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Issues a personal response f486

  1. 1. Issues- A Personal Response F486<br />Sophie Holloway <br />Bulling Research <br />
  2. 2. Audio visual example<br />
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  4. 4. In the beginning of this advert we can see a young girl threading a needle giving the audience the impression that the girl is going to sow her doll.<br />When the girl looks up into the mirror it gives an instant shock to the viewer as it is her own mouth that has been sown up. This has been used as a way to show that the girl feels as though she can not talk to anyone about her being bullied and she feels it has to be kept inside. <br />The music that has been imported adds instant effect to the advert as it is an appropriate song for the advert, Sugar babes- Stronger, the girl can relate to the lyrics of this song. <br />
  5. 5. Photograph example<br />
  6. 6. This photo example of bullying shows one of the most recent forms of bullying in today's society where people plan to beat someone up and have someone else recording it on their phone then sending it round. <br />This photo shows exactly what happens when this form of bullying occurs. It shows a bully with the victim pinned up against the wall. Clearly it shows someone holding the phone with it recording what's happening.<br />It easily informs viewers that this form of bullying is happening. <br />
  7. 7. Graphic design poster<br />
  8. 8. This graphic design poster shows a different reason why people do get bullied. This shows the discrimination against homosexuals, this is one of the many different reasons why people get bullied in today's society.<br />With the use of lockers it shows that the bully victim is in either high school/ college. This it at the age where people are more venerable to becoming depressed, self harming or committing suicide. <br />
  9. 9. Web site example<br />
  10. 10. This is probably one of the most well known anti-bullying campaigns. The background is most affective as it shows faded different images of bullied children. The faded effect makes it seem like the children in the photos are out in the dark and look like their alone. The website has links for bullied children to ask for help or to find someone to talk to about what's happening to them. <br />