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  1. 1. How does your media product represent particular social groups?Who would be the audience for your media product?How did you attract/address your audience?My media product does not represent one social group in particular, butinstead is relatable for a wide range of young people. As the sixth formhas a variety of social groups within it, I wanted my magazine to appealto everyone. In order to do this, I looked at the data I found in myresearch and planning in regards to what majority of people expect in amagazine and furthermore tried to apply this when constructing my frontcover and contents page. For example, the majority of people chose thatthey would prefer to see bright colours in a sixth form magazine, so inorder to do this but ensure it still suited everybody I chose to use a brightcyan blue and a lighter shade of purple for my main colour scheme,which stood out against the white background.My target audience was primarily students of sixth form, aged between16-19. In regards to my images, I decided to take a variety of shots withpeople from different “groups” within the sixth form. I did this because Ifelt it was important to show that everybody within the sixth form isequal in regards to my magazine and that it was not aimed at one socialgroup in particular. This applies for my contents page too, as I wanted therange of articles I would include in my magazine to have something thateverybody would be interested in reading, in order to reach the whole ofmy target audience.

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