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How american TV series Gossip Girl shape/influence young woman's ideals/opinions/life
Journalism & Communication
Pages 12 (3012 words)
[Topic:] [Course Title:] [Student's Name:] Introduction This literature review will cover the problem components related to the compelling issue under consideration, that is, the negative influence of Gossip Girl on the lifestyles of young women in America.
The television series was created by Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage and was first premiered on The CW in late September, 2007 (Spalding, M., 2010, p.3-67). The series is based on the life and lies of Manhattan's Upper Side's elite young adults. The main theme of Gossip Girl revolves around the love life, relationships, rivalry, and drama involving the main characters of the series. While awareness against these issues can be created by the facilitation of media, previous literature and experts agree on the fact that Gossip Girl is doing the opposite. Literature Review One of the main reasons why TV series can affect one’s life so profoundly is the fact that young girls start considering the media figures and main actors involved as their fictive peers. These fictive peers are followed even more precisely than the actual peers and start taking a form of role models for young female audience. According to Spalding (2010, p.3-67), this consideration leads to the belief that the audience is connected to their fictive role models; this connection results in the extension of the viewing experience by the adoration and imitation of these media figures or characters by the viewers to the extent that teenagers eat macaroon towers when they are down and are moving to New York city for recreation and education as Gossip Girl is set there. ...
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