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Discourse : the power of language and communication / contributors: Phase 4 & 5 Shades of Noir team, Arooj Khan, Claire Hiscock, Kerian Preddie...[and others].

by Shades of Noir (SoN) [issuing body.]Looking glass; University of the Arts London [host institution.]Looking glass.

Series: Shades of noirTerms of reference: Publisher: [London, England] : Shades of Noir, [2018]Description: 91 pages : illustrations (colour) ; 25 cm.Subject(s): Communication and cultureLooking glass | Cultural awarenessLooking glass | Cultural pluralismLooking glass | Language and cultureLooking glass | Language and languages -- Political aspectsLooking glass | Power (Social sciences)Looking glass | ZinesLooking glass | ZinesLooking glassNote: "Shades of Noir is an independent program that supports curriculum design, pedagogies of social justice through representation, cultural currency, and accessible knowledge. This is a program that creates opportunities for marginalised groups and their need for safe spaces to articulate self-determination and liberate the struggles from oppressive structures both in education and society." -- www.capitadiscovery.co.uk.;
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Reference Camberwell College of Arts
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Reference London College of Fashion
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"Shades of Noir is an independent program that supports curriculum design, pedagogies of social justice through representation, cultural currency, and accessible knowledge. This is a program that creates opportunities for marginalised groups and their need for safe spaces to articulate self-determination and liberate the struggles from oppressive structures both in education and society." -- www.capitadiscovery.co.uk.

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Includes bibliographical references.

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