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    Introduction to TV Drama Introduction to TV Drama Presentation Transcript

    • OCR G322 Key Media Concepts TV Drama
      • June exam
      • Exam will be TWO hours
      • 20- 25 mins screening plus TWO questions (TV Drama, The Radio Industry)
      • You will be shown a 4-5 minute extract of an unseen British TV Drama, screened FOUR times.
      Key Points
    • The Basics…
      • With all media, meaning is CONSTRUCTED through CODES and CONVENTIONS .
      • We understand them because they are taught subconsciously.
      • You must bear this in mind in ALL your analyses.
    • For example… If we CUT from an exterior to an interior shot, we ASSUME we are seeing the inside of the building, because it is a known CONVENTION of TV drama and we understand the CODE .
      • We will be studying in depth the following technical areas:
      • Camerawork (cinematography)
      • Mise en scene
      • Sound
      • Editing/SFX
      • And you will need to understand these terms:
      • Media Languages
      • Institution
      • Audience
      • Representation
      • Genre
      • Narrative
      • The 7 areas of REPRESENTATION are:
      • AGE
      • GENDER
      • ETHNICITY
      • REGIONAL IDENTITY
      • CLASS/ SOCIAL STATUS
      • SEXUALITY
      • ABILITY/ DISABILTY
    • So, to sum up…
      • You will be asked to explain HOW one of these representations is created through use of CODES , CONVENTIONS and the four TECHNICAL AREAS ,and how meaning is conveyed to the audience.
    • “ Representation” =
      • The signs that stand in for, or take the place of, something else .
      • E.g, tattoos can represent:
      • A rebellious, tough
      • personality
      • A commemorative
      • gesture
      • Or a drunken
      • mistake
    • RE-PRESENTATION
      • Literally re- presenting a person, a group, an event
      • Filtering something to show a point of view, a belief, or to attract certain audiences.
      What are the aims of these re-presentations?
    • Creating Representations and Constructing Meaning
      • How are representations of GENDER
      • being constructed in these posters?
      Key Words FEMALE MALE FEMININE MASCULINE
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