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An excellent piece of analysis on the film, exploring and explaining MANY of It Follows' themes and messages.

Take notes on:

The role of adults in the film & how they're represented.

The use of childhood 'symbolism' and the longing for safety and innocence.

The ideology the film has in regards to growing older. THE MESSAGE FOR THE YOUNGER GENERATION AUDIENCE??

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MEDIATION, MEDIATED:

It is obvious that a fictional text such as Hunger Games or Divergent isn’t real and we can take what we see at face-value, but when we encounter something like Whiplash or My Brother the Devil, we are more likely to believe the mediation as being realistic.
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Use the prompt questions below to help you make a statement about the overall representation of teens in Scream the TV series, and if these teens are any different from those in historical slasher texts.
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SCREAM series 1 episode 1

FULL EPISODE

Use this to pick and analyse (MECS) your chosen scene - should like to your opinion on representation of teens

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Have representations of teenagers in Scream (tv series) changed or evolved from those found in slasher horror films from the 70s and 80s?

Post your explanation if you choose "to some extent"
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What might the names of key characters suggest about the representation of youth in The Hunger Games? How might the name of the adults reflect upon the representation of youth?

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