Please consider the following quote: “Just what exactly is ‘Asian Cinema’ and what is its significance as a name that has come into popular usage in film and cultural studies?”
Topic idea: Korean blockbusters (hollywood-like or what audiences always go to) and how they can be both local and transcultural (involving other cultures) etc etc.
(movies you can use for annotated bibliography) Has to relate to the topic question and also refer back to the quote.
- The host (Bong Joon Ho)
- Parasite (Bong Joon Ho)
- The Berlin Fire (Ryoo Seung-wan)
- Assassination (Choi Dong-hoon)
6 references based on a theme or topic or film or person from the course. (all sources have to come from books, scholarly, or credible sources)
- how it clearly identifies its subject/topic
- Its place in—and relationship to—the wider field of research
- Ability to not summarise but talk in detail about a particular aspect of each annotation
- Ability to discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the sources discussed (argue or link sources used)
- Basic level of English, and ability to follow the Harvard bibliography referencing system
In addition to the 5-8 annotations, you are also expected to include a 150-word introduction setting up the focus and concentration of the bibliography. The strength of the introduction is to establish the aims of the bibliography.
- The aim of this is to find articles that support our point, then we argue with the articles, and give our thoughts on them (agree or don’t)?
- You can compare and contrast sources chosen
- You can choose the source and be critical. Does it really support it?
- Avoid first person
- When putting the quote, put down the page number as well (in-text citation and everything)
- Focus on the topic
- Address every concept I talk about (e.g. talk about universal concepts = address universal concept is)
- Always introduce everything before bringing it up
- Choose from books, scholarly articles, and other published material