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  • 1. 1. What is the name of sound that characters can hear, such as telephones and speech?
  • 2. 2. What is the name of sound that characters can’t hear, such as music and voice overs?
  • 3. 3. What’s this kind of shot called?
  • 4. 4. What’s this kind of shot called?
  • 5. 5. What’s this kind of shot called?
  • 6. 6. What types of code include body language and facial expression?
  • 7. 7. What type of sign looks like the thing it represents?
  • 8. 8. What type of sign is the spoken/written word (with the exception of onomoatopoeia)?
  • 9. 9. What type of sign is this?
    (The answer is NOT ‘a road sign’)
  • 10. 10. What is disequilibrium and what comes before and after it?
  • 11. 11. Whose theory includes the term ‘disequilibrium’?
  • 12. 12. Name three character types that Propp proposed could be found in most Russian fairy tales?
  • 13. 13. What do you call a literal meaning of a sign?
  • 14. 14. What do you call its symbolic meaning (what it represents)?
  • 15. 15. What do you call the part of the image that is in front and (usually) in focus?
  • 16. 16. What do you call the part of the image that is behind?
  • 17. 17. What is the technique of leaving pieces out by editing?
  • 18. 18. What is the name given to the ingredients of a certain genre / the parts that work together in signifying the genre?
  • 19. 19. What do you call an individual or specific part of a genre?
    Clue... A genre............
  • 20. 20. What three things can a text do to a stereotype?
  • 21. 21. What three kinds of readings does Stuart Hall suggest a text has?
  • 22. 22. Who claimed that woman have traditionally been constructed to be look at by the dominant male gaze. What date did she write up this theory?
  • 23. 23. Complete John Berger’s quote: “Men act, women....”
  • 24. 24. What is a mix of genres called?
  • 25. 25. What is a specific branch of a genre called (e.g. The superhero genre as a specific part of the action genre)
  • 26. 26. What type of narrative presents events in time order.
  • 27. 27. What’s it called when events are shown out of time-order?
  • 28. 28. Name three of Richard Dyer’s ‘Utopias’ (reasons why people consume media texts)
  • 29. 29. Name three of Blumler and Katz’s Uses and Gratifications of media texts.
  • 30. 30. Name two demographics and two psychographics.
  • 31. 31. What are the 5 stages of writing a paragraph of analysis?
  • 32. 1. What is the name of sound that characters can hear, such as telephones and speech?
  • 33. 1. What is the name of sound that characters can hear, such as telephones and speech? ANSWER: DIEGETIC SOUND
  • 34. 2. What is the name of sound that characters can’t hear, such as music and voice overs?
  • 35. 2. What is the name of sound that characters can’t hear, such as music and voice overs? ANSWER: NON-DIEGETIC SOUND
  • 36. 3. What’s this kind of shot called?
  • 37. 3. What’s this kind of shot called?
    ANSWER: A CLOSE UP
  • 38. 4. What’s this kind of shot called?
  • 39. 4. What’s this kind of shot called?
    ANSWER: ESTABLISHING SHOT / LONG SHOT
  • 40. 5. What’s this kind of shot called?
  • 41. 5. What’s this kind of shot called?
    ANSWER: EXTREME CLOSE UP
  • 42. 6. What types of code include body language and facial expression?
  • 43. 6. What types of code include body language and facial expression?
    ANSWER: NON-VERBAL CODE or VISUAL CODE
  • 44. 7. What type of sign looks like the thing it represents?
  • 45. 7. What type of sign looks like the thing it represents?
    ANSWER: ICONIC SIGN
  • 46. 8. What type of sign is the spoken/written word (with the exception of onomoatopoeia)?
  • 47. 8. What type of sign is the spoken/written word (with the exception of onomoatopoeia)?
    ANSWER: SYMBOLIC SIGN
  • 48. 9. What type of sign is this?
    (The answer is NOT ‘a road sign’)
  • 49. 9. What type of sign is this?
    (The answer is NOT ‘a road sign’)
    ANSWER: INDEXICAL SIGN
  • 50. 10. What is disequilibrium and what comes before and after it?
  • 51. 10. What is disequilibrium and what comes before and after it?
    ANSWER: It is the state of chaos/imabalance/a problem/dilemma. It is preceeded by the equilibrium and followed by a new equilibrium
  • 52. 11. Whose theory includes the term ‘disequilibrium?
  • 53. 11. Whose theory includes the term ‘disequilibrium?
    ANSWER: Todorov
  • 54. 12. Name three character types that Propp proposed could be found in most Russian fairy tales?
