Sexpectations: Deconstructing Hegemonic Virginity Norms

For their final project in FG212/RM200/FM206 Critical Media Studies (Block 4 2018), Miles Marshall, Alethea Tyler, Elliott Williams, Olivia Petipas, and Marco Tapia critiqued print and audiovisual media representing MadeMyDay TV’s “6 Tips for Your First Time” and Society19‘s “11 Things To Expect Your First Time Having Sex.” For the new media creation portion of their project, they created a new poster, infomercial, and revised list. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see their presentation, which further explains their analytical and creation processes.

MadeMyDay TV Print

NOTE: This image was copied from Society19’s “11 Things To Expect Your First Time Having Sex.” Click here to view the list.

Marshall Print

NOTE: Click here to read “11 Things You Should Know for Your First Time Having Sex” by Elliott, Miles, Alethea, Olivia, and Marco! There’s even a cool Spotify playlist for your listening pleasure (pun intended)!

#WhyChoose?: An Analysis and Satire of Dove’s #ChooseBeautiful Campaign

For their final project in FG212/RM200/FM206 Critical Media Studies (Block 4 2018), Evan Doherty, Tselate Dawit, Andrew Rodden, Kieran Blood, and Yu Li critiqued print and audiovisual media representing Dove’s #ChooseBeautiful campaign. For the new media creation portion of their project, they created a new poster and commercial. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see their presentation, which further explains their analytical and creation processes.

Dove Print

Doherty Print

Meghan Trainor’s in Treble: A Critique of Body Positivity in “All about That Bass”

For their final project in FG212/RM200/FM206 Critical Media Studies (Block 4 2018), Amy Bolton, Malone DeYoung, Ryan Etzwiler, Zander Jobin-Leeds, and Justine Miller critiqued print and audiovisual media representing Meghan Trainor’s “All about that Bass.” For the new media creation portion of their project, they created a new poster and music video. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see their presentation, which further explains their analytical and creation processes.

Trainor Print

Bolton Print

NOTE: Click here for the “All about That” Lyrics!

Versace, Man!: Hegemonic Masculinity in Versace’s Dylan Blue Campaign

For their final project in FG212/RM200/FM206 Critical Media Studies (Block 4 2018), Louisa McBride, Emma Locke, Miles Montgomery, Ethan Knowles, and Stella Gardner critiqued print and audiovisual media representing Versace’s Dylan Blue cologne advertising campaign. For the new media creation portion of their project, they created a new poster and commercial. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see their presentation, which further explains their analytical and creation processes.

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McBride Print

Illegal for Whom?: White Privilege and Marijuana Use in Broad City

For their final project in FG212/RM200/FM206 Critical Media Studies (Block 4 2018), Oscar Glassman, Dani Chace, Siena Brody-Heine, Joey Larabee, and Sarah Leve critiqued print and audiovisual media representing Comedy Central’s Broad City. For the new media creation portion of their project, they created a new poster and scene from the show. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see their presentation, which further explains their analytical and creation processes.

Broad City Print

Chace Print