Texts are created for mass consumption by the producers, but the text and its ideas and storylines are disemminated, perceived and interpreted differently by us- the audience or be it consumers. This leads us onto Stuart hall's encoding/decoding model.
For Hall, the encoding/decoding model is a concept he originally devised where he explains that through the transmission of ideas and messages in the texts, Hall proposed three ways of reading and decoding texts: dominant, negotiated and oppositional. The dominant reading is where the viewer takes away that meaning from the TV show and accept...
I wrote this a while ago and was thinking if anybody wanted to read it they could :)
Disclaimer: Totally one hundred percent NOT mine…never have been…sadly never will be.
A/N: Hope you all really enjoy this story. Sorry it’s so late coming but school has been crazy lately and I have been out of town anyway…I don’t know how it will end up yet, but I am thinking it will be Betty & Becks all the way…with Daniel friendship…kind of different for me but hey its worth a try.
Two for the Price of One
Betty was sitting at her house on a Friday night watching television and eating popcorn...
Wilhemlmina has some of the best quotes ever! --------------------------------------------------
Wilhelmina [to Bradford]: "I thought I smelled jewelry."
Fabia: "You must come to the ceremony. I won't be able to get married without my something old." Wilhelmina: "Oh, with the veins in your legs, you already have your something blue."
Marc: Little glitch. Teeny, tiny, Cindy Crawford mole-sized problem. It looks like St. Patrick's Cathedral is already booked for June 16. Wilhelmina: What?! Marc: What do you get from St. Patrick's? Bad incense, and a bunch of guilty men in dresses. Wilhelmina: Fabia?!...