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  • No Eleanor I agree with Joe I think a wolf in sheep's clothing can have a better affect if it is attracted to the group E of demographics as it will change the stereotypical audience that thriller composers usually attract.
  • Guys! I think I know what our demographics can be. I think that we should allocate our audience to group E which are students and teenagers; the reason for this is because we can identify their needs and demands.
  • On the other hand it could also be group B as were surrounded by that age of people( working class) in our everyday school life environment.
  • Moving on our decision on psychographics I instantly propose that we attract the group explorers; the way in which this links with our findings is that we are seeking people wanting discovery and an individual opinion on the opening we have created.
  • We can also justify our decision! As the group we have chose would have already completed similar work in the media field and would most definitely have an interest or qualification of our project that we have created; meaning we can have a natural, positive and very helpful response.
  • But Maddie, we are attracting a niche audience! As well as that stereotypically women are not attracted to thrillers and find them sometimes they're least favourite genre. In my opinion I think the smart decision would be to attract males as the majority primary audience.Furthermore I want to see our audiences reaction to the difference in superiority. However I would also like to suggest that our audiences should only watch our project if they have a cultural attachment or interest in our narrative as it could easily distress some viewers comfort zone.
  • Finally we have to come to a conclusion on what gender we are attracting to our opening!
  • Why can't we just attract both male and female audiences then we can get two different honest opinions?
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