MEST3 - Identities in the Media

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1. What is poverty ****?

  • Any type of media which exploits the poor's condition in order to generate necessary sympathy
  • Bad cases of poverty
  • Liking poverty
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2. Why does social media offer a potential tool for challenging dominant ideologies?

  • It still sits outside of the traditional media outlets such as TV and film
  • It is far too vast for it to be regulated, especially Facebook and Twitter
  • Too many people are using it

3. How are media representations of the upper classes often divided?

  • Celebrating their lifestyles and on the other hand negatively exposing their power in society
  • Shows them as humorous but also as desirable
  • Celebrating their wealth but at the same time, exposing their outlook on other class identities

4. What defines a person's class?

  • Heritage, appearance, where they live, income
  • Their dress sense, family's income, what type of house they have
  • Partner's income, family past, whether or not they are British

5. What does the film Grimsby mainly focus on?

  • Only representing bad traits
  • How nice the town is
  • How much fun the people live there have


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