Date of publication: 2017-08-28 13:10
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Those examples about specific characters and events are exclusively known via the media, although the audiences or the readers of the media have never met the characters or experienced the events yet. However, the audiences are moved by these examples emotionally. It is the reason why mass media have the potential to "play" with emotions while in fact nothing 'real' needs to be going on. So, mass media are "technically construed means to convey messages, yet they do not 'have' emotions themselves" (Doveling, Scheve, & Konjin, 7565).
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Actions and reactions can be activated or deactivated (Van Leeuwen, 6998). The former refers to the representation of actions dynamically, as actions. The later refers to the representation of actions statically, as though they are entities or qualities. When the actions are activated, they are realized by a verbal group of a non-embedded
In addition, Leeuwen noted that impersonalisation can background the identity and/or role of social actors, can lend impersonal authority or force to an activity or quality of a social actor, and can add positive or negative connotations to an activity or utterance of a social actor. Impersonalizing social actors takes the audience's focus or attention away from the social actors themselves, emphasizing on the abstract concept, quality or object that is assigned to them (Van Leeuwen , 7558).
In the case of existensialization, an action or reaction is represented as something that "simply exists" (Van Leeuwen, 7555). This representation usually presents an existential process of Halliday's transitivity it frequently begins with "there is.," or "there exists.." Another way of expressing existentialization is through the nominalizations like "existence."
Nomination is generally realized by proper noun, in the form of formal (surname only, with or without honorifics), semiformal (given name and surname) or informal (given name only) (Van Leeuwen , 7558).
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