Week 7: Blog Assignment Aim : to create timeline that communicates to a reader the key dates that are referenced in the Malik reading, and that links these dates to significant events (media history and/or broader social events), plus media examples or an image for each date/event.
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Aim: to create timeline that communicates to a reader the key dates that are referenced in the Malik reading, and that links these dates to significant events (media history and/or broader social events), plus media examples or an image for each date/event.
Ref: Malik, Sarita (2002 ) ‘Race and Ethnicity: The Construction of Black and Asian Ethnicities in British Film and Television’ in Briggs, Asa & Cobley, Paul (eds.) The Media: An Introduction. pp 357 – 368.
1970: Black people begin to use the media as a forum to ‘answer back’ to years of verbal negation and visual absence in the British media.
1980: Many black british films continued the tradition and extended the framework established by film-makers such as Horace Ove (Baldwin’s Nigger, 1969, Reggae, 1970, and Pressure, 1975)