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COMM 2302. Fall 2012. Please go to http://comm2302metafiction.wordpress.com

If you are enrolled in the Fall 2012 section of COMM 2302, please point your browser at: http://comm2302metafiction.wordpress.com

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It’s the end of the semester as we know it….

As the Fall semester draws to a close, this seems like a fitting time for one final blog assignment. In a short (3-4 paragraph) blog posting, please address the following topics: What course-related themes/topics would you like us to discuss … Continue reading

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Blog #5. Searching for comics for grown-ups

On Friday of last week, Dr. Delwiche made an impassioned plea for the notion that comics can be a powerful medium for creative expression. This week, your assignment is to search Google, Amazon, and other on-line sources for information about … Continue reading

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Blog #4. Making sense of Star Wars

Originally released in May 1977, the film Star Wars has evolved into a phenomenal media franchise that includes seven films, two animated television series, several hundred novels and short stories, approximately 800 comic books, a Christmas-themed television special, more than 100 … Continue reading

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Making sense of Roland Emmerich’s 2012: Clip from Independence Day

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Pixton is awesome. Pixton is cool. Use it at work. Use it at school.

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Blog #7. It’s the end of the world as we know it (And I feel fine)

During the past decade, a growing number of people have suggested that the world will perish in the year 2012. As is often the case with “fringe ideas,” this chorus of doom is composed of many different voices and streams … Continue reading

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Deck #3. Gestalt principles (Isomorphic Correspondence)

The “good stuff” begins at approximately 1:23. As a side note, this film was the basis for the song “Debaser” by The Pixies. You can also find a version of this video with the original audio track on the Zapp … Continue reading

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Deck #2. Crash course in film concepts (Odessa Steps)

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