Narrative </li></li></ul><li>Media Language<br />Media Language covers the specific jargon used with in the media industry.<br />It’s split in to cinematography, editing, sound and mise en scene.<br />Media language allows for easier analysis of media texts as each section looks at different aspects of production whilst also all interlinking.<br />
Representation <br />This is how a media text creates an image of and particular idea of a certain social group, issue place etc.<br />This is presented through cinematography, editing, sound and mise en scene. This relates back to media language.<br />
Genre – ‘Type’ or ‘kind’<br />This is how media texts can be categorized.<br />There are conventions to each genre and through looking at these a media text will be categorized depending on its contents.<br />Different genres include; thriller, western, romantic comedy and chick flick.<br />There are conventions of iconography and conventions of theme.<br />
Narrative<br />This is how a story is structured or organised.<br />It will normally be linear or chronological.<br />The conventions of narrative allow for times and spaces to be orgnised in a way that is meaningful to the viewer.<br />
Audience<br />Considers how a text will be read and how it will be interacted with.<br />Audiences can be defined through location, consumption, size and subjectivity.<br />
Our Video Audiences<br />For the Thriller Opening the audience would be regulated <br />
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