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WHAT IS REGIONAL IDENTITY?Regional identity is identifying a persons identitywhich is rooted not only in the setting of the film butalso in speech, costumes etc. and in the region theylive in.Regional identity usually coincides withstereotypes, which means a widely held but fixed andoversimplified image or idea of a particular type ofperson or thing. Stereotypes usually have negative orhumorous connotations which do not apply to everysingle indigenous person in a particular region.
NORTHERNERS Stereotype= ‘Northern Monkeys’, Loud rude, drink a lot and of a lower status Costume= Track suit or cheap/casual clothes Dialogue/dialect= Vowel sounds over-pronounced Make up= Over the top or minimal Class/Status= Low
SOUTHERNERS Stereotype= ‘Poncy Southerners’ arrogant and posh - Dialogue/dialect= Well spoken ‘ the rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain’ -Costume= Suit and tie, tailored clothing and dresses -Props= Brief case -Make up= Classy and to a minimum -Class/Status= Middle/Upper
ESSEX Stereotype= Image conscious, unintelligent, love to shop and party Stereotype coined by TOWIE (The Only Way is Essex) - Dialogue/dialect= Shut up Oh my God = common phrases -Costume: Girls= Revealing/OTT Boys: Fashionable -Location= Clubs and boutiques -Props: G Expensive, flashy, tacky handbags, up to date mobile phone -Make up= Fake tan, fake eyelashes and hair extensions -Class/Status= Lower Middle http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vTzuZk 1OHA
SCOTTISH Stereotype= Humourless, hate other nations,alcoholic and violent Dialogue/dialect= Strong accent och wee Costume= Kilt, tartan, Tam o Shanter Location= Highlands, cold and vast open spaces Props= Bagpipes, haggis, whisky Make up= Ginger hair and freckles Class/Status= Lower class (farmers) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =fp-jVwBGUsI
WELSH Stereotype= Small ,dark haired people who play all rugby, sing in choirs, herd sheep or mine coal Dialogue/dialect= Very ‘song-like’ and melodic, slow and exaggerated pronunciation Costume= Rugby shirts Location= Rugby pitch, church, pub, fields with sheep Props= Sheep Make up= Minimal Class/Status= Middle/Lower
SCOUSERS Stereotype= Dangerous ; ‘Why does the river Mersey run through Liverpool? If it walked it would get mugged’ - Dialogue/dialect= Flemmy, difficult to understand; like prominent ks -Costume= Tracksuits, very http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=STIvNjWobzA casual cheap looking clothing -Location= -Props= Cheap looking jewellery -Make up= Minimal, or OTT -Class/Status= Low
YORKSHIRE - Dialogue/dialect= Ey up’, ‘An Ahll tell thi that fer nowt’, don’t pronounce ‘t’s’ Costume= Flat caps, tweed jackets Location= Open fields, country pubs, Local shops Props= Whippets/Yorksire terrier and Yorkshire puddings http://www.youtube.com/watc Make up= Minimal/pale h?v=jzAD2GLfaNU Class/Status= Low (farmers)
GEORDIES Stereotype= Loud, swear a lot, party animals and binge drinkers (help coined by Geordie Shore) Dialogue/dialect= ‘way eye http://www.youtube.com/watch man’, difficult to understand ?v=6PVQbnvv79I Costume= Revealing, tight clothing Location= Busy town centres, clubs, urban areas Make up= Over the top, fake tan, dark hair Class/Status= Lower middle/ middle
MANCS Stereotype= Loud, rude, funny and fond of fighting (Helped coined by Oasis) Dialogue/dialect= ‘Oh, aye’ ‘Nowt’ Costume= Manchester United Shirt Location= Busy town centres Class/Status= Low/lower middle
BRUMMIES Stereotype= Unintelligent and unfriendly Dialogue/dialect= Yow heavily pronunciation the ow of You Costume= Casual/ Cheao Location= Busy, industrialised centres Make up= Greasy hair Class/Status= Low
LONDONERS (NORTHERN/ MORE POSH BOROUGHS) - Dialogue/dialect= Well spoken, range of vocabulary -Costume= Cashmere jumpers/sweaters and suits -Location= Skyscrapers, swanky bars, posh homes -Props= Briefcase -Class/Status= Middle/upper