GAY OK BANGKOK, THE STORY TELLING OF QUEER IN POP CULTURE

  • เบญจรงค์ ถิระผลิกะ Program of Communication, Faculty of Business Economic and Communication, Naresuan University, Phitsanulok, Thailand
Keywords: narrative, LGBT, popular culture

Abstract

The concept of narrative has been continuously studied, whereas the study of all narrative studies for understanding narrative process, the storyline, the controversy, theme, characteristic and personality of characters, scene, viewpoint of storytelling and the study of special symbols in the movies or series that run the story. The Gay OK BKK series (2017), which is narrated by various elements, due to the study of the plot which was a key element of the narrative. Moreover, the series is produced in period that Thai society was more open to Queer. The series is trying to present real life that has never had in any series, or any movies have ever done before, including reality context in society.

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Published
2018-06-01
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