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Family Guy Stereotypres In Media
Family Guy Stereotypres In Media
Family Guy Stereotypres In Media
Family Guy Stereotypres In Media
Family Guy Stereotypres In Media
Family Guy Stereotypres In Media
Family Guy Stereotypres In Media
Family Guy Stereotypres In Media
Family Guy Stereotypres In Media
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Family Guy Stereotypres In Media

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  • 1. Different areas of representation in the media
  • 2. Gender
    Dumb blonde – Both of these women are commonly seen as typical ‘dumb blondes’ in the media. This is because of their blonde hair, girly and glamorous clothes, confused expressions and girly gestures.
    House wife -
    Macho Man- These Men are seen as ‘macho’ because they are muscley, tanned, scantily clad, grinning cheesily and showing off.
  • 3. Gender
    Business man
    geek
    Teenage rebel
    Gender can be portrayed through different costumes, and props. With he geek, his costume consists of glasses, a tucked-in shirt and a bow tie which are all commonly used in the type of character’s costume. The businessman is dressed in formal clothes with a tie and is carrying a book/diary and brief case. Different costumes can result in people’s different opinions. Hair and make-up can also show a different overall image. An example of this is the teenage rebel and the way in which they have styled their hair.
  • 4. Sexuality
    Gay man
    Nymphomanic
    Lesbain
    virgin
    Stud
    Sexuality can be portrayed through people’s feelings and emotions, how they dress and how they act towards others.
  • 5. Physical ability
    athlete
    paralympian
    strength
    weak
    disability
    Physical ability sometimes is represented in a visual way. It can be obvious or slightly discreet but can be shown through the way in which people talk and act plus their age.
  • 6. Regional identity
    scottish
    welsh
    irish
    scouse
    english
    eastenders
    Typically, people’s regional identity is identified by their accent, clothes and traditions.
  • 7. Race
    Afro-caribbean
    muslim
    polish
    french
    japanese
  • 8. Class
    Working class
    Upper class
    Middle class
    rich
    lawyer
    poor
    Single parent
  • 9. Age
    kids
    Parents
    teenagers
    OAPs

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