...newspaper clippings for this week are from the San Francisco Chronicle’s November 3, 1929 edition. In analyzing newspaper clippings for this course, you should ask yourself the following:
· Who or what is represented?
· How is who or what represented?
· Why is who or what represented?
Critically analyze what messages/meanings are produced in terms of class, race, gender, and sexuality. Don’t forget to take into account in your analysis language, layout, type, font, images, etc.
In the headlines of the first page, the day’s top stories are shown. The most interesting stories are first to capture the reader’s attention. A message on the first page...