Visual Texts explores the complex, demanding and highly rewarding area of visual texts. Making meaning from motion pictures, television, multimedia, graphics and design requires specific skills. Visual Texts uses case studies, examples and guided activities to help students engage with the world of visual texts in a structured and coordinated way. Visual Texts explores: movie techniques, cartoons, comics and 'graphic novels', computer games, magazines, picture books, TV, postcards and brochures, the Internet.
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