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  • 1. "Le collage est la noble conquête de l'irrationnel, l'accouplement de deux réalités, en apparence irréconciliables, sur un plan qui ne semble pas leur convenir."
  • 2. 1969 was an election year in Ghana, Kwame Nkrumah’s one-party regime had been overthrown.
  • 3. Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing? (1956)
  • 4. 'Merkel and Hollande' in cosy breakfast summit
  • 5. JON STEWART – THE DAILY SHOW
  • 6. CLASS ACTIVITY In your blog groups, find a relevant political mashup and answer the following questions: What type of video have you chosen and why? Who can make a video mashup? How can others participate in this remix culture? How are the videos shared? Do peer-to-peer videos pose a threat to traditional media sources? What is the significance of this citizen-generated medium? What are the various types of political mashups? Are political mashup viral videos common in France? Explore areas such as censorship, defamation, gaffes, etc. Present your findings to the class. POST YOUR VIDEO AND WRITE UP YOUR FINDINGS IN YOUR BLOGS

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