Identify how cultural groups agree upon shared meaning. Break down ideology as a concept. Know more about common-sense knowledge and how cultures form it. Question power structures. Explore contemporary approaches to critical analysis
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- 31 Aug 2020
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- evaluate different forms of critique in terms of the extent to which they challenge common sense understandings of the world
- analyse the production of knowledge and common sense within specific institutions and relations of power
- use critical skills and concepts for the purpose of interpreting a variety of texts, disdegrees and genres
- identify and communicate complex ideas in a variety of formal and informal genres.
- Academic and creative critique
- Analysis of critique
- Power structures
- Critical thinking
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Engage critically with the culture in which you live via a wide variety of written and audio-visual materials, texts and sources. Examine the way common-sense knowledge is constructed and operates in society. Explore the forms and possibilities of critique in the "postmodern digital" age.
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- Discussion (20%)
- Identifying Critique (40%)
- Performing Critique (40%)
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