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A2 MEDIA STUDIES - G325 section B: COLLECTIVE IDENTITY - UNIT OVERVIEW
Transcript of A2 MEDIA STUDIES - G325 section B: COLLECTIVE IDENTITY - UNIT OVERVIEW
G325 - CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES
MEDIA & COLLECTIVE IDENTITY
WHAT WILL I STUDY?
HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED ?
The Representation of Teenagers in the Media
KEY TERMS & THEORIES
REPRESENTATION IN THE PRESS
REPRESENTATION IN TV NEWS
REPRESENTATION IN FILM
REPRESENTATION IN TV
REPRESENTATION in SOCIAL MEDIA/ COUNTER ARGUMENTS / FUTURE GAZING
The representation of the collective identity of teenagers is complex and will always depend on:
used for representing
the representation is for
CASE STUDIES & THEORIES
What the Media does to us
What we do with the Media
How we use the Media to develop our identities
Section B: Contemporary Media Issues
from a choice of 2
Answer Topic: Media & Collective Identity
2 hour paper
Allow 1 hour for section B answer
Total /50 marks
Marks are given for 3 different areas
1. explanation / analysis / argument (max / 20)
2. use of examples (max / 20)
3. terminology / use of Media theory (max /10)
Examiners will be looking to see how well you:
apply theory you have learnt to the case studies
create an argument and structure your response using your case studies & theories
answer the actual question asked and not some general response
triangulation - can you bring all these elements together?
You MUST discuss at least
2 different MEDIA FORMS
You MUST refer to
history, present day and the future
Traditional media forms tend to represent teenagers and teenage identity as negative.
These representations are produced by adults, for adults and therefore present teenagers as a social threat to wider society.
Recent media forms are more collaborative between producer and audience.
Their representations of teenagers offer a broader scope of the collective group, many of which are produced by teenagers themselves.
REPRESENTATION in SOCIAL MEDIA
Author & Broadcaster
what social networking 'does' to us