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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

New(s) Media Writing

There are still a lot of people, both inside and outside the academy, for whom strictly alphabetic, written literacy is still the sine qua non of thoughtful, engaged, and--presumably--effective critique. But The Daily Show again (see previous post) employs a seemingly simple method, but one using multiple modes (written script, video, audio, design/composition), to launch a trenchant critique of contemporary political discourse:

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