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Heidi lacks storyboard

Heidi Lacks Storyboard

Notes/Referral Guide


Introduction

introduction

  • Clearly state hypothesis/thesis

Among the many cultural icons that create gender norms, figurative dolls, including Barbie, epitomize the female gender role and everything young girls want to see in themselves- cute, pretty and magical while also beautiful, sexually attractive, and stylish. However this unattainable ideal of femininity is wreaking havoc on young female children today. The unrealistic body proportions portrayed by young female toys and figurative dolls compound the physical and mental harm young female children endure in failed attempts to reach these ideals of perfection.


3 main topics

3 main Topics

  • Marketing

  • Appearance is performance

  • Sexualized identities and dangerous body types


Marketing

Marketing

  • Question #3 Tillmann Interview

    (Marketing Section of this questions notes)

    -00:04:14:11--------00:04:24:03

  • Clip #8 = Marketing Messages

Total time for section:

36:11:17------36:38:26


Appearance is performance advertising

Appearance is PerformanceAdvertising

  • Question #1 Tillman Interview

    • 00:00:29:29------00:01:18:28

  • Question #3 Tillmann Interview (Advertising Section of this questions

  • -00:14:52:19----------00:05:18:1

Question #4 Tillmann Interview

-00:05:41:10=00:06:32:28

Connect with one of Rameys Response

  • Total time for entire section

    • 00:00:44:28-----00:01:22:27

Question#1= Debra Interview

Total Time Start To Finish

00:01:30:15-----00:02:26:25

Question#2= Debra Interview

Connect Rameys Idea about children surrounded by media pressures

Total amount of time for section:

29:20:16-----30:15:21

Clip #4 Rameys Interview

Clip #5 Rameys Interview

Total of entire Section:

30:46:28---31:48:02


Sexualized identities dangerous body types

Sexualized identities/Dangerous Body Types

  • Question #2 Tillmann Interview

    • 00:02:18:12----00:03:14:07

Clip #6 Ramey Interview

Total of Entire Section:

33:22:19-------:34:05:19

CONTINE At 34:10:25 END 35:06:11

Total of entire section

35:06:11----35:34:04

Clip #7 Ramey Interview

Total amount of this section

36:34:25-----36:35:07

Clip #9 Ramey Interview


Tillman interview

Tillman Interview

  • Question #1= Gender/performance/Act

    Total start and end time for entire section:

    00:00:29:29-00:01:09:17

    • Perform/Act—(look up to mom as role model (Iron board, cook, clean)

    • Behave a certain way

  • Question #2= Sexualization/Dangerous

    Total start and end time for entire section:

    -00:02:18:12----00:03:14:07

    • Celebrities/models/media/magazines (Skinny, young, beautiful

    • Self esteem goes down---Effects body and self

Question #3= Marketing and Advertising

T

Total start and end time for entire section:

-00:04:14:11—00:05:30:25

Marketing -00:04:14:11--------00:04:24:03

Advertising-00:14:52:19-----------00:05:18:11

Question #4= Ideolized Type of Bodies in the Media (FANTASY WORLD, Perform/ Act)

-00:05:41:10=00:06:32:28

Advertising creates this need of never being happy or satisfied with what we have

Ideolized Bodies in the Media/Fantasy World (put ideas in are head)


Tillmann interview

Tillmann Interview

  • Question #4 with #5= Dangerous Body Types/Body Ideals/Self Esteem

    • Tot

    • T

Total of Start and End Time:

-00:06:47:27-----00:09:30:08

*First part of Q #4 of Tillmann

-00:06:47:27-00:08:01:13

Idealized type of Bodies in the media

Referring back to “the GAP”

Fantasy World

Advertisers

START: 00:08:01:13

-What Produces Self-Esteem?

Media lowers body self esteem

Body ideals

Uncouncious thinking END: -00:09:30:08

Second Part of Q #4 (I think start of #5


Ramey woods interview

Ramey Woods Interview

  • Clip #1= Appearance/ Performance

Total time of this section:

00:00:18:14:12-----00:00:19:46:22

Acceptance

Body Image

What is beautiful

What they are supposed to look like

Clip #2= Impages Portrayed/Causation of Body Image

Total time of this section:

-00:00:20:00:06----00:00:19:46:22

Imagination and who that person thinks they are/become Feel the need to

meet these standards, that in reality can

(Relate to Tillmann about filling in the Gap)

Never be reached or fulfilled.


