Ealth gap between rich and poor in Briatin”

!!!!!!!!!!! SOURCES WHICH HAVE TO BE USED FOR THE ESSAY:

1) /uk/news/uk/home-news/millions-wasted-on-food-schemes-as-the-richpoor-health-gap-grows-1645353.html
3) uk-health-gap-widest-ever
The essay should be written by using THREE SOURCES,in the form of Textual Analysis Essay,by using SECONSTRUCTION GUIDE!!!

(1) /uk/news/uk/home-news/millions-wasted-on-food-schemes-as-the-richpoor-health-gap-grows-1645353.html
(3) uk-health-gap-widest-ever)

DECONSTRUCTION GUIDE:

The following deconstruction guide draws from the analytical approaches outlined above and is useful for analyzing different types of media text. Not all questions can be answered in every case.


1. Source
a? Where does the text come from?
a? Who created it?
a? Who owns it?
a? How is this text distributed or sold to the public?
a? Who profits?

2. Audience and Purpose
a? Who is the intended/target audience? (What text, images or sounds suggest this?)
a? What is the purpose of the text (entertainment, information, persuasion)?

3. Message and Values
a? What is the text (literal meaning) of the message?
a? Is there and what is the subtext (unstated or hidden message)?
a? What values and ideology are expressed, either directly or indirectly, by the text?
a? Does the text present the beliefs of one particular group?
a? What stereotypes, if any, are presented?
a? What part of the story is not being told?

4. Persuasion
a? What Tools or techniques of persuasion used?

The process of deconstructing a media text must of necessity involve critical thinking, that is, making decisions based on the validity, reliability and accuracy of the media message.



Critical Thinking Checklist

a? Distinguish verifiable facts and claims/opinions based on values
a? Determine the reliability of a claim or source
a? Determine the accuracy of statement a check the source of the statement and the facts that support or deny the statementsa claims
a? Detect by identifying stated and unstated assumptions
a? Identify inconsistencies in logic or reasoning
a? Evaluate the strength of the argument