question ), 300 words choose three questions W r i t i n g

question ), 300 words choose three questions W r i t i n g

You need to define each, and your aim is to illustrate your comprehension, using an example.

You will have to decide, if the concept needs to be connected to a context. Do you need to explain its relation to another concept (for example, neoliberalism is connected to liberalism and capitalism)? Each concept is worth 5 points and overall, for six key concepts, the total is 3% (30 points)

Our aim is to test your comprehension and application. We will use Bloom’s Triangle as basis for grading criteria. We use this question to grade the key concepts, “Has the student understood this concept and its importance?”

Choose SIX out of Eight  to answer.

1.Neoliberalism (relation to liberalism, capitalism, globalization)

2.Nationalism, ethnonationalism (related to imagined community, media and culture)


4.Discourse and discursive formations – – regimes of truth

5.Settler colonialism



Racial capitalism

Part 2:Choose Three Questions to answer (15% total, 5% each question), 300 words

Choose THREE Questions out of SIX to answer.

This parts assesses your understanding of Key Scholars, theories, and debates, each worth 5%or 50 points. Minimum of 300 words. Maximum 450 words.

Question 1: Why is the Circuit of Culture a valuable tool for media and cultural analysis?

Question 2: Discuss the importance of discursive and psychic mechanisms in analyzing contemporary media representations.

Question 3: What contribution does Minoo Moallem make to analyzing culture by illuminating intersectionality of culture, gender and colonial modernity? Illustrate your understanding with a contemporary example.

Question 4: In what ways does Frantz Fanon help us understand the dilemmas of colonized and racialized subjects in the contemporary transnational culture?

Question 5: How have processes of globalization impacted national cultures and identities? Illustrate your comprehension with a contemporary example.

Question 6: Compare and contrast the main research methods promoted by Cultural Studies researchers.