This presentation needs 3-5 mins. The timing on your presentation needs to remain strictly within this time frame to ensure that all students in your class can present on the same day. In this presentation, you will:
1. Present your research topic, object, and genre to outline your proposal
2. Structure and deliver an organised presentation, utilising visual aids as appropriate
3. Employ effective and professional public speaking skills
Students are allowed to include any resources that are appropriate to the task, so long as they are solid and reliable sources. This can be videos, worksheets, posters, audio files/podcasts, or even physical activities.
Presentations will be marked based on the clarity and reasoning of the ideas, the quality and organisation of the presentation, speaking skills and engagement with the audience.
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• Journal articles/chapters relevant to your Legislation, policies, core concept – it doesn’t have to be perfect, just read it. (use notepad)
• Industry and research reports – the Digital News Report is a good example.
• Policies, memos, or announcements relating to your subject.
Measurable: The goal must be quantifiable, or at least allow for measurable
Attainable: The goal should be realistic, based on available resources and
Relevant: The goal should align with your objectives and values to be
Time-bound: The goal must have a deadline or defined end.
Comparing mainstream TV news coverage of international events in China, the US, and Australia
How do Chinese TV dating shows reinforce negative gender stereotypes? A Case study of ‘If you are the one’
Could dreams be a profound and illustrative window to our psyche?
Race and humour in American situation comedies: A case study of
‘Friends’ and ‘Big Bang Theory’
There’s more to health than meets the eye: A rapid review of health
Brand promotion on social media in China
Approaches to self-knowledge in an accelerated digital culture
The evolution of print magazines in the digital era
Ideologies of motherhood in contemporary Chinese media: A case study of ‘Super Mom’
Key theorists that provide the framework you use to understand your subject – e.g. post-feminism, agenda setting, spiral of silence
Backgrounding materials that provide a context for your concepts – industry data, government reports, laws, media event timelines, etc
Research that used similar methods to yours – not for lit review but to help you refine your method
Where your literature goes and how it looks depends on the work you are doing:
• Separate section following introduction (academic essay, industry report).
• Part of introduction/narrative/overview/background (journalism, media campaign, app pitch).
• Producing a literature review as your research project (academic essay).
• May include sub-headings in a longer work (e.g. a doctoral thesis or book).