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The exam is two hours so you have an hour to answer each question 1 in section A and 1 in section BTo revise for section B we need to make sure you can answer the 4 prompt questions and you know what collective group you’re talking about
Media and Collective Identity• How do the contemporary mediarepresent nations, regions andethnic / social / collective groups ofpeople in different ways?• How does contemporaryrepresentation compare toprevious time periods?• What are the social implications ofdifferent media representations ofgroups of people?• To what extent is human identityincreasingly ‘mediated’?BLACK BRITISH COLLECTIVE IDENTITYKEY QUESTIONSWHAT DO YOU NEED FORTHE EXAM?• social group as a case study• at least two different media• understanding of andreference to theory/culturalcritics• your own voice!2
2. How doescontemporaryrepresentationcompare toprevious timeperiods?Breaking the questions down
2. How doescontemporaryrepresentationcompare toprevious timeperiods?• Compare how contemporary mediaconstruct (represent) Black Britain asopposed to how historical mediatexts constructed Black Britain• Remember with our group this iscomplex because the make up of thegroup has changed• Compare how ‘Black Britain’ isrepresented through contemporaryfilm and music texts vs. historical filmand music texts. Why were BlackBritish people represented in aparticular way? Has is changed, if so,why? Has anything stayed the same?Breaking the questions down
• Read the best essay from your homework task• Read my answer to question 2 (remember youhave your own opinions to!)• Answer the following question:• How far does the representation of aparticular social group change over time?TASKS
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