The concept of staging It is used in different contexts. The expression arose in the field of performing arts to allude to general design of a production , although its definition is usually somewhat imprecise.
Typically, the staging is linked to the audiovisual composition of a work . It's about what It is displayed on stage or on screen according to the director's intention .
The staging includes the locker room , the scenery, the scenery, the characterization, the sound and the performances. What the public observes, in short, is the staging of the filmmaker.
In the field of politics , meanwhile, there is talk of staging to name the power staging . The rulers resort to images, gestures, speeches and symbols to exercise authority.
This staging shares characteristics with the staging of the performing arts. According to the context, the politician can guide his performance to provoke a deceit, to thrill or to impress the spectators.
For him right , a staging involves the alteration of the place where a crime was committed to erase evidence or sow false clues . The idea is also related to the presentation of a alibi so as not to be linked to a crime.
Suppose a man murders his partner with a shot in the house where they live. In an effort to deceive researchers, he hides the weapon and then messes up the environment and stirs the interior of the furniture to simulate a robbery. Finally he calls the police, ensuring that, when he entered his home, he met his dead girlfriend. The criminal pretends that the staging allows him to avoid the punishment that corresponds to him.