Week 3: part 1

Which of Stephen Stockwell’s books are in the Griffith library? Give full citations:

Stockwell, S 2005, Political campaign strategy : doing democracy in the 21st century, Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne.

Scott, P & Stockwell, S 2000, All-media guide to fair and cross-cultural reporting : for journalists, program makers and media students, Australian Key Centre for Cultural and Media Policy, Nathan, Qld.

Isakhan, B & Stockwell S 2011, The secret history of democracy, Palgrave Macmillian, Basingstoke, New York.

Cite three academic books that might provide useful material for an essay about Jean Luc Godard’s Alphaville.On which campuses do they reside?

Brody, R 2008, Everything is cinema: the working life of Jean-Luc Godard, Metropolitan Books, New York.

Currently in: Nathan & College of Art (South Bank)

This book would be provide a background history on the director himself as well as a deeper understanding of the movie.

Buss, Robin 1994, French film noir, Marion Boyars, London; New York. 

Currently in: Nathan

This provides information on the film style itself. 

Tames, Richard 2008, Dictatorship, Heinemann Library, Oxford. 

Currently in: Gold Coast Curriculum 

This book looks at one of the themes in Alphaville.

What is a book that will assist you to find out about possible research methods to explore social media? Full citation.

Experimental research could be a good method to find out more about social media as it could possibly compare the benefits of social media on a person (e.g. A person using social media could be more social than someone who does not).

Jung, C. G. 1973, Experimental researches, Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J.


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