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An Introduction to Textual Analysis: Sherlock

Discuss the ways in which the extract constructs the representation of ability/disability using the following:

  • Camera shots, angles, movement and composition
  • Editing
  • Sound
  • Mise-en-scéne

Throughout the extract, the representation of ability/disability is constructed. 782 more words

Textual Analysis

TV Drama - REPRESENTATION Of Shameless

Explain How Disability Is Represented By Camera Work 

Disability is represented in the Shameless extract (season two, episode two) predominately through the character, Marty. Marty is presented as isolated, dangerous and disoriented – all attributes associated with being an outcast. 704 more words

TV Drama

Textual analysis of Sherlock: Series One, Episode One

Discuss the ways in which the extract constructs the representation of ability/ disability, Sound Design, Mise-en-Scene and editing. 

In camerawork, there is a bird’s eye view shot above John the main character as he is lying on his bed. 995 more words

Representation In TV Drama

Sherlock- My first textual analysis task

Discuss the ways in which the extract constructs the representation of ability/disability using the following:

-Camera shots, angles, movement and composition

-Editing

-Sound

-Mise-en-scene

At the start of the extract the camera is looking down at John Watson this may mean that he is not capable of something, such as keeping his emotions under control as he is breathing heavily and begins to cry this could be due to the dream but also he could have a physical disability that has rendered him incapable of some actions, this is backed up by the sound of a grenade going off and guns firing still after he wake up so we can assume he was in the army. 1,051 more words

Representation In TV Drama

How is disability represented through camerawork in this extract of Shameless?

In the following extract from ‘Shameless’, disability is being represented mainly through one of the characters called Marty, who appears to be dangerous and threatening but at the same time also vulnerable. 475 more words

TV Drama

- Cold Case -

“Cold Case” has been one of my favorite show if you ask me when I become an elderly.

I wasn’t sure why to be very honest, but I guess finding answers in the sea of histories seemed a fun thing to do. 107 more words

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