Shock Top Commercial �The End Of the World�

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Pages: 4, Double spaced
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Order type: Term Paper
Subject: Communications and Media
Academic level: Undergraduate
Style: APA
Language: English (U.S.)
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I have written a mid term a paper in my media communication class, now i have to edit it, by reducing the word count and correcting my language and adding some additional information .

My paper is about Shock Top Commercial �The End Of the World�
The original guide lines were:

Prompts/Questions:

1. Biographical data: title, date, producer, etc.

2. Genre: Define and describe the SPECIFIC genre to which your text belongs.

3. Medium: What medium does this text use? How might it influence its message?

4. Narrative: a) Does your text involve narrative? If not, why? b) What is the storyline (please describe in 2-5 clear sentences)? c) What is the plot (this will likely take a paragraph to describe)?

5. Characters: a) List the main characters in your text and beside each character describe their main attributes and functions. b) Provide a ratio analysis of the characters (if applicable) in your text based upon race, gender, and sexuality (e.g. 10/1 female/male) and then explain the potential ideological implications of this ratio.

6. Stereotypes and archetypes: Identify and describe any visible archetypes and stereotypes in your text (these can be characters, places, or ideas). Be sure that you are very clear about what the type is called (e.g. �nurturing mother�) and how your character/idea fits this type.

7. Rhetorical devices: What message are the creators sending and how (rhetorical devices) are they doing it?

8. POV: Whose perspective are we being encouraged to view the story/characters through? What are the potential ideological implications of this view?

9. Production: a) Provide detailed information about who produces the content of your text (demographics, geographical location) and their influence on the meanings made in the text. b) Provide detailed information about the financing of your text. Who pays for the text? c) What is the ultimate goal of your text? d) what is being sold in your text?

10. Audiences: To whom is your text marketed/intended and how do you know it?

11. Given what you know thus far, is your text original or safe? Please justify your argument.

As I have written my work, my professor graded it and said I did not have these pint and i have to change them

8. POV: Whose perspective are we being encouraged to view the story/characters through? What are the potential ideological implications of this view?

– Provide detailed information about the financing of your text. Who pays for the text? ? d) what is being sold in your text?

– content analysis of race, gender, sexuality provided
-language, to make it sound more correct and just rewriting some parts of the text

Now what I need from editing is to
Edit your responses to the midterm. Correct them, simplify them, perfect them. Be thorough but precise (we are using a digital medium where attention spans are short). Imagine your audience as a group of your peers who does not know about your text or media studies. Maximum word count of 1200 words ( these is my professors instruction ) I have to reduce word count and work on the areas which I listed above.

here is the list of bibliography to this subject were one can find information about shock top comercial ( for the are was that I listed above)

Bibliography.

Beltrone, G. (2012, February 22). Ad of the day: Shock top a-b. Retrieved from http://www.adweek.com/news/advertising-branding/ad-day-shock-top-138450

Clarck, D. (2012). Contact. Retrieved from http://www.popsound.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=252&Itemid=140

Dirks, T. (n.d.). Main film genres. Retrieved from http://www.filmsite.org/genres.html

Greene, A. (2012). Contact. Retrieved from http://kickstand.la/

Hall, J. F. (2012). Contact. Retrieved from http://www.a52.com/contact

InBev. (2012). Executive board of management. Retrieved from http://www.ab-inbev.com/go/investors/overview/management_structure.cfm

Just, F. S. J. (2012, February 17). Apocalypse: Definitions and related terms . Retrieved from http://catholic-resources.org/Bible/Apoc_Def.htm

Long, P., & Wall, T. (2009). Media studies. Harlow: Pearson Education Limited.

Riverwind, J. (2007). The basic indian stereotypes. Retrieved from http://www.bluecorncomics.com/stbasics.htm

ShockTopBrewingCo (2012). Shock top � end of the world [Web]. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZowSweWeoU&feature=player_embedded

YouTube. (2012). Demographics. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/yt/advertise/demographics.html

For the reference list, it does not have to have 10 sources I just put the maximum number.

It is very important that my word count stays not bigger then 1200 words.
I will provide an additional file with my text that i wrote, and it has to be modified

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