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Sexual identity in tv drama
Sexual identity in tv drama
Sexual identity in tv drama
Sexual identity in tv drama
Sexual identity in tv drama
Sexual identity in tv drama
Sexual identity in tv drama
Sexual identity in tv drama
Sexual identity in tv drama
Sexual identity in tv drama
Sexual identity in tv drama
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Sexual identity in tv drama

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  • 1. Sexual Identity in TV Drama Can you tell theirs?
  • 2. Lesson Objectives • Understand how sexual identity is represented in TV drama; • Know how to analyse using media terminology; • Be able to analyse how sexual identity is represented through all 4 micro elements.
  • 3. •What is sexual identity?
  • 4. What is sexual identity? Homosexual Heterosexual Homophobic Bisexual Heterosexism Transgender Attraction
  • 5. What is sexual identity? Sexual orientation • Attraction: includes emotional, intellectual, spiritual, physical, and sexual • Bisexual: to be a woman or a man and to have feelings of affection and attraction, both emotionally and physically, to both men and women. • Heterosexism: the belief that everyone is heterosexual. • Heterosexuality: to have feelings of affection and attraction, both emotionally and physically, to people of the opposite gender. • Homophobia: any negative belief, feeling or action directed against non-heterosexual persons • Homosexuality: to have feelings of affection and attraction, emotionally and physically to people of the same gender. • Transgender: Transgendered is an umbrella term, relating to how some individuals express their gender identity.
  • 6. How could sexual identity be represented? Sexual Identity In 4 groups: 1. Gay man 2. Straight man 3. Lesbian 4.Straight woman 5.Ext: Link to the micro elements – how would you represent this identity? What do they look like? Wear? Sound like? Do for a living? How do they behave? What do they look like? Wear? Sound like? Do for a living? How do they behave?
  • 7. Stereotypical?
  • 8. Timed Conditions: How is sexual identity represented through the 4 micro elements? 4 screenings 1 – watch 2-4 – make notes 45 mins to respond
  • 9. Others characters from TV dramas.

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