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Journalism & Communication
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Media Journal Assignment Table of Contents Step 1: Description 3 Storyline/Theme of ‘Breaking Bad’ 3 Typical Setting 3 Major Characters 4 Who/What is missing from the text? 4 Step 2: Textual Analysis 5 Description 5 Analysis 5 Interpretation 6 Evaluation 7 Works Cited 9 Step 1: Description Storyline/Theme of ‘Breaking Bad’ Breaking Bad is an American drama series based on an ordinary life of a high school chemistry teacher named Walter White, who is suffering from stage three cancer disease.
In order to do so, Walter gets engaged in the drug dealing profession as well as other criminal activities and gradually becomes remarkably expert in executing his operations of producing and marketing drugs accompanied by one of his former students named Jeese Pinkman (AMC Network Entertainment LLC., “Returns Summer 2013”). Typical Setting The entire series was aired through several episodes. From an overall perspective, the entire series can be observed to represent the negative psychological effects of a fatal disease on an ordinary person which often gets boosted by his feel of insecurity. The objective of the series has thus been to demonstrate how a deadly disease can completely change an average man into a criminal. Major Characters There are nine major characters in the series comprising of Walter White, his wife Skyler White, his son Walter Junior and his former student Jesse Pinkman. The other characters included Mike Ehrmantraut, a former police officer of Philadephia, Saul Goodman, a criminal lawyer, Hank Schrader, a ‘Drug Enforcement Administration’ officer and Marie Schrader, sister of Skyler White. ...
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