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Objective: In an essay of 5 pages (the Works Cited page does not count as part of the essay page count) write an essay that analyzes a Television show’s cultural significance (or analyze a particular Television character’s cultural significance). Basically, you are examining why the show or the character is relevant/popular with the viewing audience.**********************************************************************Your Argument/Analysis: This is not an essay where you summarize the show, nor are you writing an evaluation of whether you like or dislike the Television show or the character. This essay is examining how the Television show/character has major cultural significance. Your analysis is explaining why the show or the character resonates so well with its viewers. Your analysis will also examine the cinematic techniques and other artistic devices the director uses that also contribute to the show’s or the character’s significance. Regard how Maasik and Solomon analyze the Television show “Orange is the New Black” (p. 399-402). In their analysis of the show they write that the series “pushes new boundaries of what it means to be a woman and how that can be represented on TV. Far edgier than Sex and the City…the show escapes from the conventional gender stereotypes that circumscribe these associated programs–in which heterosexual relationships, dieting, and fashion take up so much of the characters’ time–to explore dimensions of women’s experience that have hitherto been more or less taboo on American television” (402).********************************************************************Your essay will analyze the social, cultural, political, religious, and/or economic forces that explain the show’s/the character’s significance. Is your show/character a reflection of our society? Why do we need to see ourselves in a “mirror”?Is your show/character critiquing our society? Why do we need to be critiqued?Is your show/character nostalgic for the past? Why? What is so good about the past and reliving it (especially if there were social and political problems like sexism and racism in the past)? Your essay will also examine the cinematic and artistic techniques that also help establish the show’s or the character’s overall appeal.Is the character’s costuming telling of an evolution from good to bad?Does the director constantly use dim lighting to establish a scary and uncertain world that the main character must battle against?Is the show about the eternal struggle of good versus evil? How is that also displayed through symbols or clues in certain scenes throughout the episode?********************************************************************Audience: Your reading audience is someone who has heard of the show/the character, and is familiar with it/him/her, but has not taken the time to analyze the show or the character with any real meaning. Your essay will educate the reader that a show/a character is more than mindless entertainment. Your essay will educate the reader on a show’s/a character’s power to educate society as well.Sources: At least 2 sources. Chapter 6 “On the Air: Television and Cultural Forms” (the introduction pages) is worth using as a source. You may need to find TV critics and media scholars as sources that will validate your position/argument for your analysis of Television shows/characters. Also consider the other essays in the chapter as possible sources for this essay. Due Date: Sunday, July 24th @ 11:50 p.m. in this prompt and dropbox.*****************************************************************Sample Outline for inspirationI) IntroductionLead-in: Brief synopsis of Breaking Bad’s main premise and Walter White’s dilemma.Thesis: Breaking Bad was and remains popular with its viewing audience–gaining more fans as we speak.Essay Map: To understand Breaking Bad’s popularity, let us look at the economic conditions of everyday Americans before and during the time the show was on television; let us also examine Walter White himself as a troubling “hero” whom viewers love, hate, or can’t wait to see how he gets out of this mess; last, let us look at the other supporting characters who help add to the show’s popularity.II) Body ParagraphsA) By examining the economic conditions Americans endured before and during the airing of Breaking Bad, we can understand the show’s popularity.i) Housing Bubble. [Describe the situation. Explain how this fear helps viewers relate to the show and to Walter White’s plight. If possible, describe and analyze a scene from the show that displays this real-life scenario playing out on the TV show. Also, provide a quote or paraphrase from a source to validate this example–if possible.]ii) Massive Lay-offs. [Describe the situation. Explain how this fear helps viewers relate to the show and to Walter White’s plight. If possible, describe and analyze a scene from the show that displays this real-life scenario playing out on the TV show. Also, provide a quote or paraphrase from a source to validate this example–if possible.]iii) Middle-class Americans carrying overwhelming debt. [Describe the situation. Explain how this fear helps viewers relate to the show and to Walter White’s plight. If possible, describe and analyze a scene from the show that displays this real-life scenario playing out on the TV show. Also, provide a quote or paraphrase from a source to validate this example–if possible.]B) Next, let us look at Walter White and explain his appeal to a wide audience.i) Walter White as Anti-hero. [Describe a scene from the TV show where White is the Anti-hero. Analyze how the audience relates to White as this type of character. Also, provide a quote or paraphrase from a source to validate this example–if possible.]ii) Walter White as Sacrificial-hero. [Describe a scene from the TV show where White is the Anti-hero. Analyze how the audience relates to White as this type of character. Also, provide a quote or paraphrase from a source to validate this example–if possible.]iii) Walter White as the Villain. [Describe a scene from the TV show where White is the Anti-hero. Analyze how the audience relates to White as this type of character. Also, provide a quote or paraphrase from a source to validate this example–if possible.]C) Last, the show’s significance also rests on the supporting characters.i) Jessie Pinkman. [Describe and analyze a scene from the TV show that reveals this character’s appeal to the audience. Also, provide a quote or paraphrase from a source to validate this example–if possible.]ii) Saul Goodman. [Describe and analyze a scene from the TV show that reveals this character’s appeal to the audience. Also, provide a quote or paraphrase from a source to validate this example–if possible.]iii) Hank Schrader. [Describe and analyze a scene from the TV show that reveals this character’s appeal to the audience. Also, provide a quote or paraphrase from a source to validate this example–if possible.]III) ConclusionRestate the Thesis and Essay Map and affirm the show’s popularity.

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