LOVE + HATE(Dominic Savage, 2005) Discuss the representation of the working class in “Love + Hate”
How is this relevant for A2work –examined unit G325Section B: Contemporarymedia Issues• Media and collective identity: British Film and TV• Sample question: Discuss the contemporary representation of a nation, region or social group in the media, using specific textual examples from at least two media to support your answer
• How you will use the presentation Using the presentation to provide ideas for the essay:Discuss the representation of theworking class in Love + Hate(Dominic Savage, 2005)At the end of each group’spresentation, each individual willwrite a short paragraph tosummarise what has been said andfor inclusion in the final essay
What do you understand bythe term “working class”
TRAILER –LOVE+HATEWHAT IS WORKINGCLASS? Trailer
Section 1Group 1(Emileigh, Laura,Amelia) :- outline thebackground/brief summaryof the film and main workingclass characters.
section 2Group 2 –Lizzie, Holly, EllieSocial realism• Explain what social realism is (according to Dr Samantha Lay)• Provide examples from the film to show social realism
Section 3 -Gp 3aZoe, Tash, GraceRepresentations of whiteworkingclass _Michelle • Discuss the representation of Michelle, her dad and friends. (Zoe, Tash, Grace, Holly R)
Section 3 b (Hayden,Ollie,Michael)Representations of whiteworkingclass _Adam and his family• Adam, his brother, mum and friends. What jobs do they have? Who are Adam’s family/friends? Where do they live? What jobs do they have? What sort of life do thy lead? What are their religious beliefs?
Section 4 Group Andrew, Fifi, Du’aine, Hamza• Discuss represention of Muslims focusing on Naseema and her family (focus on mainly Nassema and her brother Yousef)
Representation of muslimsNaseema’s brother -Yousef• Yousef and his friends-atitudes towards women, their lifestyle, attitudes, values,jobs etc• Yousef and his relationship with Michelle is quite complicated- explain what happens and why
Overall Conclusion• What does the film seem to show about the working class?• Is it that easy to categorise people into groups?• Does this really reflect the reality of working class peoples lives?