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Representations of Youth in TV drama
Representations of Youth in TV drama
Representations of Youth in TV drama
Representations of Youth in TV drama
Representations of Youth in TV drama
Representations of Youth in TV drama
Representations of Youth in TV drama
Representations of Youth in TV drama
Representations of Youth in TV drama
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Representations of Youth in TV drama

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  • 1. How is youth culture represented? Disrespectful Rebellious Menace to society Dangerous Abusive/ Violent Lazy No ambitions/goals in life Failing in school or dropped out
  • 2. Does the language aid their negative representation? Swearing Slang Argumentative Flirtatious Exaggerated Joking/ Never serious Mocking Blunt/ Straight to the point
  • 3. Does their appearance mirror real teenagers’?Boys GirlsColourful clothing Colourful clothingFashion conscious Fashion consciousMiddle class-smart uniform, Middle class- smart uniformLower class- scruffy, untidy, top Lower class- short skirtsbuttons undone
  • 4. Do the story lines accurately represent everyday youth life? Relationships/ Affairs Drugs Conflict/ Breaking Law Depression Suicide Pregnancy Broken Homes
  • 5. Waterloo RoadBody Language- Hand Sporty- Competitive, ain pocket, casual way of showing theirstance yet intimidating masculinity and appealing to girlsalso Hair- Scruffy and untidy (Right)-don’t care too much about appearance Flat and neat (Left)- careFacial Expression- Costume- Dark, covers aboutMainly serious uniform, strips away equality factor appearance in school as everyone now not dressed the same
  • 6. Facial Expression-Expressionless,moody, Misfits: Kellyuncooperative Make up- Quite a lot ofHair- make upTightly tied back in a appliedhigh pony tail. reflecting theDoesn’t pay muchattention to making it‘look nice’ Body Language- Folded arms reinforce the Jewellery- closed off and Large looped unwillingness to gold earings mix with other and gold chain individuals. Keeps typically emotions to associated herself. with ‘chavs’
  • 7. GLEE Facial Expression- Hair- Blonde styled hair Friendly reflecting the importance of looking attractiveMake up- Focuses onappearance and Slim figure-looking nice Influenced by MediaHollywood representationsrepresentation of of ‘Barbie Dollpopular girl who figure’everyone wants to be Costume-Sleeveless low neck topfriends with and every conveying her need to reveal body.guy wants to go out Pink colour, femininewith
  • 8. http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2011/nov/20/cbbc-postcode-pre-teen-drama

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