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What does BBFC stand for?

British Boarder of Film Classification

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What is meant by demographic?

The aspects of a group/person/ audience that are fixed at birth and not easily changed about a person. E.g.//
Nationality/age/height

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What is meant by psychographic?

These are aspects of personality that can be controlled. E.g.//
Sports team/fashion/hobbies/music

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What is a mass audience?

Large scale, big group

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What is a niche audience?

Small and specific audience, not always mainstream

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What is a global village?

People around the world with the same niche interests

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Who came up with idea of the global village?

Marshall McLuhan

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What is a filter bubble?

Algorithms are used to select information which may be suitable for an audience member, without the users awareness

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Who came up with the idea of the filter bubble?

Eli Pariser

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What is the NRS audience profiling?

The split between social statuses

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What social status can be found in social grade A, and what jobs do they do?

Upper middle class, they have jobs such as doctors or lawyers

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Wha social status can be found in social grade B, and what jobs do they do?

Middle class, they have jobs such as managers and teacher

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What social status can be found in social grade C1, and what jobs do they do?

Lower middle class, they have jobs that are non manual, in offices

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What social status can be found in social grade C2, and what jobs do they do?

Skilled working class, jobs such as plumbers and electricians

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What social status can be found social grade D, and and what jobs do they have?

Working class, jobs such as shop assistants, farm and building site labourers

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What social status can be found social grade E, and what jobs do they do?

Unemployed/ receiving benefits, casual workers( not in regular employment) and pensioners who depend on the state for their income

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What is Acorn Classification?

Geodemographic, every postcode in the UK fits into one of 62 types. Uses information gathered from purchases/ contracts

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What are the differences between sans serif and serif font?

Sans serif = chatty, informal, friendly, colloquial
Serif = older, formal and traditional

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What does the sans in sans serif mean?

Means without ( the bottom bit added serif)