The methodical decipher of medial mediated information myths on TV: the methodical decipher of medial mediated information Lars Gerhold & Tanja Vonseelen summary: first, the article describes the significance of the image, as well as its effect in the media production as a prerequisite for the further considerations. That also in nonfiktionalen media posts the (conscious) use of mythical sub texts can play a meaningful role, will be shown on the basis of a currently observable staging strategy. The methodical deciphering of this is a film analysis based on aesthetic standards. On the basis of political magazine posts the journalistic possibilities in the medium are lit first television as well as a basic understanding of film analysis determines. The implementation of methodologically transparent and inter-subjectively comprehensible below shows the individual steps of the research process. After defining the research target and source material, a category scheme is determined on the basis of the footage is misjudged. Here it describes selected categories such as camera setting, perspective, guide, light, image/text ratio and structure explained in their reality-making effect for the television viewers and the categorization process. The visualization of this approach in the representation of a network is the basis for the final interpretation of the material. BSA describes an additional similar source.
Keywords: Qualitative analysis of film, audiovisual media, media literacy, myth-making, category systems, networks of myths on TV: the methodical decoding of information communicated via the media summary: this contribution starts off by describing the importance of the image as well as its effect in media production as a basis for the words considerations. On the basis of currently observable strategies of production it is shown that the (conscious) application of mythical sub text can play a crucial role even in nonfictional media productions. The methodical decoding of those is the task of a film analysis oriented towards aesthetical norms. First, with the example of contributions to political magazines, the journalistic opportunities of the medium television are considered, and a fundamental understanding of film analysis is established.