Anti-Villains in Anime: The case of Garou and Stain

Heroism is a common topic in anime and while it can be adapted into different forms, with different names, narratives, and ideologies. However, One Punch Man (OPM) and My Hero Academia (MHA) have decided to maintain its most original form, creating two worlds where there are people with superpowers and proper national systems, associations are… Read More Anti-Villains in Anime: The case of Garou and Stain

How to be constructive & helpful? – A self-reflection

For this particular subject – Game Media, we were asked to comment on others’ blogs and to reflect on our commentary performance. With this blog demonstrates my contributions through my comments and discussed how can I improve my feedback in order to help my peers learn better. The comments  Mikayla’s pitch about ‘The female Twitch… Read More How to be constructive & helpful? – A self-reflection

Filmographic Presentation of Factory Farming – its effect on the audience behaviour

The digital advancement allows the availability of information from various means and such information can significantly affect the decision-making process of an individual. Studies have been done to dig deeper into the impact of mainstream media on the audience’s pro-environmental behaviours. To partially contribute to this cause, this research surrounds the presentation of factory farming… Read More Filmographic Presentation of Factory Farming – its effect on the audience behaviour

Research Pitch: ‘The presentation of factory farming in film genres: What works, What doesn’t?’

Industrial agriculture, factory farming or industrial meat practice is a topic that is both politically and morally confronting. As this topic is presented through different film genres including documentary and fiction, the audience can experience strong emotions that might lead to behavioral changes. I came up with this idea after watching Eating Animal – a documentary… Read More Research Pitch: ‘The presentation of factory farming in film genres: What works, What doesn’t?’