|Due By (Pacific Time)
||12/13/2016 12:00 am
Lee argues that “as it becomes the norm, unpaid media work is seen as an opportunity for the lucky few, rather than a mode of exploitation servicing corporate gain” (Lee, 2015 pp. 460). What issues are raised by this change in relation to opportunity, equality and exploitation in the media and creative industries sector?
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• Reference to and use of themes and theoretical perspectives addressed on the module
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• Critical discussion and independent analysis
• Examples to illustrate your arguments
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