Essay on Audience Theory

Analysis of Shakespeare’s The Tempest – Effective

The first scene of The Tempest is unlike most of the openings in Shakespeare’s plays, in that includes quite a bit of action. Instead of properly introducing some of the main characters, or setting up an important plot strand, this opening scene appears to be only an attention-grabbing device.This statement can be made quite justifiably, […]

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The function of Genre

The concept of genre is useful in looking at ways in which media texts are organised, categorised and consumed. It is applied to television, print and radio texts s well as film. The concept of genre suggests that there are certain types of media material, often story-types, which are recognised through common element, such as […]

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Unforgiven Analysis – Closing Sequence

Through out Unforgiven, visual, sound and setting elements are used to create meaning. This is especially true in the final sequence in which visual elements illustrate the meaning and state of beings of characters and the situation. The closing sequence involves William Munney living up to the perceptions made of him through out the film […]

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Researching Europe: Unity, Diversity and Identity

The title of the topic that the speaker chose was, “The Islamic Headscarf Ban: Cultural Identity and Acceptance within France. ” This is a topic that is receiving much media attention since the act of terrorism that took place on 11 September, 2001 in the USA. In Europe it is a topic of contention and […]

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Englishexample

In both passage I and II, the narrator’s indicate the beauty of nature. In the first passage, Jay Parini points out his concern about the destruction of nature by mankind. In the other text, Beryl Markham describes the sanctuary and endless Serenghetti Plains. People around the globe need to be more appreciative and have a […]

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Eternal Sunshine

Art of Cinema Before taking this course, I had yet to known how much thought directors and producers put in upon creating a movie. From the three different movies that we have seen so far in the class, I have chosen to write on Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. I watched this movie without […]

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Caaptt Jeremy Kyle Transcript

Text A is a transcript that comes from a popular telecasting chat chow ‘The Jeremy Kyle Show’ . The interview is between Jeremy Kyle and Andrew. a 22 twelvemonth old adult male that has been accused of rip offing on his married woman. The show has a direct audience of the studio crowd but it […]

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How does Dreamworks represent RJ in Over The Hedge

In this essay, the way DreamWorks represents RJ as a stereotypical hero will be explored. The meaning of the word hero will be explained, further backed up by how RJ is shown as the principal character , and testified by camera angles, sound use and effects, signs and signifiers, and generally how the film ‘Over […]

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Shoe-Horn Sonata and Vivian Bullwinkle Article Essay

Composers use distinctively ocular images to research complex thoughts. These thoughts are what make the ocular images distinctive or memorable. In the instance of John Misto’s play. “The Shoe-Horn Sonata. ” the atrociousnesss of war. the ability to get the better of hardship. the autumn of the imperium. trueness and friendly relationship are some of […]

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Mass audience

When creating an artefact for a mass audience it is necessary to find the correct data for the target audience. This includes researching form, audience, context and some basic content. I used both primary and secondary data. For examples of these see the appendices. I used a questionnaire to survey my target audience and establish […]

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Artauds theories

“The paradox of Artaud lies in the fact that it is impossible to carry out his proposals. “- (Grotowski) Discuss how this statement us true in light of what you know about his theories. There is no straight forward answer to this question as there are many points to consider. The dictionary states that a […]

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Thea Elvsted is a foil to Hedda

Throughout the play, Thea Elvsted is a foil to Hedda. She acts as a contrast to the main character in both personality and looks; Hedda being tall, thin with sharp features whilst Thea is smaller, with soft features and a more womanly body. Thus Thea is often used, during the script, to differentiate from Hedda […]

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Musical films, Bride and Predjudice and Grease

For years now, musicals have played an essential part in the film industry. Musical scenes are a feature incorporated by directors such as Randall Klies in for example “Grease”, as they engage audiences with their elaborate styles and dance sequences. Directors are generally attracted by musical scenes, because they allow audiences imaginations to experience an […]

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Intentions or Artists in Creating Artwork and How This May Differ to Audience Interpretations

All art, whether it be sculptural, painting, drawing, photography, architectural, musical or literary, is made with intention. The artist themselves create their art with the intent purpose to evoke particular responses within their audiences. However, the idea that the artists??? intention automatically overrules and invalidates the viewers??? personal response is a topic that receives much […]

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Migrants by Bruce Dawe

Bruce Dawe’s poem, Migrants, portrays a long quest from the perception of a migrant group. The particular group is acknowledged as “they” as they were met with indifferences from the locals. “They” reacted to this treatment with surprise and confusion which is made evident in the line, “indifference surprised them.. ” which creates a sense […]

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