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MS1 Representation Revision (2014)

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Lauren Geary

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Transcript of MS1 Representation Revision (2014)

MS1 EXAM REVISION
What are we being assessed on?
REPRESENTATION
REVISION
You will be asked to discuss an area of representation for EITHER question 2 (stepped question) OR question 3 of the exam. The examiners are looking for:
How do we analyse
representation?
In other words, how is representation constructed?

What questions must we ask ourselves
when analysing representation?
For the final part of question 2 or for question 3 you will be asked to discuss an area of representation using YOUR OWN DETAILED EXAMPLES. For this you MUST NOT refer to the stimulus material – this is where our case studies come in. Here are some of them:
Which case study for which area?
GROUP TASK
In groups put together a presentation on the case study allocated to you. Your presentation should include discussion of the following:
Let's Recap
What 2 things are the examiners looking for in your analysis of representation?


Identify 4 key terms that are good to use when exploring representation?


What must you not do when the question asks you to discuss 'your own detailed examples'?
Representation
NEATER POINTERS -

CREEPY HAT -

PETTY OR SEE -

GOODY LIE -

GEM AND LOONY IDIOT -

VIRUS BONES -

BRAINY OPPOSITION -

REPRESENTATION
ARCHETYPE
STEREOTYPE
IDEOLOGY
DOMINANT IDEOLOGY
SUBVERSION
BINARY OPPOSITION
Starter: unscramble the following words
to reveal key representation terminology

TASK:
In pairs, match the key term identified with the description provided on your handout. Then provide your own examples for each.
Some have been done for you...
An understanding of the context/purpose for the representation
(E.g. is it something to do with the target audience? The text’s genre? The institution?).
An overview of the concept.
TASK: List the possible areas of representation you could be asked in the exam and provide 2-3 case study examples you could use for each.

You might like to draw a diagram like this...
GENDER
MEN
WOMEN
CASE STUDY 2
CASE STUDY 3
CASE STUDY 1
CASE STUDY 2
Remember, for Nationality/Regionality, Issues and Events you require 2 areas with 2 case study examples for each (one main and one smaller comparison).
CASE STUDY 3
CASE STUDY 1
Specific media texts associated with this case study. These must be referenced!
A brief summary of why this case study was of interest.

Specific areas of representation that this case study can be used for with a summary of HOW the representation has been constructed (textual analysis) and for what purpose. Don't forget to discuss context here!
Use the P.E.E structure here to explain each area of representation relevant for your case study!
Other case studies this one can be good to compare with and why.
Who/what is being represented?
Who is the target audience?
For what purpose was this constructed?
Who created this representation?
Is it accurate? Positive or negative?
How has this representation been constructed?
How are they being represented?
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