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One of the most important and most featured settings of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is the headquarters for the CSI team and the labs. In this setting many iconographic features of the police genre subcategory can be found

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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation One of the most important and most featured settings of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is the headquarters for the CSI team and the labs. In this setting many iconographic features of the police genre subcategory can be found. Being that of a high tech genre, lab equipment and computers. Other settings include on location of the murder, the interview room, the team supervisor's (Gil Grissom) office and the morgue. In the exterior scenes police cars, uniformed officers, scene of crime tape, flashing blue lights and guns are seen. Depending on the context of each episode chase scenes may occur also action sequences including gun fire. Unlike many other crime shows, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation has several stock characters. ...read more.

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With the use of Warrick on the team it shows clear equality of the races. Also having Catherine as one of the team leaders its shows that women are also treated as equals. This is something that never used to be found in a crime series. It used to be male dominated, only featuring women as damsels in distress or in a very stereotypical and negative light. The narrative of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is clear from the beginning. The victim is found and the CSI squad moves in. In the path of trying to solve the cause of death and possibly the murderer other stories unfold. Including unsolved crimes and more murders. This clever use of narrative keeps the audience glued to the screen waiting to find out the culprit. ...read more.

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Depictions of Las Vegas are on the surface, fairly good, with a busy and exciting centre. Using fast paced shots of its streets and casinos. It also however has a look at both the affluent and non affluent's living arrangements, going form rundown flats to swanky mansions. However once having a closer look at it, Las Vegas is not the most perfect of places. With numerous and horrific crimes being committed everywhere The representation of the local people is quite stereotypical in my eyes as most of them are seen to be rich, spoiled and na�ve. However this shows great comparison to the team. With one being originally form Las Vegas, a difference can be clearly found between their lifestyles and outlooks on life. While all the others are not form Las Vegas, it also shows the affect that Las Vegas can have on you. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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