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  • Social media, London riots and representation of youthsRe cap from previous lesson 1. In your own words, explain the theories covered so far. Stan Cohen Moral Panic & Folk devils (Deviants) Deviants that go against society Deviant amplification David Guantlett Identity is not given it is constructed and negotiated David Buckingham Social Media How people construct their identity with social media Michel Foucault Mass Media Shifting temporary construction Power outcomes are not inevitable and can be resisted2. What percentage of British teenagers own a blackberry? 37%3. Explain at least 4 ways in which social media was used during the riots.  BBM was to organise some riots  Facebook and Twitter used for clean up groups  Facebook and Twitter used to catch people with their pictures of them and their loot  BBM untraceable4. What was the idea of Henry Jenkins and how could it be applied to an analysis of representationof youth during the London riots?  Particularly culture  Brings communities together  Social connections5. Give two examples of how youths are challenging negative representations in the mass media.  Not in my name campaign  Young not dumb  Goodie in a hoodie