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  • 1. Parody vs. Satire
  • 2.
    • Parody
    • Parody makes fun of another work by imitating some aspect of it.
    • Parody is meant for mocking and does not contain anything serious.
    • Parody is pure entertainment and nothing else.
    • Parody does not intend to bring about societal change.
    • Parody can make fun of literature, film, advertising, popular culture, etc.
    The Difference Between the Two
  • 3. The Difference Between the Two
    • Satire
    • Satire ridicules the shortcomings of people or institutions in an attempt to bring about a change.
    • Satire makes a serious point, usually through humor, while attacking some aspect of society.
    • Satire often uses irony and exaggeration to make its point.
    • Satire can sometimes use parody to make a point ( but not all parodies are satire!)
  • 4. You should be familiar with parody…
    • Music
      • “ Weird Al” Yankovic
    • Film
      • Robin Hood: Men in Tights
      • Scary Movie 1, 2, 3, and 4
      • Not Another Teen Movie
      • Dance Flick
      • Epic Movie
  • 5. And you should be familiar with satire…
    • Television
      • The Simpsons
      • The Daily Show
      • The Colbert Report
  • 6. Parody & Satire In Advertisements, Logos, & Slogans
    • Now you are going to look at a series advertisements, logos, and slogans. Decide if they are parody, satire, or both.
    Parody Satire Both
  • 7. Parody or Satire ? Parody
  • 8. Parody or Satire ? Satire
  • 9. Parody or Satire ? Both
  • 10. Parody or Satire ? Parody
  • 11. Parody or Satire ? Satire
  • 12. Parody or Satire ? Both
  • 13. Parody or Satire ? Parody
  • 14. Parody or Satire ? Parody
  • 15. Parody or Satire ? Parody
  • 16. Parody or Satire ? Both
  • 17. Parody or Satire ? Parody