Project #72965 - Do you think that the importance of narrative and/or visual representation is beginning to disappear or change with the arrival

Compose a full 4-page essay that answers the prompt. Your essay should have a strong thesis, argument, and supporting evidence. It should draw directly on at least two course readings. Your assignment should be double-spaced, 12 point font, 1-inch margins. Please include page numbers after quotations in parenthesis (if the article has them). You do not need a works cited if you only cite class materials. If you cite sources outside of course readings you must have a works cited formatted in MLA style. Please clearly indicate the number of the prompt that you are answering. Your essay is due on Saturday June 6th. (Note: Late assignments will not be accepted.) The location for dropping off your paper will be announced in lecture and in discussions sections. You cannot drop off the assignment in your TA’s mailbox. If you will not be able to make the drop-off time you should arrange for a classmate to turn in your paper for you. Prompts: There are multiple ways to answer each of these questions so make sure to develop a focused thesis and draw on evidence from class materials and readings to support your claims.

1) Do you think that the importance of narrative and/or visual representation is beginning to disappear or change with the arrival of new media forms and digital technologies? Why or why not? Within your essay present and analyze at least one counter-argument to your thesis and answer it. At some point in your essay you should support your thesis with an analysis of a film, game, or new media object that we have encountered this quarter (for example, Journey, The Stanley Parable, eXistenZ, Twistori, Lim, etc.). Some suggestions for authors that you might engage with include, but are not limited to, Aarseth, Manovich, Jenkins, etc..

Grading: See the syllabus for general grading expectations. In addition, you will be graded on: 1) How well and deeply you engage with course readings and concepts (Are you engaging the readings directly to define concepts and support your claims? Are you moving beyond summary and engaging in deeper analysis?) 2) The strength of your thesis, arguments, and support for your ideas (Have you constructed an inventive thesis? Do you provide strong evidence to support your arguments?) 3) The clarity of your arguments and ideas (For example, is your essay well-organized? Your writing clear? Do your paragraphs stay on topic?) 4) Your essay’s presentation (Does your essay contain errors in grammar, punctuation, spelling, syntax, etc.?)

 

http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2010/10/04/small-change-malcolm-gladwell

http://adanewmedia.org/2012/11/issue1-consalvo/

I can offer more sources if you would like. 

It also needs to have a counter argument.

Subject Art
Due By (Pacific Time) 06/06/2015 03:00 pm
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