Audiences Meanings on Figure Disabilities in Korean Drama Scarlet Heart
Ahmad Khairul Nuzuli
Ahmad Khairul Nuzuli
Available Online October 2018.
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- reception analysis; disability; film
- This study aims to find out how the representation of disabled characters in Scarlet Heart and how audiences interpret the character discrimination with disabilities in Scarlet Heart. Scarlet Heart Korean Drama 2016 has become the first Korean drama who obtain 11.3 rating. Representations store physical disabilities in Scarlet Heart using the system code and the language of film. This drama emphasizes physical differences figure prince Wang Soo (Lee Joon Gi), a prince who has a disability due to a scar on the face, and he is depicted wearing a mask to cover the wound. The paradigm of this research is critical paradigm that assumes there is always an unfair structure, the media is considered to be a tool that is used by certain people in power to marginalize the other. Other meanings beyond the meaning that has been determined precisely marginalized. By using the analysis of the work of Stuart Hall reception, this study involved five informants from a series of in-depth interviews. Results showed that 80% of informants in a dominant position hegemonic and 20% remaining in the position negotiated. Meanings informant influenced previously owned personal knowledge was then supported by the dominant ideology discriminative meaning against disabled people are represented through the film.
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TY - CONF AU - Ahmad Khairul Nuzuli PY - 2018/10 DA - 2018/10 TI - Audiences Meanings on Figure Disabilities in Korean Drama Scarlet Heart BT - International Conference on Media and Communication Studies (ICOMACS 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 126 EP - 130 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icomacs-18.2018.30 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icomacs-18.2018.30 ID - Nuzuli2018/10 ER -