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The media term that describes dominant ideologies that are maintained by the mass media and society?
Hegemony
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What is moral panic?
A group of people are victimised
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What is the amplification aspect of moral panic?
New stories, new photos about a story, can cause fear
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The term that assumes the audience is active and a topic is discussed?
2 step flow
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Dyer
Stereotypes are always about power
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Medhurst
Short hand
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Perkins
Stereotypes are not always negative but shows some truth
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Preferred reading
Most likely to be received
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Oppositional
Reading by the audience that is not the main target audience. They reject the preferred reading
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Negotiated
The audience accept the meaning of the media products but modify the way it is interpreted
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Closed text
Media text that restrict different interpretations
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Continuity editing
Editing style that aims to present text in a linear, chronological manner as if it were real time movement of a narrative
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Convergence
The coming together of new media technologies
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Diegesis
The narrative that includes the whole fictional world created by a media text
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Encode
The process of constructing the media message in a suitable form for transmission
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Enigma code
When nothing is clear and the audience begin to ask questions
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Action code
The nothing on in a sequence e.g a knock on a door
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