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32. Hairspray (2007) - Case Study

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This Media Studies Factsheet:
• Uses Hairspray as an example of how films can be used to discuss media concepts such as narrative and genre.
• Uses Hairspray as an example of how films can be used to discuss media debates such as representation and ideology.
• Uses Hairspray as an example of how social context is important to audience responses.

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September 2008

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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