Media & Popular Culture/Literature and the Arts, Essay Help

Each week there will be two prompts requiring your response. Responses may be posted in one blog entry or two, but each response should be clearly titled. While blogging is more relaxed than formal essay writing, it requires a minimum word count (see individual instructions), good grammar and correct spelling. It also requires APA documentation of sources when quoting or citing from a website or using any online source.

Prompt #1:Media & Popular Culture

In “A Nation of Vidiots” (pp. 441-443) Jeffrey Sachs asserts that television “Is bad for one’s physical and mental health.” The same argument could be made about social media. Both television and social media also contribute to “social fragmentation” (442). Further, Sachs states, “Media can be useful as a provider for information, education, entertainment, and even political awareness.” In 300 words, share your view of either (A) television or (B) social media as positive or negative. Using specific examples, including your own habits of either television viewing or social media usage, make an argument for or against.

Include a link or graphic to an example of the media you choose. Be sure to include an APA reference for the source.
Basic Format for an Electronic Image

Author/Artist. (Year image or art was created). Title of work [Type of work], Retrievedfrom URL (address of website)

Requirements:
• Respond to two prompts with a minimum 300 word each
• Graphic, photo, or other visual required (Prompt #2)
• Cite any sources used or quoted material.

Museum Sites
Louvre
British Museum
Museum of Modern Art
Art Institute of Chicago

Please use the following URLs, if links are not working
http://www.louvre.fr/en
http://www.britishmuseum.org/
http://www.moma.org/
http://www.artic.edu/

 

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