Realism and Popular Narrative
Popular narrative includes various forms of narratives which are produced and consumed through the commercial culture industry. It comprises TV dramas, films, documentaries, popular fictions and other forms of everyday symbolic practices. Popular narratives provide the symbols and linguistic resources through which we constitutes our identities and common world, i.e. how to behave, think, feel and desire. The cultural significance of the symbolic activity inherent in the everyday consumption of popular narrative has been a core theoretical basis of diverse critical analysis of Cultural Studies. This paper examines the ethical and aesthetic characteristics of popular narrative by exploring the relation between realism and TV drama. It explores some of the most problematic issues concerning the relation between popular and literary narratives, such as (1) the dialectical relation between individual and society (2) the problem of qualitative evaluation of mass culture (3) the representation and communication of structure of feeling.
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