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Tue Oct 31 2006
Diss: Socioling: Mokhatebi Ardakani: 'A Textual Study of Radio D...'
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A Textual Study of Radio Drama
Message 1: A Textual Study of Radio Drama
From: Hannah Morales <hannahlinguistlist.org>
Subject: A Textual Study of Radio Drama
Institution: Payame Noor University, Tehran
Program: Semiotics of Radio Drama
Dissertation Status: Completed
Degree Date: 2005
Author: Mojgan Mokhatebi Ardakani
Dissertation Title: A Textual Study of Radio Drama
This article mainly aims at studying the textual and semiotic features of radio drama. As a matter of fact, examining the credibility of atmospheres of a drama, in absence of image and with presence of music, sounds and conversations, is meant. It is aimed at figuring out how the music creates the needed atmosphere, how the characters with their conversations are visualized and how the sound effects determine the situation.
In this study, 5 radio dramas are randomly selected. Finally, the charts show
that dialogue, music and sound effects as sound layers in a radio drama are
the most important factors involved in a radio drama.
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