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ads that talk back exploring media advertising through - ads that talk back exploring media advertising through drama with inner city students by diane conrad author be the first to review this item isbn 13 978 3838379227 isbn 10 3838379225 why is isbn important isbn this bar code number lets you verify that you re getting exactly the right version or edition of a book, using drama to explore media advertising lessoncorner - drama 10 using drama to explore media advertising contributor diane conrad doctoral student university of alberta department of secondary education drama unit objective these lessons are part of a unit titled exploring media advertising through drama the unit uses a thematic approach to integrate drama and media literacy, diane conrad s web site - exploring media advertising through drama with inner city students this reflective practice case study involved creating and delivering a unit for inner city high school students integrating drama and media literacy production with a focus on advertising, arts based bibliography arts based research studio s blog - ads that talk back exploring media advertising through drama with inner city students saarbr cken germany lambert academic publishing conrad d 2006 entangled in the sticks ethical conundrums of popular theatre as pedagogy and research qualitative inquiry 12 3 437 458 conrad d 2004, dr diane conrad werklund ucalgary ca - most marginalized in our society including at risk youth in inner city and rural schools incarcerated youth street involved youth and aboriginal youth her recent publications include ads that talk back exploring media advertising through drama with inner city students lambert academic publishing with wallis kendal, using drama to persuade the effects of involvement and ad - using drama to persuade the effects of involvement and ad form on persuasion siew meng leong and ad form drama versus argument subjects were 109 undergraduate students randomly assigned to treatment cells of sizes ranging from 22 to 31 the relative persuasiveness of drama ads through expression of feelings and verisimilitude over