In this assignment, you will complete the beginning phase of your final project for this course. For Part A of the final project, you will first highlight a specific area of interest within the fields of communication and media studies. Next, you will select three key thinkers that relate to your specific area of interest and briefly describe one contribution they have made to the fields of communication and media. You will be provided a preselected list of key thinkers that range in focus and contributions. Instructions: Describe, in a few sentences, what your specific interest is within the fields of communication and media. This can be something that you are passionate about, something you feel needs awareness, or something you want to know more about. For example, the intersection of gender and communication or media. Browse the provided list of key thinkers. You can find this in unit 5 of the course. Select the three that most relate to your specific area of interest. For each key thinker, please indicate the following in a bulleted list: (Please cite your sources) o What area/school of communication and media are they from? For example, relational studies, critical studies, cultural studies, gender studies, etc. o Identify one contribution the key thinker has made to the fields. This can be brief. You will expand on this in Part B of the final project. Describe how the selected key thinkers relate to your own area of interest within communication and media. Requirements: Read the assignment instructions and rubric carefully before beginning. Use full sentences and appropriate academic language in all work. Follow standard APA guidelines (proper margins, double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman, and cover page your full name, course, and date. Use APA citation format and include a reference/work cited page when necessary. Your essay should be approximately 1 page in length. You are required to submit the photograph of the art piece you selected.
here’s the list of thinkers
Adorno, Theodor Altman, Irwin Bandura, Albert Barthes, Roland Baudrillard, Jean Benjamin, Walter Chomsky, Noam Cooley, Charles Horton Festinger, Leon Fiske, John Foucault, Michael Friedan, Betty Gauntlett, David Gerbner, George Goffman, Irving Gramsci, Antonio Hall, Stuart hooks, bell Horkheimer, Max Innis, Harold Jenkins, Henry Jhally, Sut Katz, Elihu Katz, Jackson Kilbourne, Jean Klein, Naomi Lasswell, Harold Lazarsfeld, Paul McLuhan, Marshall McRobbie, Angela Meyrowitz, Joshua Millett, Kate Mulvey, Laura Morley, David Noelle-Newman, Elisabeth Oakley, Ann Pipher, Mary Postman, Neil Quart, Alissa Rose, Tricia Rushkoff, Douglas Schor, Juliet Schramm, Wilbur Shannon, Claude Elwood Silverstone, Roger Taylor, Dalmas Turkle, Sherry Weaver, Warren Williams, Raymond Wolf, Naomi