Courting the Media: Contemporary Perspectives on Media and by Geoffrey Sykes

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The public has a psychological and entertainment fascination with morbidity in various genres, and shows like CSI need to be explained in the contexts of generalised genres that long precede the particular attention to morgues and coronial investigation. The entertaining effect of detection and court genres of television programming, it can be argued, gives an imaginary or virtual quality to representations of actual situations, and makes difficult subject matter, such as in coronial work, more tolerable and accepted.

Dodi‘s body language was solicitous and attentive, slipping an arm round her waist and looking like the cat that got the cream‖ [Hamilton, A]. Ironically, this interest in social performance both as presented in evidence in the case and as enacted behaviour in the courtroom created a reckoning between the higher symbolism of the Inquest and the proliferation of localised, fragmented narrative viewpoints which are a frequent feature of commentaries on figures such as Howsam and Loughrey. Indeed, much media commentary on the Inquest relied on foregrounding forms of social performance in partial and subjective readings, despite such ways of reading being condemned when presented by other observers – the Loughreys, the Howsams, etc .

THE COURTROOM AS A PERFORMANCE ENVIRONMENT In print, electronic and online coverage of the Inquest, its meanings were seen to reside not only in legal judgements on evidence delivered but also in the ‗live‘ social performance of the courtroom. A performance analysis of the proceedings might focus on those elements of ‗offstage‘ activity in this space which Pavis suggests. The Inquest was held in what appeared to be a converted office space. The Coroner sat on a raised dais with court officials before him and a Royal crest behind.

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