In your chosen two television programmes, discuss the extent to which situation comedy is dependent on stereotypical representations of gender.

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Stereotypes give us the chance to laugh at our self's or even recognisable groups in society. As stereotypes are generalisations of individuals this means that common factors of individuals are used and exaggerated and displayed with in the media or in this case on the TV set. When we see this it then becomes recognisable with in others we know or ourselves...
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When we see this it then becomes recognisable with in others we know or ourselves. So the ability to recognise these brings a smile upon our faces. For the first of my two chosen television programmes, which is Men behaving badly series 5, episode 2 "The good pub guide". In this sit-com there are four main characters, Dorothy, Debs, Gary and Tony...
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