Title: gender steroetypes
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For example, the notion of the male being the ?bread winner' and the female attending to the domestic sphere is a concept that is apparent in real life when it is the tradition of the male to enter the working world and be in charge of providing for others, and the female to raise the children. This stereotype can then function in fiction and be applied into a specific genre, for example a drama centred on home life, representing our expectations and allowing the audience to relate to it...
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This stereotype can then function in fiction and be applied into a specific genre, for example a drama centred on home life, representing our expectations and allowing the audience to relate to it.
Using the example of Buffy the vampire slayer and The avengers I will demonstrate how cultural stereotypes embedded into these texts can be used for positive purposes by the audience...
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