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Critically examine the stereotypes of Muslim women as represented in UK national newspapers.
Is Celebrity journalism a threat to press freedom?
WHAT MIGHT BRITISH FILM MEAN TODAY?
An appraisal of the distinct media/PR and communicational approaches for luxury goods in United Kingdom.
An Investigation into the impact of ‘Super Public Living’ upon the Social Reality.
Horror and Postmoderism: Genre Cycling, Recurring Themes, Recurring Structures.
The role of the media in maintaining the area of entertainment.
Digital music and the search for a solution to piracy.
Discuss the relationship between the media and ethnicity in multicultural societies.
Horror and Society: Reflecting or Exploiting our Fears?
How the series ‘Sex and the City’ influenced womens' emancipation in the 20th / 21st century.
HOW ARE BLACK MALES REPRESENTED WITHIN THE MEDIA?
How much does television as a medium influence women’s eating disorders?
New media in entertainment industry: Case study of Nintendo Wii.
The construction of male and female in Hollywood movies directed by Quentin Tarantino.
What are the challenges faced by South Asian TV channels in the UK to attract the main stream advertisers and what steps are they taking to address the issue?
Three significant changes new media has had on print media over the last 10 years
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