New Black and Black Mirror Discussion

Here are a few questions to consider as you review the week’s assigned materials and write your response. You don’t have to answer them all in your response; in fact, answering them all might lead to answers that are too brief and lack depth. Remember that you need to discuss both the screenings and the assigned readings.

  • How do Orange is the New Black and Black Mirror move beyond notions of “positive” and “negative” representation?
  • According to Kearney, why is intersectional analysis important when studying representation on television? What does using this method on Orange is the New Black help us understand? How could we employ this method to the episode “San Junipero”?
  • Analyze Black Mirror (either one episode or both) as it pertains to a recurring issue of the science-fiction genre (technological or biological change, the ‘other’, changing human values, dystopian or utopian visions, repression or liberation, changing gender/sexuality roles, technophobia)? How does the speculative premise of the episode allow it to confront difficult social issues?Here are a few questions to consider as you review the week’s assigned materials and write your response. You don’t have to answer them all in your response; in fact, answering them all might lead to answers that are too brief and lack depth. Remember that you need to discuss both the screenings and the assigned readings.
    • How do Orange is the New Black and Black Mirror move beyond notions of “positive” and “negative” representation?
    • According to Kearney, why is intersectional analysis important when studying representation on television? What does using this method on Orange is the New Black help us understand? How could we employ this method to the episode “San Junipero”?
    • Analyze Black Mirror (either one episode or both) as it pertains to a recurring issue of the science-fiction genre (technological or biological change, the ‘other’, changing human values, dystopian or utopian visions, repression or liberation, changing gender/sexuality roles, technophobia)? How does the speculative premise of the episode allow it to confront difficult social issues?

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