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Media/Film activity: BBFC Research Project on Asian Horror

Discussion in 'Media studies' started by EmmaPett, Jun 21, 2011.

  1. Are you teaching audience studies/horror/censorship with your A level students? If so, why not give them the opportunity to take part in a real piece of research
    commissioned by the BBFC on audience responses to Asian Horror. This
    could be used as a starting point for discussing (a) transnational
    horror films and notions of the 'extreme' (b) censorship (Ichi the Killer is an interesting case
    study) (c) au More…dience studies/effects models.

    I've posted a link to this on my profile to avoid spamming the forum.

    Thanks[​IMG]
    Emma
     
  2. Are you teaching audience studies/horror/censorship with your A level students? If so, why not give them the opportunity to take part in a real piece of research
    commissioned by the BBFC on audience responses to Asian Horror. This
    could be used as a starting point for discussing (a) transnational
    horror films and notions of the 'extreme' (b) censorship (Ichi the Killer is an interesting case
    study) (c) au More…dience studies/effects models.

    I've posted a link to this on my profile to avoid spamming the forum.

    Thanks[​IMG]
    Emma
     

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