Media Semiotics: An Introduction, Second Edition
Manchester University Press, 5 juil. 2002 - 240 pages
Media Semiotics is a lucid investigation of the critical approach in contemporary media studies. Using examples such as Big Brother and Billy Elliot, Jonathan Bignell steps easily from basic concepts to more complex theories, while devoting chapters to specific media forms. New material in this second edition includes sections on men's style magazines, docusoaps and 'realityTV', digital interactive television, and mobile phone text messaging.
Avis des internautes - Rédiger un commentaire
Aucun commentaire n'a été trouvé aux emplacements habituels.
Signs and myths
8 autres sections non affichées
Autres éditions - Tout afficher
active advertising analysis appear audience Barthes become broadcast called camera channels chapter characters cinema codes connotations constructed context conventions cover critical CRUZ culture decode denoted desire discourse discussed documentary drama effect example existing experience feminine fiction film function further genre gives iconic identity ideological important individual instance interactive interests involvement issues kinds language linguistic signs live look magazines masculine medium men's million myth mythic meanings narrative natural newspapers object offer particular person photograph picture pleasure position present programmes reader reading reality reference relation relationship reports represent role seen semiotic semiotic analysis sense sequence shape share shots signified similar social society sound space spectator stories structure television theory things tion University University Library viewer visual watching women