Post Modernism Key Terms

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Electicism

Intertextuality

Parody

Satire

Spoof

Pastice

Homage

Narcissistic - Quentin Tarantio (Director)

Bricolage - Music

Hyper-Conscious (House of cards)

Active Audience

Act Against Modernism - Ex Machina

Nostalgic - Legomovie

Hyperreality

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A humerous imitation of a text

An inability of consciousness to distingush reality from a simulation of reality. Especially in technologically advance post modern.

Post modernism embodies skepticism towards the ideas and ideals of modern era; espicially the ideas of progression, objectivity, reason, certainty, personal identity and grand narrative.

An author borrowing and transformation of a prior text.

Satire is usually witty, and often very funny. The primary purpose pf satire is not humor but criticism of an individual group or person.

An artistic work in style that imitates that of another artist or period. Which is not for comedy.

Celebrates the past and bathes in glory.

Taking elments that already exist then mixing it with another element that exist to make something new.

Post modernism needs active audience. Active audience understands references made in media.

Fascination with oneself: excessive self love and vanity.

A wide range of influences, contributions and techniques. A mix of styles.

Copying an element of another media and not making fun of it.

Aware of itself. Trying to prove it not real. Breaks the 4th wall.

A humorous imitation of something typically a film or a particular genre of a film but is exaggerated for comedy effect.