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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.