Alﬁe: Stereotypical Film. The image I have chosen, is from a ﬁlm called anuvahood. I have chosen this picture, because I think it is a good example of stereotypical teenagers. The ﬁlm is a realis=c and reﬂects well on the youth of today. The actors are all friends, living on a council estate, they all have very diﬀerent cultures and personali=es. Some of them are shown wearing hoodies/tracksuits, while others wear T-‐shirts and jeans. This is a realis=c example of youth appearance. I think that youth have been represented in the media quite nega=vely. Youth are now viewed by the public very unfairly. Although this ﬁlm is ac=ng, in my opinion it shows the life of youths on a council estate vary realis=cally. And most youths are not out in gangs causing chaos. They are out with friends and having fun.
luca Stereotypical: ﬁlm This image from the movie aJack the block shows teenagers as wearing hoodies over Their heads, also their posture is shown as being lazy and slouched to emphasis the Teenager stereotype. Facial expressions are also shown as being moody. In this picture The teenagers are therefore represented as stereotypical lazy, moody teens who also Seem unkind due to there hoods seeing as the media usually show teenagers who Commit crime as wearing hoodies to conceal their iden=ty. Also the way each one Is concealing their iden=ty makes them seem like they are trying to be unno=ced Possibly because theyve commiJed a crime. The seOng of this image is dark and Sinister this also adds on to the on going thought that teenagers hang out aPer dark To commit Thelon’s however people could possibly think this because the media has Shown night =me as being dangerous and the usual =me when crimes are commiJed. Overall this is shown as a nega=ve representa=on of youth, the image shows teens as Being moody, secre=ve and have bad posture. The teens in this image are shown in a group Possibly proposing that they are in gang, the media show gangs as being dangerous and Full of criminals giving these teens a nega=ve image. However seeing as the movie aJack the
Is a science ﬁc=on movie aimed as teens therefore by using stereotypical teenagers as the Main plot of the movie giving the teens who will be the target audience characters to relate With. I also believe that the people who made this movie were not trying to represent Teenagers nega=vely but rather give realis=c yet relatable characters. Seeing as most Bri=sh Ci=zens will see nega=ve representa=ons of teenagers in the media and also stereotypical Representa=on thus matching these stereotypes in their movie makes it look more realis=c And believable luca
Nega=ve na=onal press The boy has a hood on and Grenoble : cinq des six gardés à vue relâchés faute de preuve It’s a serious maJer teenaged boy with his hood over his head so that he can’t see anything. This is a realis=c and authen=c oﬀensive towards youth Representa=on of youth has a nega=ve impacted The representa=on of youth is more realis=c than surreal The nega=ve quali=es of the picture is the body language and it makes a Stereotyped of youth
Posi=ve local press This image shows two youths in a photo holding a shield for achieving something good in their local community. They don’t look like they associate with a gang. They are standing next to the mayor which makes their achievement even bigger. They look conﬁdent. They look like they enjoy what they do and It shows their abili=es to achieve things they are geOng involved in ac=vi=es that they are good at.
There seems to be some kind of image blur which makes it look like the sun is reflecting on a few of the students; this could be seen as it was done on purpose as it looks like light is shining on the students; this can be seen as light from god in a Christian view making the children seem so precious I believe this image isThe students targeted at the adultsclearly have very that live around Camden;good posture; some adults don’t likestanding tall with the Youth due totheir arms behind occasions; this can showtheir backs; they’re adults that they canall wearing blazers clearly be proud aboutwith neck ties. Due what they have. We alsoto the students know this as this newssmiling it can be report is based onseen that the charity; often only adultsstudents seem very read about charity. Adultsproud of often want to knowthemselves as what’s significance ofthey’re done this youth around their streetgreat deed. corner; This image is a Realistic image. This image is clearly acceptable for the public; this image can be seen as a range of bright minded students. We can back this up as the students are all standing tall; We also know this because all the students are smiling; the back row of students show a row of adults who seem to be laughing and smiling Elliot Spigarolo Realis=c
In this image its more realis=c Posi=ve – Local Press The representa=on of youth is more authen=c than its surreal. than it is fantas=c. There are a mixture of diﬀerent races this is showing that this school is mul= – cultural . This image is showing an all boys secondary school in a posi=ve way. Aneeshah Rahman
is image shows 3 gang members in the daily mail, one of the gang members are holding a gun so it is suggesting thatyouth are dangerous and is not showing any other people like grown ups when most of the time the commit more criminaloﬀences than teenagers, all three teens have there hoddies up and is very authentic.e image showsthat it is moreauthentic than Negative: Nationalfantastic, It is just Pressnearer to realisticthan it is surrealbecause sometimesyou might see teensusing guns, havingﬁghts but not allthe time, for teensit is moreembarrassing thanembarrassing but itis very oﬀensiveand not acceptable. is image is targeted to older people and is trying to say don’t go near teens because they are dangerous so this is very stereotypical because they start telling lots of people and then they wont like going near teens.Xhemi Peci
Stereotypical Film Youth Stereotypes In Films The male is holding a gun The male is towards the holding a bat other male, again towards the this is a sign of other males violence and face, this is a matches the sign on violence stereotypes of and matches the youth. stereotypes of A stereotype is when you judge a group of people for what they are youth. known for. An example of this is teenagers. Many people believe that teenagers are in gangs, selling drugs, and using violence. In the image above they match the stereotypes as both males are hold a weapon towards each other. This is a movie that is in the middle of surreal and realis=c. Realis=c because things like this happen every day. Surreal because it is a ﬁlm so things may be exaggerated for beJer viewing. This is is aimed at teenagers because other age groups may not understand the words that they say or the things that they do. If Nasir Suﬁ someone sees this ﬁlm they may be mo=vated to do the things that they do for example killing.
