GCSE Media Studies AQA (8572)

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Media One: Sections A and B
Section A: Exploring Media Language and Representation
Magazines: Media Language (for exams from 2023)
Magazines: Representation (for exams from 2023)
Newspapers: Media Language (for 2023 examination)
Newspapers: Media Language (for 2025 examination)
Newspapers: Representation (for 2023 examination)
Newspapers: Representation (for 2025 examination)
Advertisements and Marketing: Media Language
Advertisements and Marketing: Representation
Online, Social & Participatory Media & Video Games: Media Language (2025 exams)
Online, Social & Participatory Media & Video Games: Representation (2025 exams)
Section B: Exploring Media Industries and Audiences
Newspapers: Industries (for exams from 2023)
Newspapers: Audiences (for 2023 examination)
Newspapers: Audiences (for 2025 examination)
Radio: Industries (for exams from 2023)
Radio: Audiences (for exams from 2023)
Online, Social & Participatory Media & Video Games: Industries (2025 exams)
Online, Social & Participatory Media & Video Games: Audiences (2025 exams)
Music Videos: Industries (for exams from 2023)
Music Videos: Audiences (for exams from 2023)
Media Two: Section A (Television)
Doctor Who (1963) BBC Series: Episode 1: 'An Unearthly Child' (exams from 2023)
Historical, Social and Cultural Contexts
His Dark Materials (2020) BBC. S2, E1: The City of Magpies (exams from 2023)
Historical, Social and Cultural Contexts


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