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Ethical Engagement with Movies

Response to Carl Plantinga's Screen Stories

Cynthia Freeland

.” Therein, he addresses the “formal parameters of screen storytelling” (251): in succession, character engagement (Chapter 10), endings (Chapter 11), and what he calls “narrative paradigm scenarios” (Chapter 12). I find some tension in this final section

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Carl Plantinga

eliciting interesting philosophical questions. Is beauty in the eye of the beholder? Are judgments of beauty and taste wholly dependent on cultural context? The book's final chapter, Chapter 12, “Narrative Paradigm Scenarios: Revenge and the Other,” is

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Carl Plantinga

endings, narrative paradigm scenarios, and in particular the revenge scenario. Like Stadler, Freeland raises the issue of medium specificity. She notes that in the discussion of character engagement in Chapter 10, there is attention to medium specificity

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Jens Eder

narrative paradigm scenarios and stylistically triggered existential feelings. The affective script of a birthday party, for instance, includes positive emotions like love, joy, or pleasant surprise. The way Vera’s birthday is represented, however, subtly