To what extent is broadcast documentary dominated by 'The author'?

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1. doumentary as representation

1.1. doumentary as argument

1.1.1. perspective & commentary

2. Noam Chomsky agenda setting role of media "media don't tell you what to think but tell you what to think about"

3. post structuralism

3.1. An Introductory Guide to Post-structuralism and Post-modernism by Madan Sarup

3.2. meaning is unstable

3.2.1. Foucault

3.2.1.1. discourse (regulates what can be said by whom, where and when)

3.2.1.1.1. power (dispersed)

4. Barthes the death of the author

4.1. problems with theory of audience

4.1.1. example of documentary - ies that pose(s) these issues* KENNETH CLARK'S "CIVILIZATION"

4.1.2. Jim Mc Guigan 'Cultural studies in question'

4.2. BIrmigham School

4.2.1. Stuart Hall

4.2.2. the infamous Fiske

4.3. (Umberto Eco 'The open work')

4.4. Henry Jenkins ... boundaries between text and readers have broken down ...

5. idealist theory of art and idealism in epistemology

6. New node

7. Althusser

7.1. interpellation ("Hey, you there!" & "This is so, isn't it?" --> basis for the social contrsuction of reality + the work of ideology )

7.2. subject positions

8. documentary

8.1. conventions

8.1.1. narrative

8.1.1.1. the gaze

8.1.1.1.1. Laura Mulvey and the Gaze

8.1.1.2. the Tv voice as author and authority

8.1.1.2.1. Bill Nichols 'Documentary Theory and Practice' Screen (?can't find this text)

8.1.1.2.2. Bill Nichols 'Representing reality'