Ramey woods

Ramey Woods

Talks about School Uniforms

(refers a lot to my 4th question)

  • Clip #3= Stereotypes/Assumptions

Stereotyped and assumptions

Judgments

Express individuality in other ways

“I’m better than this person” (The mentality that you have)

Clip #4= Marketing to kids/act and performe like role models

Total amount of time for section:

29:20:16-----30:15:21

Side Note: Connect this section with

-Avery Talking about her Halloween costumes

-Avery Talking about how she wants to be like Bell

Carrian talking about how she like to play doctor and be like her mom

-Avery talking about how she her mom being her role model and how she wants to be a teacher like her.

-Talking about how she likes to play doctor.

Toys and life size things kids want to buy and be like it

“If I buy this dress I can be like her” **

Kids see princess movies and want to be like that princess

Little girls look up to things and want to connect to that

Trends and Halloween Costumes


Ramey woods1

Ramey Woods

  • Clip #5= Gender Roles, Parenting, Social Roles

  • Parenting plays a role

  • Do you like to emulate their parents when they are young?

  • “See what mommy is doing”

  • SIDE NOTE:

  • Connect with Avery saying she wants to be a teacher like her mom

  • Connect to Carrian saying she want to be a teacher like her mom

  • Connect how they both say they like pet shop because they want to be like Barbie and be like a doctor

Total of entire Section:

30:46:28---31:48:02

Clip #6=Social Media Pressures—Reflect Dangerous Body Types / Unachievable goals

Total of Entire Section:

33:22:19--------34:05:19

CONTINE At 34:10:25 END 35:06:11

Dangerous Body Types

Unrealistic Images surrounded by Media

Look through Magazines-reflect Self-Esteem

Clip #7= Body Image Struggles/ Differences and Different Bodies

Total of entire section

35:06:11----35:34:04

1) “This is the standard, your never going to reach it, and your never going to be happy with who you are”--------- Start: 35:06:11 End: 35:18:28

2) “All of this plays into the toys that they see, the actresses, the dolls… Everything”-----Start: 35:06:11 End: 35:34:04


Ramey woods interview1

Ramey Woods Interview

  • Clip #8= Marketing Messages

Total time for section:

36:11:17------36:38:26

“Look like that, I get to have friends like that…but its not real”

Clip #9= Barbie Quote________________________________

“It’s ok to play with a Barbie doll just know if she were to be life-size she would be not able to stand”

Total amount of this section

36:34:25-----36:35:07


Debra wellmann

Debra Wellmann

  • Question#1= Appearance/ Body Changes over time

  • Total time for entire section

    • 00:00:44:28-----00:01:22:27

  • Barbie used to be/ she was a role model back in ERA

  • Positives about Barbie

  • Reflect on how media has changed the way people perceive one another now.

    • Note: Even when the body type is normal society is not happy (refer to 300 always trying to fill the gap?

Question#2= Pressure by Media-Do Toys have an Effect on Children's Body Image?

Total Time Start To Finish

00:01:30:15-----00:02:26:25

Media Pressures, Magazines, Cartoons …

“I think all of this in some degree has an effect of how young girls are raised while growing up. How a family works together.

Question#3=


Methods compairing and contrasting

Methods(compairing and contrasting)

  • Gender Roles

  • Body images

  • Toys


Carreras interview

Carreras Interview

  • Question #1- Favorite Doll

Bratz Doll

LIV Doll

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Bratz Doll:

“Because she has blonde hair just like me, and shes a rockstar and that’s what I want to be when I grow up.” Start| 00:00:22:01 End| 00:00:28:21


Heidi lacks storyboard

  • Girl and mom doing something together in commercial


Heidi lacks storyboard

  • Argument:

  • Overll effect on performance

  • Hypthosismthods


Intervirws

intervirws

  • Types

  • How long they are/time

  • Which section they would go in

  • Where it fits in

  • Good thing about it

  • Note if I want to zoom in


Shot descriptoion

Shot descriptoion

  • What it is

    • Interview questoon= what

    • Class activity

    • -images

    • -scholar quotes

  • Deb wellman talking about


Audio

audio

  • music


Comments

comments

  • Time: length of clip

  • Possibilites or side notes for scene

  • Transition: how going to get to the next scene


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