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question 2

  1. 1. I don’t think that my media publication is gender biased. I think that males are represented by the main image on the front cover however, the articles and contents page and double page spread are suited for both men and women. However, I do feel that more men will buy the magazine because I think that overall, more males buy indie magazines than females and the image on the front cover would appeal to men more than women.
  2. 2. I have used a simple colour scheme throughout my media production which is red, white with a very few bit of a light brown. I have used these colours because when I gave out questionnaires about the indie genre and magazines, most people said that red and white represent the indie genre. I also found that these colours worked very well with my images throughout and did not overpower the articles and pages. The mise en scene also helped make these colours compatible with general scheme and the genre also.
  3. 3. All the images I took represented the indie genre. I made sure the colours that were included fitted with the magazine and the genre. I made sure that the male on the front cover looked relaxed and almost like he didn’t care because this portrays the indie look that people appear to have. Having a young male on my front cover meant that although it originally appear to young adults, the other articles such as ‘take that make progress’ do appear to other ages and different social groups.

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