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How far does the representation of a social group change over time?
It is important to remember exactly this – that representations change. This essay explores the representation of young women in the media and discusses notions of identity. In 2014, audiences could and should expect to see distinct moves away from old fashioned, traditional patriarchal culture and the embracing of a much more pluralistic understanding of gender representation but...[ read full article ] »
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Fundamentally this topic, as with all Section B topics requires the examination of contemporary media texts published or released within five years of the examination date. With this in mind, students need to be fully aware of a ‘past, present and future’ relating to topics (as reflected by some of the exam questions) hence a historical context is relevant but with an emphasis on the present day. Study must be through case study analysis reflecting two different media...[ read full article ] »