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1. Narrative Theory Media Studies AS 2. Narrative: the way in which a story is told in both fictional and non-fictional media texts. 3. Vladimir Propp Russian critic and

Narrative theory Narrative theory By Gruvin Intro A narrative is not the same as a story. A story refers to the base, including events, places and people. Although, a narrative

1. Narrative Theory Learning Objective: To understand what is meant by narrative and look at some examples of narrative theory. 2. Plot vs Narrative The plot of a film is

1. L/O: To understand the narrative theories of Todorov, Strauss, Barthes, Propp, Cameron -to be able to apply theory to films in order to identify and explain the theories

1. NARRATIVEMedia StudiesMedia Studies 2. Narrative is a way of organising spatialand temporal data into a cause and effectchain of events with a beginning, middleand

1. Narrative Theory 2. Narrative Theory Narrative can be described as: The wayin which the plot is told to the audience Narrative is strongly linked to the audienceand

1. Narrative structureBy Casey Jefferies 2. Todorovs theory Tzvetan Todorovs theory states that there are five stages of development to every film. These five stages

1.NARRATIVE THEORY PROPP & TODOROV2. NARRATIVE STRUCTUREPropp 1) Preparation 2) Complication 3) Transference 4) Struggle 5) Return 6) RecognitionTodorov 1) Equilibrium

1.G325 1B Narrative2. Narrative Narrative is about how stories are told. Applying different models of narrative structure to your work may reveal unconscious things that

1. Narrative Theory 2. Tim O'Sullivan argues that all media texts tells us some kind of story. Through careful mediation, media texts offer a way of telling stories,

1. Theories about narrative structure.Narrative Thestory of the film.Narrative Structure Theway the story is told.3 ways narrative can be structured:Circular Thefilm

1. Narrative Theory 2. Tzvetan Todorovs Narrative Theory Todorov suggested that every story started balanced beginning, then disrupted which is a disequilibrium. Later,

1. L/O: To understand the narrative theories ofTodorov, Barthes, Propp, Strauss-to be able to apply theory to films in order to identify and explain the theories 2. To

1. Part AIn relation to a film 2. Todorov specified that there are fivedifferent stages of narrative. Equilibrium (normality) Disequilibrium (Conflict of equilibriumcaused

Narrative Theory Narrative Theory Ben Bateman Todorovs Narrative Theory Todorovs narrative theory is neither a liner or non linear narrative. Although there is an apparent

Narrative theory Narrative theory Levi Strauss-binary oppositions Strauss, an early 20th centaury French anthropologist proposed the way in which particular things within

G235: Critical Perspectives in Media Theoretical Evaluation of Production 1b) Narrative Aims/Objectives To reinforce the key narrative theorists. To have a basic

NARRATIVE NARRATIVE NARRATIVE BORDWELL AND THOMPSON [1997] STORY PLOT what we see inferred events non-diegetic material (how we are shown what happens) (what happens) TIM

Slide 1 Narrative theory 1 Propp 2 Vladmir Propp examined hundreds of folk tales to see if they shared any structures. He identified eight character roles and thirty one

1. Todorov, Barthes, Propp, Strauss, Cameron 2. Suggested there are 5stages of narrative: (with 3major parts)1. EQUILIBRIUM (or normality)2. DISEQUILIBRIUM (conflict/disruption