Research investigation content writing style
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  • 1. Research investigation Writing style/structure for content
  • 2. Student question; To what extent do woman adhere to or subvert their stereotypical gender roles in American films “The Devil wears Prada and Erin Brockovich” 44/45 - A*
  • 3. Writing style/structure • • • • An Informed statement Evidence that the statement is informed Apply statement to text – does it subvert or conform? Specific text analysis to provde evidence
  • 4. One could argue, woman in film are often represented within the work place as having low profile jobs with limited skill sets, or merely being housewives; An informed statement which links to issues in the question In family films from 1990-2010, 80.5% of all working characters are male and 19.5 are female, which is a contrast from real world statistics, where woman comprise 50% of the workforce: (7) Evidence Evidence that the statement is informed The Devil wears Prada and Erin Brockovich subvert this primary view through both protagonists being in high profile, powerful positions: a magazine editor in chief and a file clerk at a law firm that pursues a complex case. They are both confortable being in control and dominating others. Apply statement to the text, questioning does it subvert or conform? A specific example of this in the narrative is demonstrated when….. More detail, specific scene analysis to provide evidence