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|Title:||Wooden Bones: Perceived Realities Within The Media|
|Keywords:||Animation;Framing;Risk;Moral Panic;Cartoon;Dystopia;News Media;2D;Film and Media Studies;Visual Studies;Film and Media Studies|
|Abstract:||<p>Wooden Bones is an animation that illustrates a dark and gritty community, filled with misery, poverty, and depression. The animation follows the stories of various community members as they make their way through a society on the brink of destruction. Wooden Bones examines the relationship of the media’s ability to change peoples’ perception of reality. Through the main male character’s outlook on society in Wooden Bones, and from the effects of his own television, we see that the animated world of Wooden Bones has become a perceived reality, directly affected by the media.</p>|
|Appears in Collections:||Graduate Major Research Papers and Multimedia Projects|
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