Coronation Street: Infinite Drama and British Reality: An Analysis of Soap Opera as Narrative and Dramatic Continuum
Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, Jan 1, 1991 - Coronation Street (Manchester, England : Imaginary place) - 121 pages
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The Genre of The Continuous Serial
The Structure of Independent Television
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Acoustic and Linguistic audience Britain Broadcasting camera Channel Four characters close-up close-up close-up close-up eye-level close-up comic commercial continuous serial conventions Coronation Street cultural Deirdre Barlow Deirdre's Dur Setting Personae EastEnders Eddie Yeats effect Dialogue Type/camera Elsie Tanner Emily Bishop Ena Sharples eye-level close-up eye-level eye-level eye-level eye-level eye-level medium small eye-level normal feature fictional Fred Granada Television Hilda Ogden Hoggart ibid Ken Barlow Ken's Lindenstrafie Linguistic Segments Shot living-room London Marion Jordan medium medium Mike Baldwin pan to left Peter Buckman Plot Nr Dur production programme radio soap operas Richard Dyer Richard Paterson Rover's Return sec 2 sec sec Deirdre sec Ken seems Segments Sequence Subsequence Segments Shot sound Sequence Subsequence Scene shooting transcript Shot sound effect soap opera soap opera genre Social Realist sound effect Dialogue storylines suggests Suzie talk telenovela Tracey viewers Visual Segments Sequence women working-class