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    I'm currently analysing the representation of British teenagers in 'Skins' and then comparing it to the representation of a Korean teenagers in a popular Korean drama. It will be written completely in Korean. I would be very grateful if you would take some time to fill out the questionnaire below. Thank you very much!

    1. What age group are you in?

    13-15 16-18 19-21 22-24 25+


    2. Which sex are you?

    Male Female


    3. ‘Skins’ is a realistic representation of British teenagers today.

    Strongly disagree/Disagree/Agree/Strongly agree


    4. Why do you think this?


    5. On a scale of 1-10, how truthful is the representation of British teenagers in 'Skins'?


    6. ‘Skins’ covers issues that are common with contemporary British society today.


    Strongly disagree/Disagree/Agree/Strongly agree


    7. On a scale of 1-10, how truthful is the representation of British society in 'Skins'?


    8. ‘Skins’ has some/ a number of issues which I can relate to.

    Yes No Not Sure


    10. Do you think that the representation of both British society and teenagers in 'Skins' has had some sort of affect on teenagers? If so, what has this effect been, how great is the effect and why do you think it has effected individuals in such a manner?

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    1: 16-18
    2: Male
    3: Disagree
    4: Because it's just too ridiculous. It basically takes some aspects of British teenagers and blows them way out of proportion.
    5: 2
    6: Agree
    7: 3
    8: Yes
    9: No, I think its done in such a way that it doesn't glamorize that way of living.
 
 
 
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