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213. Analysing mise-en-scène

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The aims of this Media Studies Factsheet are:

  • To explore the significance of mise-en-scène to media language analysis when studying audio-visual texts.
  • To help you develop confidence in deconstructing the elements of mise-en-scène.
  • To show how mise-en-scène study can allow you to demonstrate wider understanding of the theoretical framework.

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September 2020

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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