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Content description VCAMAR046

Media Arts / Levels 9 and 10 / Respond and Interpret
Content description
Analyse and evaluate a range of media artworks from contemporary and past times, including media artworks of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, to explore differing viewpoints and enrich their media arts making
  1. examining NITV (National Indigenous TV) news and sports programs to explore how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' perspectives create and challenge views in mainstream stories
  2. investigating the differences between government regulation and self-regulation, for example, researching Australia’s classification system and its relationship to audience, in the production and reception of media artworks from different periods of time.
  3. researching viral marketing campaigns and examining the social and ethical implications that arise in relation to choice of different platforms as drivers of distribution
  4. exploring the role of media makers in challenging prevailing views on issues of contemporary relevance, for example, social and cultural issues presented in Australian film and television
  5. identifying a variety of ways in which media can be produced, including through sole digital producers, cross-media organisations, public and private sector, and multinational organisations from different periods of time and cultures
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