Instructions Answer the following question: “what is the most important idea I l
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Answer the following question: “what is the most important idea I learned about global entertainment media by taking this course and why does it matter?”
To achieve this, you will need to reflexively identify for yourself the most important idea you learned about global entertainment media in the course. Then you will develop a persuasive argument about why this ONE idea matters (to you, to the course and to the wider world).
Excellent answers will include the following FOUR parts:
1) a clear definition of the most important idea about global entertainment you learned in the course (what is the idea? Explain the idea to your reader);
2) an example of the idea (What is a real world example of this idea? Provide an illustration or example of from the real world);
3) a statement about how this idea encouraged you to think about global entertainment media in a totally new or different way than before (how did your previous understanding change or how did this idea encourage you to think in a new or different way?);
4); a persuasive argument about the importance of this idea to you (as a student/citizen/consumer), to university (the study of global entertainment media), and to the wider world (economically, politically, culturally and so on) (Why does this idea matter? how does it matter?)
There is no one “correct” answer to the question, nor “one best way” to do this very short reflexive essay.
There are many possible answers because the course has introduced you to innumerable concepts, topics and issues related to global entertainment media in the real world. But your MAIN goal in this essay is to identify the ONE most thing your learned about global entertainment media by taking this course, and then develop a persuasive argument about why this ONE thing is the most important to you and the wider world. Length: 2 pages, double spaced, no references.