Media Section A

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  • Section A
    • Stereotypes (Represe..)
      • Disability
        • Mentally Disabled
          • Often shown as strange, odd, childlike, outsiders
        • Physically Disabled / Disfigured
          • Often shown as outsiders, unable to do normal things
        • Able Bodies / Minded
          • often shown as 'normal' and 'ideal'
      • Gender
        • Male
          • New Man
            • less masculine but still heterosexual, family orientated, cooking and cleaning
          • Traditional masculine man
            • aggressive, tall, dominant over women, provides for family, no housework
          • Gay man
            • feminine, weak, bitchy
        • Female
          • traditional feminine women
            • girly, likes pink, dresses, needs a man to cope, weak, pure, innoncent, house work, children
          • sexy woman
            • flirty, revealing dresses, manipulate, bitchy
          • Lesbian woman
            • masculine, hates men
      • Ethnicity
        • White
          • good, pure, heroes, strong, sometimes racist
        • Black
          • exotic, strange, tribal, criminal, poor
        • Asian
          • intelligent
        • Indian
          • poor, large families, traditional,  work in corner shops
        • Middle Eastern
          • terrorists, violent, aggressive, rich
        • Immigrants
          • drain on society, criminals, illegal, bad for Britain, taking jobs
      • Sexuality
        • Gay Men
          • camp, feminine, funny, outrageous, attractive, sleep around
        • Lesbian Women
          • butch, manly, blunt, man haters
      • Regional Identity
        • Scottish
          • money obssessed, drink a lot of alcohol, loves the outdoors, kilts, haggis, violent, aggressive
        • Irish
          • farms, rural, dancing, religious, friendly, less intelligent
        • London
          • central and west
            • rich, posh, snobby, upper class
          • north, east and south
            • poor, common, criminals, violent
        • Manchester/ Newcastle/ Liverpool
          • 'chavs', fake designer labels, tracksuits, drinking a lot, aggressive, uneducated, criminals
        • Welsh
          • 'shagging sheep', countryside
        • Essex
          • glamorous but cheap, footballer's wives, lots of partying, quite stupid
        • Yorkshire
          • rural, countryside, cobbled streets, working on farms
        • Somerset / Cornwall
          • 'backwards', living in rural areas, working on farms
        • South England
          • centre of culture, modern, classy, clever, sunny, richer, middle class jobs
        • North England
          • poorer, bad weather, lower class, aggressive, less culture, less clever, working class jobs
      • Class and status
        • Upper classes (eg Made In Chelsea)
          • rich, clever, snobby, posh
        • Middle Classes (eg My Family)
          • 'normal', good family values. well behaved
        • Working Classes (eg Coronation Street)
          • poorer, less happy, less intelligent, but with strong community links
        • Lower / Under Classes (eg Shameless)
          • criminals, no family values, no community links, bad parents etc.
    • Techinal Analysis
      • Camera
        • shot length
        • camera angle
        • camera movement
      • Editing
        • ASL
        • Who dominates screen time?
        • Cuts
      • Sound
        • diegetic
        • non - diegetic
      • Mise-En-Scene
        • vestural codes
        • Body codes
        • lighting
        • Setting
        • Props
        • hair and makeup

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