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Regional Identity presentation

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its a presentation on regional identities in relation to stereotypes

its a presentation on regional identities in relation to stereotypes

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  • 1. Regional Identity
    By Tim Andrews, Ross Lockton, Beau Green and Ollie Johnson
  • 2. The common stereotypes
    Scotland:
    Fat
    Ginger
    Accent
    Wet weather
    Kilts
    Liverpool:
  • Common stereotypes cont.
    London:
    Rich and poor contrast
    Gun crime and stabbing
    Cockney accent
    Hoodies
    Midlands
    • Gloomy
    • 6. Diverse cultural background
    • 7. Boring
    • 8. Suicidal
  • Continued
    Wales:
    Sheep molesters
    Vast countryside
    Welsh accent
    All live in the ‘vallys’
    Ireland:
  • Stereotypes within film and TV
  • 13. History behind our stereotypes
    Ireland
    The Irish stereotype seems to have originated from a dislike of the English from the Irish
    This spurred both the Irish and the English to write plays and books with deformed or comical characters from Ireland or England.
    this has been happening since the 1920
    Scotland
    • Originally the stereotype of the Scottish people is their anger, but its more anger for the English that is the strongest stereotype.
    • 14. This has originated from the war with Scotland we endured during the Civil war 1637
    • 15. Eventually Scotland gave in to our parliament and have been part of the United Kingdom for the past 200 years
  • Believable?
    Well these days its hard to believe a regional stereotype because of the diversity of our country
    However that doesn’t stop us from refering to them possibly every day.
    Some aspects of regional stereotypes are very true such as the Scottish hate for England and their wearing of kilts.
    And the stereotype that Liverpool is filled with CHAVs is more than true as the estimated level of ‘CHAV’s within Liverpool exceeds all other cities. And their crime level is one of the highest in the country.
    So in a way regional stereotypes are believable and true but not down to every detail.
  • 16. Stupid CHAV?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPjUvNW6QUU

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