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Author: Roger Martin
ISBN13: 978-1846032813
Title: TV for A Level Media Studies
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Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Hodder Arnold (August 25, 2000)
Pages: 192

TV for A Level Media Studies by Roger Martin

TV for A Level Media Studies: ISBN 9780340738115 (978-0-340-73811-5) Softcover, Hodder Arnold, 2000. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing.

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A level media studies. Exemplar candidate work. 13. A level media studies. See pages 15-16 to see the full Mark Scheme for G322 Question 1.

OCR Media Studies AS Level Unit G321: Foundation Portfolio in Media Preliminary Task, Log Book and Evaluation Name: Jordan Brace Candidate Number: 6118 Center Name: St. Pauls Catholic College Center Number: 64770 Set Brief - Print Music Magazine Production Preliminary Task Progression, Log Book and Evaluation. A glossary of terminology suitable for A Level exam revision. the removal of information from a media text, on the basis that that information is undesirable. For example, governments have been known to censor information which may be a threat to national security, or television companies may censor footage for reasons of decency. Protestors like Mary Whitehouse and Jack Thompson are known for requesting the censorship of sex and violence from media texts. lighting with a high contrast between light and dark.