When making the bid, please bid on the entire project! But make sure I have the topic by noon THIS Sunday.
This is what I need for now: I need this by noon on Sunday 4/23 Choose a specific visual work to analyze for your Media Analysis
Project (MAP). Your project can be on any media; print, photography,
television, film, the Internet, etc. You will explore this topic in
detail by using the six perspectives. Choose something in which you
have a personal interest. If you choose television, feel free to focus
on a specific series (not just one episode). If you choose the
Internet, focus on a particular website.
You must obtain instructor approval on your topic. Submit your topic as
a one paragraph written proposal. Explain not just what your topic is,
but also why you chose it.
Then I will need to have this to go with it: I will need this by noon on Sunday 4/29 Now it is time to use that research to formalize your thesis and
create an outline for you paper. Even though this paper is an analysis using a specific approach,
it needs to have a thesis. This thesis should frame the way you choose
to approach the six perspectives. Your outline should show the key points you will bring up in the paper.
You will want to start to integrate your research in support for your
I need this by noon on Sunday 4/29 Now it is time to submit a final version of your paper. Double-check it one last time for proper mechanics (clear, concise,
and complete sentences and paragraphs), proper spelling, grammar, and
punctuation. Make sure that in addition to the 6-8 pages of text that
you include a properly formatted references page with all sources cited
in APA format.