The genres, codes, conventions and symbolic forms of messages shape perception and interpretation.
Nasha is an undergraduate student in the Broadcasting, Telecommunications, and Mass Media department at Temple University. She received her Associates degree in Science from Broome Community College in 2005. Her academic interests include studying the relationship between media and society. She is especially interested in media literacy in underrepresented communities as consumers and mediamakers. Her primary responsibility as an intern at the Media Education Lab is helping to maintain and develop My Pop Studio.