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Railings Analysis


Who, what, where is being represented?

In what way? By whom?

Why is the subject being represented in this way?

Is the representation fair and accurate?

What opportunities exist for self-representation by the subject?


To whom is the text addressed? What is the target audience?


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What work is being done by the sound track / commentary / language of the text?

What are the dominant images and iconography, and what is their relevance to the major themes of the

What sound and visual techniques are used to convey meaning (e.g. camera positioning, editing; the…

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