RIMAK International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 7 Area: Art and Design

191
Ibrahim Khalaf JASSIM
AESTHETIC AND DRAMATIC EMPLOYMENT IN THE NARRATIVE OF DECORATION IN THE TURKISH SERIES (THE SULTANS HAREM SERIES AS A MODEL)
 
The topic of employing decoration in the narrative of the Turkish series was chosen due to the great importance it carries in the dramatic construction and because of the aesthetic, dramatic and narrative tool it represents in dramas, so the researcher specified the following research title (aesthetic and dramatic employment in the narrative of decoration in the Turkish series). Four chapters came as follows: (Methodological framework) and included the research problem, its importance, the objectives of the research, the limits of the research, and the chapter concluded by specifying the terms. (Theoretical framework): It was divided into three topics as follows: The first topic: decoration in cinema and television, the second topic: the aesthetic and dramatic employment of decoration, the third topic: the use of decoration in the narrative of the Turkish series: The researcher came up with a set of indicators that he adopted as tools for sample analysis After taking the opinion of the expert committee. (Research procedures): It includes the research methodology and research tools, the unit of analysis, the research community and the research sample, the validity of the tool, the analysis steps and finally the sample analysis, which was an episode of the Turkish series Valley of the Wolves. (Results and Conclusions): The results and conclusions of the research include: 1. The decorator in the Turkish series has the ability to list important information and broadcast it to the recipient about the character, which contributes to fully conveying the idea. 2. Decoration occupies a great importance in television series, given that most of the scenes are interior, so reliance on decorations is to fill the space of the shot.

Keywords: Employment, Beauty, Drama, Decoration

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.7-3.6
 
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