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  • 1. Representation and Stereotypes Lauren, Nathan and Emma
  • 2. Representation Media representations are the ways in which the media portray particular groups, communities, experiences, ideas and topics from a particular ideological or value perspective. Rather than examining media representations as simply reflecting or mirroring reality.
  • 3. Gender Gender is represented in the media by masculinity or femininity. Both males and females can be represented as masculine or feminine. Masculinity – strong, tough, muscly Femininity – gracious, delicate, beauty
  • 4. Age Age is the length of time that one has existed. Age is represented by: Babies Children Teenagers Adults The Elderly
  • 5. Ethnicity Ethnicity is the representation of race. Ethnic minorities are usually represented in four ways in the media: Exotic – being foreign and ‘different’ is a key part of the medias representation of ethnicity Dangerous – Ethnicity is also represented by the persons background. Humorous – People with different ethnicities are usually classed as funny and happy Pitied – different races are pitied in different ways whether that be because of smartness or poverty.
  • 6. Sexuality Sexuality is a persons sexual preference or orientation. Some examples of different sexualities would be: Heterosexual Homosexual Bisexual Asexual Polysexual Pansexual Transsexual
  • 7. Class and Status Classes: Upper Class: A social class composed of the wealthiest members of society. Middle Class: A class situated in the middle of a social hierarchy. Working Class: Those employed in the social tier. Lower Class: Lower than a middle rank in a society. Status: Somebody with a higher or lower status within a particular class.
  • 8. Physical Ability/Disability Physical Ability – The ability to perform a physical act and with the same mental ability. Disability – The condition of being unable to perform as a consequence of physical or mental inability. For example a person may be missing a limb, be wheelchair bound, or able to walk and exercise.
  • 9. Regional Identity Regional identity is identification with a specific geographic region of a nation. Some examples if different regional identities are: Northern Southern Eastern Western
  • 10. Stereotypes A widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing.
  • 11. Ethnicity Different ethnic groups are subject to stereotype. Examples of this would be: A Jamaican person would be stereotypically represented as a Rastafarian person who has little worries about life. An English person would stereotypically have a stiff upper lip, enjoy drinking tea and be very patriotic towards Queen and Country.
  • 12. Physical Ability/Disability A physically able person would be stereotypically fit and able to take part in sporting activities. Somebody who has a disability would stereotypically be segregated from society. The symptoms of the disability may be exaggerated for dramatic effect. For example, a mental illness and its symptoms may be exaggerated in order for the audience to be aware of the problems that the character is facing.
  • 13. Verisimilitude

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