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  • 1. Genre
  • 2. What is Genre
    Genre can be defined as patterns, forms, styles and structures which transcend individual art productions and which supervise both their construction by artists and their reading by audiences.
     
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  • 3. The Breakdown
    Genre can be defined as patterns, forms, styles and structures
    which transcend individual art productions and which
    supervise both their construction by artists and their reading by audiences.
  • 4. Genre – 2 parts
    • Articulation
    • 5. Examples
    • 6. Supervises construction
    • 7. How these ideas are shown in this text.
    Framework
    Expectation
    Transcends individual productions
    Build up of ideas from similar texts
  • 8. Women’s magazine covers
  • 9. TITLE
    Framework:
    My collection of ideas about what it ‘should’ or ‘might’; look like.
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    Main Image
    Feature
    Feature
    Feature
    Feature
    Feature
    “Quote”
  • 10. Articulation.
    How that ‘system’ is followed in actual, real life examples.
  • 11. Pick from the list
    Music – latest single / album / artwork
    TV episode
    Journey to school
    Sandwich filling
    Sunday morning
    Explain your ‘framework’ of expectations, and how one real life example lived up to them (or didn’t).
  • 12. The Repertoire of Elements – genre in film.
  • 13. Western Films
  • 14. TV drama sub-genre.
    Thriller
    Costume
    Police
    Sit-com
    1) Use the repertoire of elements to identify the FRAMEWORK of your chosen category.
    How are these things ARTICULATED in a specific film you know?