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Four Essential Concepts 1. Syntactical Indeterminancy
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Four Essential Concepts 1. Syntactical Indeterminancy 2. The paraproxemic principle
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Four Essential Concepts 1. The paraproxemic principle Based on real world idea that physical closeness is related to psychological intimacy. .
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1. The paraproxemic principle
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1. The paraproxemic principle
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1. The paraproxemic principle
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1. The paraproxemic principle The camera becomes our eyes.
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1. The paraproxemic principle
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1. The paraproxemic principle The camera controls what we see.
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Paraproxemic Principle
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Four Essential Concepts 1. The paraproxemic principle Based on real world idea that physical closeness is related to psychological intimacy. .
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Suggests that the camera has a major role in telling you something about the psychological relationship. The paraproxemic principle
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Four Essential Concepts
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Associational juxtaposition Basic principle of print advertising, Involving the justaposition of an image of a product with the image of something desirable. Four Essential Concepts Four Essential Concepts Four Essential Concepts 3. Associational juxtaposition Basic principle of print advertising, Involving the justaposition of an image of a product with the image of something desirable. Four Essential Concepts 2. False continuity The fundamental premise of the illusionistic power of film and television. Four Essential Concepts 2. False continuity The fundamental premise of the illusionistic power of film and television. Two shots joined together are read by the viewer as being related in terms of time, space, or action. Coming on Feb 24...
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2009 for the course COMM 1300 taught by Professor Scherer,c. during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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