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Q2) How does your media product     represent particular social groups?•   For my magazine I used different features to ma...
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  1. 1. Q2) How does your media product represent particular social groups?• For my magazine I used different features to make it suitable for my social group, firstly for my double page spread I used the poses and expressions because I found very similar conventions when doing my research. An example is this VIBE. I think the facial expression and clothing relates to the music style and represents the target audience. I think to some extent that my choices of shots are a good way of connecting with the target audience. For example I have used a direct mode of address this would grab the audience’s attention right away also in my research I found that many of the shots used were close ups and mid-shots to clearly show who the artist is.• Furthermore I think that my magazine can also represent my chosen social group simply because of the consistent colour scheme I have used and how I have kept it plain and simple for my audience to understand. The three colours (Pink, Blue and White) can easily be associated with my target audience (females) because of the connotations behind it; I would think that my magazine employs the necessary conventions that allow it to act as a representation of the audience. I had to think carefully about what I could include in my magazine and how the features would affect the way I was trying to put the magazine across to the audience; which was why my magazine is different from the other magazines out in the music industry as it will give the audience a chance to win concert tickets and it would also include tips for those who want to become a part of the music industry in the future.

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