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    TV Drama - Disability/Ability TV Drama - Disability/Ability Presentation Transcript

    • Disability: Disable the Label
    • ???????1. What dramas can you think of that have disabled people in them?2. What do you think of when you think of diasbility?
    • Facts About the Disabled• There are 770,00 disabled children under the age of 16 in the UK. That equates to 1 child in 20.• Nearly one in five people of working age (7 million, or 18.6%) in Great Britain have a disability.
    • Disability in TV Dramas Students to take notes on blog: Title ‘Disability in TV Dramas’• In his life 1991 study, Paul Hunt identified 10 stereotypes that the media use to portray disabled people:• The disabled person as pitiable or pathetic• An object of curiosity or violence• Sinister or evil• The super cripple• As atmosphere• Laughable• His/her own worst enemy• As a burden• As Non-sexual• Being unable to participate in daily life
    • The Inbetweeners • Why is this clip funny? • How is the disabled girl being framed; ‘how’ is she being represented? • Are we meant to be laughing at the disabled person? • Are they the ‘butt’ of the joke? • How do you think disabled people respond to this? • The big word for disability representation is STEREOTTYPE! • Are we as society being cultivated to think that we should pity disability?
    • Activity View and discuss as a class Write notes and an analysis discussing the technical aspects that are creating the representationscamera angle, shot, movement and positionEditingSoundmise en scene
    • Viewing for Disability
    • Viewing of Past Exam ExtractBe prepared to feedback your observations on the technical languageused to represent disability
    • A Final Thought