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study questions and keywords Communication Studies 101 MSB,      Chapter 2     Narratives-  making stories; refers to the telling of a sequence of events organized into a  story.  This shapes events, characters, arrangements of time, etc., in very particular ways,  so as to invite particular positions towards the story on the part of audience members. All stories share certain features Re-meditation-  change older media forms (theater) into new ones  (cinema ) Genres-  all stories fit into forms of classification Vladimir Proff (1895-1970)-  Russian critic and folklorist, book  Morphology of the Folk  Tale (1928) Structuralist  approach to narrative form (myths, novels, folk tales explore  how narrative structures or shapings act within cultures) Propp's eight character roles: (spheres of action) 1. Villain 2. Hero (character who seeks something, usually motivated by lack)
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