Paul Dai He is looking very serious This is a lowered camera angle, Nega=ve: and also angry, Staring Which shows like that they are Na=onal at me. standing above and looking at us. Press. There is another person at the back wearing black hat We cannot see this as well. teenager’s face, and he is like looking downwards, which looks like a bit dark. He is wearing all black, black coat which looks dark. Secre=ve. He has got a gun in his hand, It seems like that he is trying to shoot the people who is looking at him. (It looks a bit scary, isn’t it?
NegaDve: NaDonal Press Its realis=c, but also oﬀensive to black This picture has deﬁnitely not people, Publishers are been displayed fairly, the young going for a stereotypical boy was the vic=m who was view of black people. trying to help hes younger brother but the na=onal press has displayed a happy looking picture as if hes already involved It sends a message to in a gang. teenage girls, that people who look like him a Hes use of facial involved in Gangs and expression is arrogant are likely to be stabbed. saying this is what I have So it has an unfair eﬀect got. to people Like Negus, as young girls would stay away from them. The daily mail have decided to The Boy hear is displayed in an use a self centered image, hes unkind way. It has an eﬀect of coat is black, which adds more people that people who dress like to the danger. this, are the villainous rather than the heroic. The boy is trying to display everything hes got which makes him looks immature. It connotes that young people are like this today (show oﬀs) Negus McClean was the son of a primary school secretary and a talented rap musician, He was hoping to gain 5 A star GCSE’s. The source is from the daily male Their headline was SHANK CITY For this talented young boy who has been stabbed. SHANK CITY is an unfair representa=on on youth, right away it has a direct eﬀect on the reader and it’s a wonder if the millions of people who Daily Mail would feel any sympathy.
Jake Posi=ve: Local Press Represents their spor=ng abili=es. They are geOng involved. Representa=on of Youth: Youth trying new Is authen=c. things. The representa=on is more Realis=c than it is surreal. The posi=ve quali=es of They look conﬁdent. This image shows youth at a boxing centre.
Posi=ve local press Youths showing pride in their work and the Although the eﬀort they put into youths in this gaining it . This image are wherein releases a posi=ve youth related image by going against the clothes and using youth related stereotypical image props their body that youths are lazy language brings and and self involved out a more proper tone. The students nom-‐verbal communica=on is posi=ve in that the youths look conﬁdent . in this photo from the new journal there is a group of three youths The youths are smiling and this brings out a holding awards for some kind of social kindness .i think the picture posi=ve and considerate image of youths as shows in authen=c , realis=c and acceptable manner . well as there interac=on with adult shows there posi=ve social rela=onship with society .
The representa=on of youth is more The fact that they are all covered in Pluralis=c :T.V. Authen=c than fantas=c and it is in between realis=c and surreal because it’s mud and in a place that looks slightly not always true that teenagers that have deserted and the girl in the middle is secrets can not be trusted and this proves puOng a ﬁnger over her lips it shows that by showing us that the girls do hard that they are trouble makers and have work in school and achieve things. It is also done something wrong that they more entertaining than embarrassing and don’t want anyone to know about. it is quite acceptable. They are siOng up straight and bold and this suggests that they are conﬁdent The cap=on says “never trust a preJy girl and by the sly smile with an ugly secret.” So this is telling us on their faces it that all preJy girls have a dark secret and makes them look as if shouldn’t be trusted however, these girls they have something are all hardworking but they have secrets to hide and are proud so they are thought to be people that of it. don’t work hard in school and get into trouble. Diellza
This image’s target audience is probably directed towards younger children who This Is representing youth in a like Peter Pan, and maybe elderly/ parents In this image there are positive way who like pantomimes and have children. youths, they are going to perform at the White Rock theatre. They are in the cast of Peter Pan. This image is acceptable, but could be offensive to some as there are only white people in this image, and it may give an affect on the other races as they might feel white people are only in pantomimes, or something like that.Youth is represented nowdays, by wearing hoodies,guns, crime and stupid They look proud and happy They are wearing colorful clothes and there are a mixture of people. However there are no other races besides white.Positive Local Press