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Evaluation part 4


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Evaluation part 4

  1. 1. 4. Who would be theaudience for your media product?
  2. 2. Target Audiences involve... Age Gender Location/Region Social Class Ethnicity/Nationality Lifestyle/ and Hobbies/Interests Morals and Beliefs
  3. 3. Age 15 years – 30 yearsGender Teenaged females who use social networkingLocation /region UK WorkingSocial classclass
  4. 4. Age Films rated 15 these films may contain violence and scenes of a sexual nature, swearing and offensive language can be used and "emotionally harrowing" scenes are also permitted. This rating would be most suitable for our film opening. Examples of films within this classification are Final Destination and Halloween III.
  5. 5. Gender
  6. 6. Location/Region
  7. 7. Social Class
  8. 8. Ethnicity/Nationality
  9. 9. Lifestyle and Hobbies/ Interests
  10. 10. BBFC RATINGBBFC Policy How We FollowedThere may be frequent use of strong language (for When there was dialogue in our open sequence no swear words wereexample, ‘fuck’). The strongest terms (for usedexample, ‘cunt’) may be acceptable if justified bythe context. Aggressive or repeated use of thestrongest language is unlikely to be acceptableDangerous behaviour (for example, hanging, At the end of the open sequence when Nia got dragged in it was onlysuicide and self-harming) should not dwell on shown for 2seconds maximumdetail which could be copied. Easily accessibleweapons should not be glamorised.Sexual activity may be portrayed without strong There was no sexual activity featured in the sequence.detail. There may be strong verbal references tosexual behaviour, but the strongest referencesare unlikely to be acceptable unless justified bycontext. Works whose primary purpose is sexualarousal or stimulation are unlikely to beacceptableThe work as a whole must not endorse No discrimination used in the sequencediscriminatory language or behaviour.