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media grammar


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1. A concept drawn from an analogy with language in relation to patterns structuring form and content in a particular medium.

2. In media production, a set of conventions, understood as rules, governing how content is presented in a given medium: for example, film grammar.

3. (semiotics) A loose reference to syntagmatic structure in any kind of media text: see syntagm.

Subjects: Media Studies.


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