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ARTS3092 - Media and Transformation in the Asia Pacific
Assessment 3: Research Paper
Weighting: 45%
Length: 2,500 words (+/-10%; excluding references)
Due Monday, 23rd November 2020 by 11:59pm
Submit to Turnitin via ARTS3092 Moodle Link
Late Penalties will apply as per the normal School and Faculty Rules
(5% deduction per day late)
Task Description
● Taking up the call to De-Westernise media studies, identify a relevant example of media
from the Asia-Pacific region which allows you to explore the issues or concepts
implicated by the question.
● Research the existing academic literature on your topic, concepts and example. Make
sure you connect to the issues we identified as being important for this topic in this
course!
● Offer a response to the question that critically analyses the trends and issues involved
with your topic.
● Choose (only) one of the topics below:
Research Questions
1. While traditional Western narratives around the Internet in Asia typically emphasize
censorship and governmental control, how might these limitations be ameliorated by the
way people actually use the Internet in the region? What strategies and tactics exist
alongside techniques of control?
2. Choose a well-known celebrity or star from the Asia-Pacific region. Analyze the social
function and social meaning of this celebrity. Is the Asian star system different from the
West? If yes, how and why?
3. Select a particular aspect of Asian gaming culture(s) OR Asian mobile phone culture(s).
Does your example suggest that the Asia-Pacific is increasingly taking a lead role in this
area? What does your particular case study reveal about the society of which it is a part?
4. In consultation with your tutor, create a critical approach to one of the other topic areas
of the course, specifying a relevant example of media from the Asia-Pacific region and
utilising relevant academic literature to support your arguments.
Assessment Criteria:
● Demonstrate a deep understanding of the core arguments and concepts from
one of the topics in the course.
● Demonstrate an ability to apply academic theory and concepts in the critical
analysis of a specific example of media from the Asia-Pacific.
● Be able to express your ideas clearly in writing in a manner that engages the
reader and presents a rigorous argument in your response to the selected essay
question.
● Be able to reference your ideas using the Harvard in-text referencing style.
Student Learning Outcomes Assessed
1. Identify and apply key concepts and theories which explain the relationship between
media and globalisation.
2. Appreciate diversity among and within cultures, while recognising the role global media
plays in fostering new patterns of culture and identification, which are no longer solely
based on geography.
3. Discuss the balance between the 'global' and the 'local' in different forms of media in
relation to the context of their production and distribution.
4. Identify key trends and patterns in the flow of audio-visual goods and services and
evaluate the impact of attempts to regulate them.
Graduate Attributes
1. The skills involved in scholarly enquiry.
2. The ability to engage in independent and reflective learning.
3. Information literacy - the skills to appropriately locate, evaluate and use relevant
information.
Submission of Assessment Tasks
All written assignments need to be submitted to Turnitin on the course Moodle site.
You must submit written work in 12-point font, double spaced and paginated. Do keep an
electronic and hard copy for yourself.
If you have any ​problems submitting ​via Turnitin, send your Convener a word doc or pdf
version of your assignment immediately together with an explanation of the problem you are
encountering. You should then follow the protocol outlined at the following site:
http://teaching.unsw.edu.au/moodle-students-help
Advice about whom to contact is given when you log into Moodle. Such advice includes the
following:
If you have trouble logging in, or you cannot see your course once you log in, please contact
the IT Service Centre for assistance.
For enrolment and login issues contact:
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