  • 55. 12. Name three character types that Propp proposed could be found in most Russian fairy tales?
    ANSWER: The hero / false hero / dispatcher / helper / princess / magician etc.
  • 56. 13. What do you call a literal meaning of a sign?
  • 57. 13. What do you call a literal meaning of a sign?
    ANSWER: DENOTATION
  • 58. 14. What do you call its symbolic meaning (what it represents)?
  • 59. 14. What do you call its symbolic meaning (what it represents)?
    ANSWER: CONNOTATION
  • 60. 15. What do you call the part of the image that is in front and (usually) in focus?
  • 61. 15. What do you call the part of the image that is in front and (usually) in focus?
    ANSWER: FOREGROUND
  • 62. 16. What do you call the part of the image that is behind?
  • 63. 16. What do you call the part of the image that is behind?
    ANSWER: BACKGROUND
  • 64. 17. What is the technique of leaving pieces out by editing?
  • 65. 17. What is the technique of leaving pieces out by editing?
    ANSWER: ELLIPSES
  • 66. 18. What is the name given to the ingredients of a certain genre / the parts that work together in signifying the genre?
  • 67. 18. What is the name given to the ingredients of a certain genre / the parts that work together in signifying the genre?
    ANSWER: THE REPERTOIRE OF ELEMENTS
  • 68. 19. What do you call an individual or specific part of a genre?
    Clue... A genre............
  • 69. 19. What do you call an individual or specific part of a genre?
    Clue... A genre............
    ANSWER: CODE/TROPE
  • 70. 20. What three things can a text do to a stereotype?
  • 71. 20. What three things can a text do to a stereotype?
    ANSWER: REINFORCE / MODIFY / SUBVERT
  • 72. 21. What three kinds of readings does Stuart Hall suggest a text has?
  • 73. 21. What three kinds of readings does Stuart Hall suggest a text has?
    ANSWER: PREFERRED / NEGOTIATED / OPPOSITIONAL
  • 74. 22. Who claimed that woman have traditionally been constructed to be look at by the dominant male gaze. What date did she write up this theory?
  • 75. 22. Who claimed that woman have traditionally been constructed to be look at by the dominant male gaze. What date did she write up this theory?
    ANSWER: Laura Mulvey (1975)
  • 76. 23. Complete John Berger’s quote: “Men act, women....”
  • 77. 23. Complete John Berger’s quote: “Men act, women....”
    ANSWER: APPEAR
  • 78. 24. What is a mix of genres called?
  • 79. 24. What is a mix of genres called?
    ANSWER: A HYBRID GENRE
  • 80. 25. What is a specific branch of a genre called (e.g. The superhero genre as a specific part of the action genre)
  • 81. 25. What is a specific branch of a genre called (e.g. The superhero genre as a specific part of the action genre)ANSWER: A SUB-GENRE
  • 82. 26. What type of narrative presents events in time order.
  • 83. 26. What type of narrative presents events in time order.ANSWER: A LINEAR NARRATIVE
  • 84. 27. What’s it called when events are shown out of time-order?
  • 85. 27. What’s it called when events are shown out of time-order?ANSWER: A NON-LINEAR NARRATIVE
  • 86. 28. Name three of Richard Dyer’s ‘Utopias’ (reasons why people consume media texts)
  • 87. 28. Name three of Richard Dyer’s ‘Utopias’ (reasons why people consume media texts)ANSWER: ENERGY / COMMUNITY / CLARITY or TRANSPARENCY / ABUNDANCE / INTENSITY
  • 88. 29. Name three of Blumler and Katz’s Uses and Gratifications of media texts.
  • 89. 29. Name three of Blumler and Katz’s Uses and Gratifications of media texts.ANSWER: INFORMATION / PERSONAL IDENTITY / SOCIAL INTERACTION / ENTERTAINMENT
  • 90. 30. Name two demographics and two psychographics.
  • 91. 30. Name two demographics and two psychographics.DEMOGRAPHICS: A / B / C1 / C2 / D / EPSYCHOGRAPHICS: ASPIRER, SUCCEEDER, REFORMER, EXPLORER, RESIGNED, STRUGGLER
  • 92. 31. What are the 5 stages of writing a paragraph of analysis?
  • 93. 31. What are the 5 stages of writing a paragraph of analysis?
    • Identify a specific technique, using media terminology.
    • 94. Briefly explain what it communicates.
    • 95. Describe specific/significant aspects.
    • 96. Discuss how it appeals/what it may communicate to its target audience.
    • 97. Explore a negotiated or oppositional reading, including your own position, using critical theory, if relevant.

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