Innovative uses of the media

Write a 500-word narrative of the films, episodes, works of art, etc. and readings related to them
that we covered for that segment of the course. The Journal Entry written for each era should address the
following for these films and the course content in that section of the course:
Identify and relate the innovative uses of the media in question as propaganda, narrative, documentary, and/or
commodity for cultural consumption and export within the temporal and societal context in which they were
Critically examine the influence of this media on perceptions of historical periods, communities, and identities
they portray in the society consuming them at the time of their release and viewing;
Write coherently about what role these media can play in our understanding and analysis of that particular
period or society in which they were produced.
Including an examination of how the sources we looked at in this section represent adherence to personal
responsibility in social and civic life or a violation of those values in their portrayal of the past.
please use these sources Government Websites and Timelines: The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment as part of
the CDC’s Institutional History • Read: o Brandt, Allan M. “Racism and Research: The Case of the Tuskegee
Syphilis Experiment.” In Tuskegee’s Truths: Rethinking the Tuskegee Syphilis Study, edited by Susan M.
Reverby,Hookworm: The Germ of Laziness? Public Health History Through Podcast • Listen to BEFORE
Class: This Podcast Will Kill You. Season 2, Episode 23:Opening a Can of Hookworms,

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