Historical Representations of Youth: ‘Made in Britain’ (Alan Clarke, UK, 1982)Lesson Objectives: To analyse the representa...
How is Trevor representedin ‘Made in Britain’?
How are the adult authority figures represented? Whatis their relationship to Trevor?
Historical Representations of Youth: ‘Made in Britain’ (Alan Clarke, UK, 1982)Lesson Objectives: To analyse the representa...
Historical Representations of Youth: ‘Made in Britain’ (Alan Clarke, UK, 1982)Lesson Objectives: To analyse the representa...
Historical Representations of Youth: ‘Made in Britain’ (Alan Clarke, UK, 1982)Lesson Objectives: To analyse the representa...
Historical Representations of Youth: ‘Made in Britain’ (Alan Clarke, UK, 1982)Lesson Objectives: To analyse the representa...
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  1. 1. Historical Representations of Youth: ‘Made in Britain’ (Alan Clarke, UK, 1982)Lesson Objectives: To analyse the representation of youth in ‘Made in Britain’, and applyrelevant theory.
  2. 2. How is Trevor representedin ‘Made in Britain’?
  3. 3. How are the adult authority figures represented? Whatis their relationship to Trevor?
  4. 4. Historical Representations of Youth: ‘Made in Britain’ (Alan Clarke, UK, 1982)Lesson Objectives: To analyse the representation of youth in ‘Made in Britain’, and applyrelevant theory. Ideological State Apparatus Althusser suggests that the state maintains status quo and social order in two ways: Repressive state apparatus (police, courts, prison, the army) enforce social order. Ideological state apparatus (schools, church, family, popular culture, media) create consent for the maintenance of the social order. This idea is related to Gramsci’s concept of hegemony. They both identify the way consensus is created about the values/ideology of a society. I’m Althusser. I smoke a pipe and invent theories. At the same time. How can you relate these ideas to ‘Made in Britain’?
  5. 5. Historical Representations of Youth: ‘Made in Britain’ (Alan Clarke, UK, 1982)Lesson Objectives: To analyse the representation of youth in ‘Made in Britain’, and applyrelevant theory. The ability to conform isnt some magical thing were all born with, sometimes a persons behaviour is the best they can do to get through the day.’ What do you think of this quotation? How can you relate these ideas to the film? Watch the extract from ‘Made in Britain’. Contrast the representation of Trevor and the adults. What effect does the editing have? What is the message of the scene? Which theorists can you relate to the scene? Made in Britain
  6. 6. Historical Representations of Youth: ‘Made in Britain’ (Alan Clarke, UK, 1982)Lesson Objectives: To analyse the representation of youth in ‘Made in Britain’, and applyrelevant theory. Watch the two extract from ‘Made in Britain’. What do the extracts suggest about hegemony? What do they tell us about Trevor? Watch the ending of ‘Made in Britain’. What is the significance of the ending?
  7. 7. Historical Representations of Youth: ‘Made in Britain’ (Alan Clarke, UK, 1982)Lesson Objectives: To analyse the representation of youth in ‘Made in Britain’, and applyrelevant theory. The ability to conform isnt some magical thing were all born with, sometimes a persons behaviour is the best they can do to get through the day.’ To what extent do you think ‘Made in Britain’ challenges or reinforces hegemony?Introduction – State your argument. Do you think ‘Made in Britain’ criticises hegemony,or supports it?Section 1 – the representation of Section 2 – the representation ofTrevor. Is Trevor stereotypical? Is authority? How are authority figuresthis likely to reinforce or challenge shown to attempt to create order? Doeshegemony? Relate to theorists, e.g. this representation criticise them orHebdige, Acland. support them?Conclusion – sum up your argument. What is the ideological significance of the film? Whatdoes the character of Trevor suggest about our society? Include your own views.
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