A2 Media Theories

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  • Created on: 24-03-14 22:38
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  • Theories
    • Blulmer and Katz
      • Uses and Gratifications
        • Diversion
        • Personal Identity
        • Personal Relationship
        • Surveillance
    • Propp
      • Characters
        • Antagonist
        • Protagonist
        • Hero
        • Mentor
        • Helper
        • Father
        • Heroine
        • Donor
    • Todorov
      • Narrative Structure
        • Equilibrium
        • Disruption
        • New Equilibrium
    • Maslow
      • Hierarchy of Needs
        • Self Actulization
        • Esteem
        • Love/ Belonging
        • Safety
        • Physiological
    • Effects Theories
      • Two Step Flow
        • Mass Media
        • Opinion Leaders
        • Followers
      • Hypodermic Needle Theory
        • Injects the passive audience members with a dominant ideology
      • Frankfurt School Theory
        • Mass audience is manipulated by society
      • Passive Audiene
        • Watch the media and don't challenge it
        • Led by ideologies they see within the media
        • Influenced and controlled by what they see/hear
      • Active Audience
        • Passive Audiene
          • Watch the media and don't challenge it
          • Led by ideologies they see within the media
          • Influenced and controlled by what they see/hear
        • Challenge the media
        • Not affected by ideologies
      • Reception Theory
        • David Morely
          • Preferred
            • What the producers want the audience to get from the media
          • Oppositional
            • Don't share the code and don't agree with the preferred reading
          • Negotiated
            • They like it and share the code, audience takes it in their own way
      • Gramsci
        • Hegemony
    • Signs and Codes
      • Denotation
        • First level of analysis, what it is
      • Connotation
        • Denotation
          • First level of analysis, what it is
        • Second level of analysis, what it signifies
      • Sassure
        • Came up with semoitics
      • Barthes
        • Expanded on Sassure
    • Violoence in the Media
      • Gerbner
        • Mean World Syndrome
          • Makes viewers think the world is more dangerous is than it is
      • Cultivation Theory
        • Consistent repetitive open to violent media
    • Sound
      • Digetic
      • Non-Digetic
    • Censorship
      • BBFC
        • Film
      • OFCOM
        • TV and Radio
      • PEGI
        • Games
      • ASA
        • Advertising
      • PCC
        • Press
    • Technical Codes
      • Cameria Angles
      • Lighting
      • Sound
      • Editing
      • Symbolic Codes
      • Colour
    • Representation
      • Dyer
        • All about power
      • Perkins
        • Not always negative and contrain elements of the truth
      • Medhurst
        • Shorthand for the media

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Danielle964

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