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    sean1612

    [1]Dec 12, 2007
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    I am studying how well does shameless represents the working class for my A2 media project at college and i really need your help as i need feedback from people to complete my research so if you could please answer the question or just leave your views on the topic. THANK YOU

    1. HOw do you define working class?

    2. Do you think that shameless correctly represents the working class?

    3. Do you think thta watching shameless has changed your view/opnion of the working class?

    4. Do you watch any other programs of the same genre e.g TV drama about the working class?

    and finally......

    5. Do you think that thee is a difference between the working classes in different areas e.g. north and south?

    Thank You for your help.

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    tonylee000

    [2]Dec 29, 2007
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    do your own homework.

    ok, well im in derbyshire near manchester and my opinion is that its a representation provided by the ideads and experiences of a writing crew, and then exaggerated for tv.

    makes superb tv

    long live shameless

    bring back fiona and steve
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    Anaithnid

    [3]Dec 30, 2007
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    It's pretty accurate in general, but exaggerated greatly. I can't comment on how it accurate it is because I'm from Ireland and can only compare it to life here.
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