The newspaper clippings for this week ([OR] Week 2) are from the San Francisco Chronicle’s November 3, 1929 edition. In analyzing newspaper clippings for this course, you should ask yourself the following:Who or what is represented?How is who or what represented?Why is who or what represented?Critically analyze what messages/meanings are produced in terms of class, race, gender, and sexuality. Don’t forget to take into account in your analysis language, layout, type, font, images, etc.
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