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Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies — Bibliography.

An attention-grabbing presentation in any medium which typically serves the marketing function of persuading consumers to purchase a product or service but which may also function to raise...

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authorial intention

Overview page. Subjects: Bibliography — Media Studies.

A position that argues that the creator of a text possesses a privileged understanding of its meaning and that consequently any interpretation that contradicts this understanding must defer...

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display type

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies — Bibliography.

*Typeface(s) used for display text, which in a particular document may differ from the font used for the main body text. A font size larger than that of the body type is normally used, with...

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post

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies — Bibliography.

1. n. (posting) A message sent to a newsgroup, discussion list, or bulletin board: compare email.

2. n. (postal or...

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serif

Overview page. Subjects: Bibliography — Media Studies.

A font family of typefaces in which the main strokes have terminal strokes (serifs), normally at the top and bottom. The four main types of serif are bracketed (e.g. Times New Roman),...

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typeface

Overview page. Subjects: Bibliography — Media Studies.

(typography) An alphabet of any size designed for reproduction, including different weights (e.g. bold), but excluding variations such as italic. Typefaces can be broadly classified by...

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