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TWO STEP FLOW THEORY
is about how people choose media products. It says that there are people called opinion leaders. These leaders pay close attention to the media and then pass their opinions on to friends and co-workers. These people follow the opinion leaders.
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Todorov
Every plot consists of 5 stages: A state of equilibrium. A disruption of that order by and event. A recognition that the disorder has occurred. An attempt to repair the damage of the disruption. A return to a new equilibrium.
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Levi Strauss
Levi Strauss theory is that the conflict is based around the binary opposites and that the binary opposites are the central climax of a narrative structure. For example; Good vs. Evil, Black vs. White, Boy vs. Girl, Peace vs. War, Hero vs. Villain.
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Propp
8 Character Roles; The Hero, The Villain, The Helper, The Princess, The Father, The False Hero, The Dispatcher, The Donor
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Daniel Chandler
genre is too restricting, pro hybridization- Chandler believed that genre was too restricting for a film. It would limit the appeal to an audience.
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Every plot consists of 5 stages: A state of equilibrium. A disruption of that order by and event. A recognition that the disorder has occurred. An attempt to repair the damage of the disruption. A return to a new equilibrium.

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Todorov

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Levi Strauss theory is that the conflict is based around the binary opposites and that the binary opposites are the central climax of a narrative structure. For example; Good vs. Evil, Black vs. White, Boy vs. Girl, Peace vs. War, Hero vs. Villain.

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8 Character Roles; The Hero, The Villain, The Helper, The Princess, The Father, The False Hero, The Dispatcher, The Donor

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genre is too restricting, pro hybridization- Chandler believed that genre was too restricting for a film. It would limit the appeal to an audience.

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