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Communication Theories Analysis of Indian Horse Movie

Requirements for Referencing in the Essay

From the 2017 movie Indian Horse.

Using Just two different communication theories below:

  1. General Semantics by I.A. Richards
  2. Symbolic Interactionism by G.H. Mead
  3. Ethnography by Clifford Geertz
  4. CMM by Pearce and Cronen
  5. Constructivism by Jesse Delia
  6. Interactional Theory by Palo Alto Group, Watzlawick
  7. Dialectical Theory by Leslie Baxter
  8. Social Exchange Theory (no Theorist)
  9. Developmental Theory by James Honeycutt
  10. Speech Community Theory by Dell Hymes, William Labov
  11. Dramaturgy by Erving Goffman
  12. Standpoint Theory
  13. Organizational Culture Theory
  14. Rhetoric

Please use the theories' key components to unpack the film. How does applying the theories help you understand how meaning is created in the film? Do the two theories help express the same message, or different aspects of the same message?

1. What are the requirements for the use of references in this essay?

If you use the information provided in the slides or from the film, you don’t need to provide intext citations or a reference list at the end. However, if you wish to use external sources (i.e., book, journal articles, online sources), you need to cite them in APA.

2. How to structure the essay?

There are different ways that you can set up your argument in the essay body. Here are a few examples:

Example 1

Example 2

· First paragraph: Use theory 1 to unpack a scene or episode

·  Second paragraph: Use theory 2 to unpack a scene or episode

· Third paragraph: Tying two theories together to form a message

· First paragraph: Use theory 1 to unpack a scene or episode

· Second paragraph: Tie theory 1 to the message

· Third paragraph: Use theory 2 to unpack a scene or episode

·  Fourth paragraph: Tie theory 2 to the message

The essay need to follow the three-part essay structure (introduction, body, and conclusion) and demonstrated logical organization and unity of ideas.

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