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184. Applying the Theoretical Framework: No Offence

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The aims of this Media Studies Factsheet are to demonstrate the way the theoretical framework can be applied to the television CSP, No Offence including the industrial context of No Offence and the way the programme uses media language:
To position the programme as part of a genre.
To create narrative.
To construct representations.
To appeal to audiences.

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September 2018

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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