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Altman
Semantic and Syntactic conventions of genre
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Neale
Genre as Repetition and Difference
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Hartley
Genre is interpreted culturally
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Todorov
Three-act structure (equilibrium, act 1, disruption, act 2, resolution, act 3, new equilibrium)
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Lyotard
Meta-narratives
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Medhurst
Stereotypes for quick identfication
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Dyer
Stereotypes created by people in power against those without
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Simpson
Metrosexual Male
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Gill
Female Gaze
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Mulvey
Male Gaze
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Butler
Queer Theory
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Alvorado
Ethnicity as dangerous, humorous and exotic
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Aronoff
Old age
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Cohen
Moral panics ('mods and rockers')
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Jenkins
Genre is constantly breaking the rules
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Levi-Strauss
Binary oppositions
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Gould
Youth stereotypes (sexual and rebellious)
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Propp
Character roles
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Mosher and Sirkin
Hypermasculinity
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Greer
The glamorous ideal
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Blumler and Katz
Uses and gratifications
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Hall
Reception theory
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Young and Rubicam
The 4 c's
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Gerbner
Cultivation theory
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Katz and Lazerfeld
Two-step flow
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Hitchcock
Positioning (bomb under the table)
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Dyer
Utopian theory
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Bandura
Bobo doll experiment for violence
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Gledhill
Star Theory
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Neale

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Hartley

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Todorov

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Lyotard

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