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Next week, 2nd years we begin our study of controversial media + #moralpanic #AClockworkworkOrange

Why the impunity of male power is the big theme of the child abuse scandal

Something strange is happening in the maelstrom of moral panic – a collective refusal to analyse how patriarchy works
Click here for article by Suzanne Moore

Why the impunity of male power is the big theme of the child abuse scandal

Something strange is happening in the maelstrom of moral panic – a collective refusal to analyse how patriarchy works
Click here for article by Suzanne Moore

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Controversial Teen Dance Crazes That Pissed Off Parents
The Waltz (1800s)
In 1816,The Times of London alerted parents about an “indecent foreign dance” called the waltz, which featured “the voluptuous intertwining of the limbs” and “close compressure of the bodies.” This “obscene display” sparked a panic that caused the Times to “warn every parent against exposing his daughter to so fatal a contagion” that previously remained the territory of “prostitutes and adulteresses.” Yes, this was written about the waltz.
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Controversial Teen Dance Crazes That Pissed Off Parents

The Waltz (1800s)

In 1816,The Times of London alerted parents about an “indecent foreign dance” called the waltz, which featured “the voluptuous intertwining of the limbs” and “close compressure of the bodies.” This “obscene display” sparked a panic that caused the Times to “warn every parent against exposing his daughter to so fatal a contagion” that previously remained the territory of “prostitutes and adulteresses.” Yes, this was written about the waltz.

FULL LIST on Flavorwire

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For Unit 6: ‘Critical Approaches’ you may want to look at the #moralpanic around the ‘American Psycho’ book and film.

Film Meme : (10/10) Movies - American Psycho (2000) ~ Dir.: Mary Harron

There are no more barriers to cross. All I have in common with the uncontrollable and the insane, the vicious and the evil, all the mayhem I have caused… and my utter indifference toward it, I have now surpassed. My pain is constant and sharp… and I do not hope for a better world for anyone. In fact, I want my pain to be inflicted on others. I want no one to escape. But even after admitting this, there is no catharsis. My punishment continues to elude me… and I gain no deeper knowledge of myself. No new knowledge can be extracted from my telling. This confession has meant… nothing.

Cultural appropriation - to borrow/ steal/ pick/ choose from other cultures to which you do not belong.
Here, Miley, a wealthy white woman, is taking elements from black culture in order to achieve a specific image (great article from ‘Huff Post’ - link at bottom of post)
Miley Cyrus’ status as a member of a traditionally oppressive race and class means that she is able to pick and choose what parts of black culture she wants to embrace without having to deal with the racism and racialization that black women live with every day. In short, she can imagine that she is being “ghetto” without having any concept of what living in a ghetto would really mean.
Miley is doing her best to promote herself as a part of rachet culture, which Jody Rosen describes as ”the potent sexual symbolism of black female bodies,” while simultaneously treating the black women in her videos and performances as props. She is taking elements of black culture and using them to give her the patina of street cred that she wants so badly. She is playing at being black without even trying to understand what the lived experience of being black really is. She is appropriating cultural elements without taking any time to reflect on her position of privilege and how her use of the term “ratchet” or her twerking are contributing to the oppression of black people.
Read the rest of the article here….http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/anne-theriault-/miley-cyrus-vma-performance_b_3819177.html?utm_hp_ref=mostpopular

Cultural appropriation - to borrow/ steal/ pick/ choose from other cultures to which you do not belong.

Here, Miley, a wealthy white woman, is taking elements from black culture in order to achieve a specific image (great article from ‘Huff Post’ - link at bottom of post)

Miley Cyrus’ status as a member of a traditionally oppressive race and class means that she is able to pick and choose what parts of black culture she wants to embrace without having to deal with the racism and racialization that black women live with every day. In short, she can imagine that she is being “ghetto” without having any concept of what living in a ghetto would really mean.

Miley is doing her best to promote herself as a part of rachet culture, which Jody Rosen describes as ”the potent sexual symbolism of black female bodies,” while simultaneously treating the black women in her videos and performances as props. She is taking elements of black culture and using them to give her the patina of street cred that she wants so badly. She is playing at being black without even trying to understand what the lived experience of being black really is. She is appropriating cultural elements without taking any time to reflect on her position of privilege and how her use of the term “ratchet” or her twerking are contributing to the oppression of black people.

Read the rest of the article here….http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/anne-theriault-/miley-cyrus-vma-performance_b_3819177.html?utm_hp_ref=mostpopular

I’m Not a Joke is a campaign spreading awareness for the LGBTI community through art and design, created by Daniel Arzola (@Arzola_d) in light of the recent violent acts against the sexually diverse community in Venezuela. It initially seeks to expand in the online community. If you’d like to share your opinion please do so via twitter using the hashtag #ImNotaJoke. Like my page on Facebook and share the posters to support the cause! 

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2nd year #bcotmedia students, you will be studying controversial, shocking, and banned media for Unit 6: Critical Approaches.
Start looking for examples you can create an Animation and Report for your LO3 Assignment.

2nd year #bcotmedia students, you will be studying controversial, shocking, and banned media for Unit 6: Critical Approaches.

Start looking for examples you can create an Animation and Report for your LO3 Assignment.