MISE-EN-SCÈNEwhatever appearswithin the frame –setting, lighting,characters, props“The director uses the mise-en-scène to create a sense ofloneliness by framing thecharacter against anenormous, empty landscape.”
CREGULATIONLaws, rules, guidelines which define andrestrict the parameters within which themedia work.Self-regulation – within the industry (e.g.press complaints commission)Government regulation: often operated byQANGOs! (Quasi-Autonomous Non-Governmental Organisations - likeOFCOM)
qDISMEMBERMENTin advertisingespecially,women’s bodiesare cropped/masked in orderto emphasisesexualised bodyparts.
NEWSVALUEScriteria applied todetermine what isnewsworthy.“News values determine theprominence given to newsstories, their order, andwhether they are included orexcluded from the newsagenda.”
cSTEREOTYPEAn oversimplified,sometimes humorous,representation whichis used to categoriseand evaluatemembers of aparticular group
bVOYEURISMThe practice ofgaining pleasure fromlooking at otherpeople whilstremaininganonymous.