By StephJarram & Emma Jolliffe<br />Binary Opposites<br />
Male:<br /><ul><li>Sports
Pub/beer
Cars
Action films</li></ul>Stereotypes in film:<br /><ul><li>The joker
The jock
The big shot
The action hero</li></ul>Gender<br />Female:<br /><ul><li>Shopping
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Binary opposites

  1. 1. By StephJarram & Emma Jolliffe<br />Binary Opposites<br />
  2. 2. Male:<br /><ul><li>Sports
  3. 3. Pub/beer
  4. 4. Cars
  5. 5. Action films</li></ul>Stereotypes in film:<br /><ul><li>The joker
  6. 6. The jock
  7. 7. The big shot
  8. 8. The action hero</li></ul>Gender<br />Female:<br /><ul><li>Shopping
  9. 9. Fashion
  10. 10. Soaps
  11. 11. Makeup
  12. 12. Going out</li></ul>Stereo types in film:<br /><ul><li>Dumb blonde
  13. 13. The bitch
  14. 14. The business woman</li></li></ul><li>Age<br />Old:<br /><ul><li>Walking stick
  15. 15. Sleep
  16. 16. Grumpy
  17. 17. Boring</li></ul>Stereotypes in film:<br /><ul><li>Night at the museum
  18. 18. Mamma Mia
  19. 19. Mrs Doubtfire</li></ul>Young:<br /><ul><li>Immature
  20. 20. Playful
  21. 21. Naughty
  22. 22. Happy all of the time</li></ul>Stereotypes in film:<br /><ul><li>The little rascals
  23. 23. Series of unfortunate events
  24. 24. Jumanji</li></li></ul><li>ethnicity<br />Black:<br /><ul><li>African
  25. 25. Indian
  26. 26. Equal
  27. 27. Different religions</li></ul>Stereotypes in film:<br /><ul><li> Hotel Rwanda
  28. 28. SlumdogMillionnaire
  29. 29. Street dance 3D</li></ul>White:<br /><ul><li>Accents
  30. 30. Regional identity varies
  31. 31. Equal
  32. 32. Different religions</li></ul>Stereotypes in film:<br /><ul><li>Footloose
  33. 33. Walk the line
  34. 34. Rat race
  35. 35. Forrest Gump</li></li></ul><li>sexuality<br />Straight:<br /><ul><li>Equal
  36. 36. Relationships
  37. 37. Different views
  38. 38. Looked at as ‘normal’</li></ul>Stereotypes in film:<br /><ul><li>Mr and Mrs Smith
  39. 39. Legally Blonde
  40. 40. She’s the Man</li></ul>Gay:<br /><ul><li>Looked at as being different/wrong?
  41. 41. Friendly
  42. 42. Equal
  43. 43. Different views</li></ul>Stereotypes in film: <br /><ul><li> Brokeback mountain</li></li></ul><li>Class and status<br />Rich:<br /><ul><li>Snobby
  44. 44. Selfish/generous
  45. 45. Better off
  46. 46. Nice things</li></ul>Stereotypes in film:<br /><ul><li> Cheaper by the Dozen
  47. 47. Music and Lyrics</li></ul>Poor:<br /><ul><li>On the streets/beggars
  48. 48. Scrounge for food/drink
  49. 49. They suffer with everything
  50. 50. Feel like giving up</li></ul>Stereotypes in film:<br /><ul><li> Pirates of the Caribbean
  51. 51. Charlie and the chocolate factory</li></li></ul><li>Physical ability/disability<br />Able bodied:<br /><ul><li>Strong
  52. 52. Fit
  53. 53. Can do anything physical
  54. 54. Seen to be ‘lucky’ to be healthy</li></ul>Stereotypes in film:<br /><ul><li> Bruce Almighty
  55. 55. Shall we dance?
  56. 56. Step up</li></ul>Disabled:<br /><ul><li>Wheelchair
  57. 57. Worse off
  58. 58. Limited on physical activities
  59. 59. People feel sorry for them
  60. 60. Weigh issues</li></ul>Stereotypes in film:<br /><ul><li>Forrest Gump
  61. 61. Shallow Hal</li></li></ul><li>Regional identity<br />South:<br /><ul><li>The beach
  62. 62. Countryside
  63. 63. Southern accent
  64. 64. Religion/ architecture</li></ul>North:<br /><ul><li>Religion
  65. 65. Farmers
  66. 66. Northern accent
  67. 67. Humorous</li>

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