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To find reviews in magazines or newspapers, use
There are several ways to search for reviews:
The sources listed below are useful for finding reviews on many different things from restaurants to movies to concerts. These are always good starting points.
This class offers an opportunity for students to gain experience writing, reading and analyzing reviews of various kinds (movie, book, music, restaurant, art, etc.) and in various print and online journals. In addition to writing these and other reviews, we will read reviews published in a variety of sources (including The New York Times Review and The New Yorker, which will be in the course bundle) and study the history of reviewing as a cultural and institutional phenomenon, with the question of professional, amateur and citizen reviewers. We will also look at the relationship between the rhetorical situation of a publication (the left-leaning Nation versus the more moderate New Yorker, for instance) and the form and content of reviews that appear in its pages. Finally, in this class we will spend some time discussing what might be characterized as the economics, politics, and ethics of critical reviewing.
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Labeling and citing images
Even when the images you use are copyright free, you should acknowledge the creator and indicate the source.
Please be aware of legal restrictions on the use of images. Boston University has a useful webpage on Image Copyright .
Student Media Services (Main Floor, Valley Library): production and printing services funded by student activity fees.
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