A South Pacific horror hot take: pedagogy, media literacy and comparative horror analysis (2019)
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CitationHarrington E (2019). A South Pacific horror hot take: pedagogy, media literacy and comparative horror analysis. Seattle, USA: Society for Cinema and Media Studies Annual Conference. 13/03/2019.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research36 - Creative arts and writing::3605 - Screen and digital media::360505 - Screen media
47 - Language, communication and culture::4702 - Cultural studies::470214 - Screen and media culture
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