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  • Representations Of Violence From A Male Perspective
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    The representation of violence exacted upon women in cinema is inextricable from being projected upon all women. To provide a scene that objectifies the female is to reduce the feminine form to its non-dual state, e. g., a sexual object providing a vessel for male gratification (hubris and sexual) rather then being defined by its duality of sentient and physical forms. Those who construct scenes of violence against women are bound to a moral responsibility to subjectify the woman's perspective, ...
  • Exaggerations Of Current Day Dysfunctional Tv Families
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    In TV's Anti-Families: Married... with Malaise, Josh Ozersky talks about the repackaging of American TV families from Ozzie and Harriet into Rosanne. From the point of view that the corporate world has manipulated television viewers into watching TV he shows the exaggerations of current day dysfunctional TV families. He goes on to discuss what the effects of these shows are on family values. Ozersky mentions the idea that a boundless discontent exists in our culture and its beginnings are found ...
  • Darth Vadar The Audio Codes
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    The film Star Wars by George Lucas presents the characters Luke Skywalker, Darth Vadar and Princess Leia in particular ways. This essay will give examples of the different film codes, such as audio, technical and symbolic that help the viewer to see the characters in each of these ways. The Alliance The character of Luke Skywalker becomes more real from the use of film codes. Technical codes such as close ups are used frequently on Luke to show his facial expressions. An example of this is at th...
  • Hereafter's Use Of Time
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    An Angel at my Table and The Sweet Hereafter: a Difference in Time The two movies An Angel at my Table and The Sweet Hereafter tell stories about the trials of being human. They both show the viewer a world that they with any luck do not have first hand knowledge. Though they both talk of the human condition, they do so by using stylistic differences that in their own right pull the viewer into the story. The way that time is manipulated is the most obvious way the two films differ in the way th...
  • Viewers Values And Emotions In Order
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    Current Affairs -An important part of the effectiveness of current affairs programmes is the way they tap into viewers' values and emotions in order to encourage a particular attitude in the viewer. Discuss this statement with reference to a specific cur An important part of the effectiveness of current affairs programmes is the way they tap into viewers' values and emotions in order to encourage a particular attitude in the viewer. Discuss this statement with reference to a specific current aff...
  • Waltons Tv Family
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    Americas TV Role Model What America needs is a family like The Waltons, not families like The Simpsons – at least according to President George Bush. A strange remark, given that one does not normally expect the President of the United States to pass judgments on television dramas like The Waltons, let along cartoon shows like The Simpsons. The producers of The Simpsons were quick to respond, by making Bart Simpson remark that the Simpson family was really just like the Walton's family ...

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