REGIONALIDENTITYLEO FEATHERSTONE
NORTHERNERSDialect:-Use of doon instead of down and substitution of -ang noise in words that end –ong- Use of gottal-stop ...
ESSEXDialect:-abbreviation of words and slang e.g. Jell (jealous), reem (looks good)Clothing:- Young females: Designer wea...
SCOTTISHDialect:- Strong accent, stereotypically hard to understand if notScottish. Substitution of words e.g. ‘Can not’ o...
WELSHDialect:- Strong accent, Welsh language (Celtic)Clothing:- Jumpers, coats, winter wearLocations/settings:- Country si...
IRISHDialect:- Strong accent, speak GaelicClothing:- Briefs, trilby’sSetting/Locations- Pub- Country SideProps:- Beer (Gui...
NEWCASTLE(GEORDIE)Dialect:- Strong accent, slang words such as ‘why aye’ and ‘bonny’Clothing:- Young females: Very minimal...
YORKSHIREDialect:- Old English, Country accent and sayings such as ‘Oarse muck’Clothing:- big coats, wellingtons, jodhpurs...
MANCHESTER(MANCS)Dialect:- Strong accent, phrases such as your ‘Your dead right mate’ andslangClothing:- Tracksuits, Hoodi...
LIVERPOOL(SCOUSERS)Dialect:- Strong accent, phrases such as ‘Ey calm down’ – ‘Do one’or ‘On ya bill’Clothing:- Tracksuits,...
BIRMINGHAM(BRUMMIES)Dialect:- Slang words such as ‘Babby’,’Cob’ or ‘Wench’ quite negativewordsSetting/Locations- Urban are...
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Regional identity

  1. 1. REGIONALIDENTITYLEO FEATHERSTONE
  2. 2. NORTHERNERSDialect:-Use of doon instead of down and substitution of -ang noise in words that end –ong- Use of gottal-stop on words like ‘The’ – replaced by the letter ‘t’Clothing:- Young males: Long trench coats, converse,- Young females: Skimpy clothing, mini skirts, high heels, crop tops (Cheshire)- Old males: Flat caps, jumpers, browns and beige, slippers (Lancashire)Location/Setting:- Cheshire- Lancashire- Yorkshire- Northumbland- Lincoln- Angel of the NorthProps:- Pipe- Cup of tea- Pie- DogsCostume and Makeup:- Young males: Scruffy hair, stubble- Young females: Fake tan, Hair extensions, heavy make-up, fake eyelashes- Old males: Beards, facial hair.Class/Status:-Working class
  3. 3. ESSEXDialect:-abbreviation of words and slang e.g. Jell (jealous), reem (looks good)Clothing:- Young females: Designer wear, high heels, dresses, skirts- Young males: Designer wear, Suit trousers, shirts, giletsLocations/settings:- Cafes (Costa)- Expensive shops and Restaurants- Queen Elizabeth II Bridge- salonsProps:- Luxury cars e.g. Mercedes- Handbags- Smart phonesCostume and Makeup:- Young females: Heavy make up, Fake tan, Hair extensions, glamorous hair, styled- Young males: Fake tan, short styled hair, Hair dye, stubble, well keptClass/status:-Working class however like to see themselves as upper.
  4. 4. SCOTTISHDialect:- Strong accent, stereotypically hard to understand if notScottish. Substitution of words e.g. ‘Can not’ often said as ‘Canny’ Clothing:- Kilts, Burberry clothing, woolly coatsLocations/settings:- Country side- Castles- GlasgowProps:- Bag Pipes,Costume and Makeup:- Pale, Freckles, Ginger, Large/fatClass/status:-Working class
  5. 5. WELSHDialect:- Strong accent, Welsh language (Celtic)Clothing:- Jumpers, coats, winter wearLocations/settings:- Country side- Fields- Cottages- CardiffProps:- Rugby ball- Walking stick- Sheep dogCostume and Makeup:- Small- Dark HairedClass/status:-Working class
  6. 6. IRISHDialect:- Strong accent, speak GaelicClothing:- Briefs, trilby’sSetting/Locations- Pub- Country SideProps:- Beer (Guinness)- Four leaf clover- Pot of goldCostume and Makeup:- Ginger, pale skin, SmallClass/status:- Working class
  7. 7. NEWCASTLE(GEORDIE)Dialect:- Strong accent, slang words such as ‘why aye’ and ‘bonny’Clothing:- Young females: Very minimal, over the top, short skirts, dresses-Young Males: Low neck tops, Vests, Tight fitting, jeansSetting/Locations- Clubs- Pubs- NewcastleProps:- Alcohol- underwearCostume and Makeup:- Heavy make-up, fake tan, styled hair,dyed hair and hair extensionsClass/status:-Working class
  8. 8. YORKSHIREDialect:- Old English, Country accent and sayings such as ‘Oarse muck’Clothing:- big coats, wellingtons, jodhpurs, boots, flat caps, tweed clothingSetting/Locations- Countryside- fields- Farms- AgricultureProps:- Tractors- Spades, hoes, rakes- PipeClass/status:Working class
  9. 9. MANCHESTER(MANCS)Dialect:- Strong accent, phrases such as your ‘Your dead right mate’ andslangClothing:- Tracksuits, Hoodies, trainers, capsSetting/Locations- Urban areas- ParksProps:- Knives, drugs, guns, alcoholCigarettesClass/status:Working class and Unemployed
  10. 10. LIVERPOOL(SCOUSERS)Dialect:- Strong accent, phrases such as ‘Ey calm down’ – ‘Do one’or ‘On ya bill’Clothing:- Tracksuits, sportswearSetting/Locations- Urban areasProps:- Crowbars, KnivesCostume and Makeup:- Dark haired, Curly hair, facial hairClass/status:-Working class or Unemployed
  11. 11. BIRMINGHAM(BRUMMIES)Dialect:- Slang words such as ‘Babby’,’Cob’ or ‘Wench’ quite negativewordsSetting/Locations- Urban areasProps:- TV’s, couches, microwaves (Lazy)Class/status:Working class and Unemployed

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