What does “spiritual” mean to us, culturally?
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“The Avengers and Marketing-Overwhelm Syndrome” …or “How I Decided to Dump My In-Box All Over This Blog”
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Some time has passed since I posted part one and part two of this series, so by way of reminder, we’re not just taking a look at recent graphic titles of merit and how they align with core curriculum but also with media literacy, visual literacy, and similar topics. Uncle Scrooge: “Only a Poor Old […]
Want to support the persuasive writing skills of young pop culture geeks, and have them gain some media literate insights into entertainment marketing?
In which I share the subject lines of every publicity email I’ve received from Disney… all in the service of media literacy education, of course.
Harsh critics of the new film may not realize that the nature of the “children’s movie” itself has changed in recent years. So what they could be interpreting as cynical moves to go after dual target audiences is actually a bull’s-eye in terms of today’s precociously hip kids.