our checklist. So read the prompts with care and follow the directions. Details matter.
Instructions: To submit your assignment, click on the Submit button on the right. Follow the prompts to upload your file. Make sure it is a .doc or .docx file.

Goal: To make you aware of and reflect upon your current interaction with media.

Goal: To make you aware of and reflect upon your current interaction with media.
Select ONE day from the first week of the semester.
Create a detailed and easy-to-read media-use log that provides the following information for that day. Present that info in the 4 columns as shown in the model below. Scroll all the way down to see a shortened model of what your log must look like.Since this material must be a 4-column log, you can handwrite your log rather than type it if you want. If you do, you must take a photo of it and paste it into the file with your typed reflection. Whether typed or hand-written, your log needs to be easy to read, comprehensive, and follow the model.
To receive full marks for your log,you must have at least 8 entries
You must provide specific titles of TV shows. movies watched and videos games played. For shorter media texts like social media posts or songs, a general summary of the content is enough (see model for examples).Be sure to format all media titles properly (whether you type or hand write your log).
If you need help figuring out how to add your pic to your file, go here for tips.
Then, review your log and type a reflection with THREE paragraphs–one for each of the following tasks:Identify what the single most important media experience was to you, and explain why it was the most important. Push yourself to be introspective in discussing why it was so valuable.
Identify which media technology was the most important to you and explain why it was the most important to you
Reflect on specific ways your daily life would be different if that media technology (i.e., the specific technology you discussed in paragraph #2) didn’t exist. Again, push yourself to imagine an alternative universe where that technology never existed.
Before submitting your entry….Read the tips below, review the grading checklist, re-read your entry to ensure it fully satisfies ALL requirements.
For all entries this semester,check that it is double spaced
includes your name and Spring 2024 on the top,
follows all media title formatting rules.
For a reminder of all submission and formatting requirements, see the Submission Instructions section of the Media Diary page.
Upload by 11:59 pm Monday, 9/4.
Media Use Log Requirements
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How to Succeed on This and All Remaining Entries
We use will use the following checklist to evaluate your entry. As you can see, it converts the requirements from the prompt into a list. If you want to earn the full 5 points, you need to satisfy EVERY requirement. Otherwise you will loose points. For a reminder of our grading system, go to the Media Diary page.
Tip 1: Look for the places where you can raise your bar for what you think it takes to satisfy a requirement fully. For example, you should ask yourself: “What can I do to show Dr. Becker that I made the effort to create a log that is easy to read and is a comprehensive summary of my day?” AND: “What does significant introspection look like? What level of introspection might Dr. Becker expect? How can I really show him that I took the time to ponder the topic?” AND: “Do I know what all of the submission requirements are for diary entries? Have I followed all of them?” (If you don’t, your entry will earn 0 points.) To review submission requirements, re-read the Media Diary page.
Tip 2: We will be using such checklists when grading all of your diary entries this semester. So when you read each weekly prompt, look for the elements that will be on our checklist and make sure you fully satisfy each. If a prompt tells you to do something or include something in your entry, it will be on our checklist. So read the prompts with care and follow the directions. Details matter.
Instructions: To submit your assignment, click on the Submit button on the right. Follow the prompts to upload your file. Make sure it is a .doc or .docx file.

Goal: To make you aware of and reflect upon your current interaction with media.

Goal: To make you aware of and reflect upon your current interaction with media.
Select ONE day from the first week of the semester.
Create a detailed and easy-to-read media-use log that provides the following information for that day. Present that info in the 4 columns as shown in the model below. Scroll all the way down to see a shortened model of what your log must look like. Since this material must be a 4-column log, you can handwrite your log rather than type it if you want. If you do, you must take a photo of it and paste it into the file with your typed reflection. Whether typed or hand-written, your log needs to be easy to read, comprehensive, and follow the model.
To receive full marks for your log,you must have at least 8 entries
You must provide specific titles of TV shows. movies watched and videos games played. For shorter media texts like social media posts or songs, a general summary of the content is enough (see model for examples).Be sure to format all media titles properly (whether you type or hand write your log).
If you need help figuring out how to add your pic to your file, go here for tips.
Then, review your log and type a reflection with THREE paragraphs–one for each of the following tasks:Identify what the single most important media experience was to you, and explain why it was the most important. Push yourself to be introspective in discussing why it was so valuable.
Identify which media technology was the most important to you and explain why it was the most important to you
Reflect on specific ways your daily life would be different if that media technology (i.e., the specific technology you discussed in paragraph #2) didn’t exist. Again, push yourself to imagine an alternative universe where that technology never existed.
Before submitting your entry….Read the tips below, review the grading checklist, re-read your entry to ensure it fully satisfies ALL requirements.
For all entries this semester,check that it is double spaced
includes your name and Spring 2024 on the top,
follows all media title formatting rules.
For a reminder of all submission and formatting requirements, see the Submission Instructions section of the Media Diary page.
Upload by 11:59 pm Monday, 9/4.
Media Use Log Requirements
How to Succeed on This and All Remaining Entries
We use will use the following checklist to evaluate your entry. As you can see, it converts the requirements from the prompt into a list. If you want to earn the full 5 points, you need to satisfy EVERY requirement. Otherwise you will loose points. For a reminder of our grading system, go to the Media Diary page.
Tip 1: Look for the places where you can raise your bar for what you think it takes to satisfy a requirement fully. For example, you should ask yourself: “What can I do to show Dr. Becker that I made the effort to create a log that is easy to read and is a comprehensive summary of my day?” AND: “What does significant introspection look like? What level of introspection might Dr. Becker expect? How can I really show him that I took the time to ponder the topic?” AND: “Do I know what all of the submission requirements are for diary entries? Have I followed all of them?” (If you don’t, your entry will earn 0 points.) To review submission requirements, re-read the Media Diary page.
Tip 2: We will be using such checklists when grading all of your diary entries this semester. So when you read each weekly prompt, look for the elements that will be on our checklist and make sure you fully satisfy each. If a prompt tells you to do something or include something in your entry, it will be on our checklist. So read the prompts with care and follow the directions. Details matter.
Instructions: To submit your assignment, click on the Submit button on the right. Follow the prompts to upload your file. Make sure it is a .doc or .docx file.