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Stranger Things and D83

What to expect

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so you need to remember the theorists

THEORIES!

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D83 Starter quiz

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Select 'start game' and choose 'flashcard' mode in the bottom right

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Let's look at the industry that has created these shows.

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Representations

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Audience

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Channel 4’s CORE VALUES 2002 motto (Mark Thompson): “do it first, make trouble, inspire change”.C4 has a statutory public service remit. It is regulated by OFCOM, and commercially funded

  • Be innovative and distinctive
  • Challenge the status quo
  • Stimulate public debate on contemporary issues
  • Reflect cultural diversity of the UK
  • Champion alternative points of view
  • Inspire change in people's lives
  • Nurture new and existing talent

intertextuality and post-modernism

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Which one is relevant to ST & D83?

intertextuality and post-modernism

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Answer the questions on the handout as we watch this video about the purpose and outcome of intertextuality

intertextuality and post-modernism

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Part 2

intertextuality and post-modernism

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Does intertextuality and postmodernism exist in D83?What could this be an example of?

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Mark scheme

Let's have a look at a question and mark scheme

AI version

Mark scheme

An AI version. Give it a grade and consider what could be done to improve it.

I agree with the statement to a certain extent. The codes and conventions of long-form television dramas can indeed reflect the values, attitudes, and beliefs of the audiences that consume them. However, it is important to note that the relationship between television content and audience values is complex and multi-dimensional. Let's examine the examples of "Stranger Things" and "Deutschland 83" to further explore this idea. "Stranger Things" is an American science fiction-horror series that pays homage to 1980s pop culture and draws inspiration from various films and TV shows of that era. It embraces nostalgia and evokes a sense of adventure and camaraderie among a group of kids in a small town. The codes and conventions of "Stranger Things" reflect a sense of innocence, friendship, and the triumph of good over evil. It appeals to a broad audience, including both younger viewers who appreciate the coming-of-age story and older audiences who enjoy the nostalgia factor. On the other hand, "Deutschland 83" is a German television drama set during the Cold War in 1983. It explores the divided Germany and the espionage activities taking place during that time. The codes and conventions of the show reflect the historical and political context of East and West Germany, highlighting the tensions, conflicts, and ideological differences between the two sides. "Deutschland 83" appeals to an audience interested in history, politics, and espionage. In both cases, the codes and conventions of these television dramas are shaped by the cultural and societal contexts in which they are produced and consumed. "Stranger Things" reflects the values and attitudes of American popular culture, emphasizing themes of friendship, adventure, and nostalgia. "Deutschland 83," on the other hand, reflects the specific historical and political context of Germany during the Cold War, addressing themes of division, espionage, and political ideologies. However, it's important to recognize that the relationship between television content and audience values is not one-sided. While television shows can reflect the values and beliefs of their target audience, they can also influence and shape those values to some extent. Television has the power to challenge societal norms, introduce new perspectives, and spark conversations about important issues. In conclusion, the codes and conventions of long-form television dramas like "Stranger Things" and "Deutschland 83" can reflect the values, attitudes, and beliefs of the audiences that consume them. However, it is also essential to consider the reciprocal relationship between television content and audience values, as television shows can both reflect and shape societal values and beliefs.

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Choose a question and plot it out but spend a few minutes exploring the KO before you do.

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Finally, explore the 'usefulness of theory'document and then choose one of the questions and plot this out