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British Female Identity - conclusion

In conclusion, with the rise of media British women are more likely to construct their female identity and to contribute to the British identity. After analyzing the presented contrastive constructed British female identities of Emma Watson and Zoella one can conclude that despite criticism of mass media well-known female social influencers try to construct their female identity by means of social media. 245 more words

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The Image of Zoella in the Media

Social media has become a new source for individuals to communicate and to express themselves. It allows “individuals in society to find a way to become connected in society” (Lin 570). 724 more words

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Emma Watson's Media Representation

The impact of digital media influences the exposure of well-known personalities and allows these personalities to present a new positive role model. Source: http://celebmix.com/emma-watson-turns-twenty-six/

The British actress Emma Watson is best known for her role as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter saga, but her social engagement today exceeds her acting roles. 550 more words

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Emma Watson and Zoe Sugg

“Identity politics has so far been defined and conducted in terms of particular collective identities such as those based on gender, ethnicity and nationality” (Parekh 2008: 2). 317 more words

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Women in the Media - introduction

British identity can be viewed as an umbrella term for a considerable number of identities within a broader overarching identity. This scientific discourse examines one of these sub-categories of British identity: female British identity. 333 more words

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Report Reveals Startling Inequality in Irish Broadcasting

By Sarah O’Brien

The National Women’s Council of Ireland (NWCI) has unveiled a report showcasing a massive gender imbalance in flagship current affairs programming.

Research undertaken over a three-week period in the latter half of 2014, reveals that 72 percent of those appearing on RTE, Newstalk and Today FM’s main news programmes are male. 211 more words

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