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Media Stereotyping of Race and Gender
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In four pages this paper examines how the media stereotypes race and gender, using the example of an episode of the FX cable network series ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ and considering the white-supremacist-capitalist-patriarchy theory of feminist author and ctivist bell hooks. Five sources are listed in the bibliography.
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Media Text Analysis
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A five page paper which looks at the way in which media texts represent reality, the social and political constraints which affect such representations, and the differences between news media in the UK and the US. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Media's Responsibility for the Obesity Epidemic
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This 3 page paper examinees the thesis submitted by a student that "food advertising has a negative influence on children and what they eat." Whether or not obesity and overeating is a moral issue is carefully examined. It is suggested that media should take some responsibility for the problem. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Media's Role in Reporting American Conflicts
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This 10 page paper looks at the American media and its role in 911, other terrorist attacks, and the impending war. The paper supports the idea that media should be used as a tool of the U.S. government. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Media, Communication Technologies and Democracy
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A 6 page paper using two articles provided by the student. Comments from both authors are included in this essay that discusses how communication technologies and how the media impact citizens. In the first article, the author discusses the capabilities of being exposed only to news or material one wants. This could lead to a society of exclusive groups. The second article addresses entertainment media and the very serious cultural clash of opinions. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Media, Nationalism And National Identity Versus New Media (Internet) Theory
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12 pages in length. The close relationship between media and national identity is a dichotomy of tremendous proportions: On the one hand, it is a union fraught with conflicting messages and images by which to inform the people, yet on the other hand, it reflects one of the most inescapably important relationships ever forged between two otherwise incompatible entities. To illustrate how this incongruous merger has endured – and even flourished – throughout claims of nation state weakening due in part to the pervasiveness of globalization, one need only look as far as the Internet to see how much of a major role media now play in representing, creating and restructuring national identity, nationalism and national boundaries. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
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Media: Incites Violence
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6 pages in length. To implicate mass media as being an influential force over the prevalence of violence in today's society is to recognize the intrinsic impact such avenues as television, radio and magazines have upon an impressionable global community. Indeed, various forms of media regularly infuse the not-so-subtle factors associated with gratuitous violence to such an extent that viewers are no longer shocked by the bludgeoning death or decapitation of a fellow human being. Instead, this desensitization has served to encourage the public to engage in that much more violent aspects of contemporary media, not the least of which includes the overt violent depiction found in video games. In a society where violence takes center stage where media sources are concerned, one might readily surmise how children stand to be the greatest casualty. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Media: Portrayal Of White Suspects Compared To Black Suspects In The Criminal Justice System
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11 pages in length. One of the most damning aspects of racial stereotypes is the manner in which all members of a particular race become grouped together for the actions of a relative few. By casting the negative light of racial profiling toward being Black, Mexican, Asian or any number of other ethnic races, it shows a great deal of ignorance and disrespect for that individual; just because someone is a member of a certain race does not mean that they represent any of the negative connotations associated with that race. African-Americans and Latinos are victims of this sort of prejudice on a regular basis by being regularly interrogated by law enforcement. It can readily be argued that the police are decidedly more prejudice toward some races than they are toward others; for this reason, certain races are badgered with no other justification than because of their color. However, law enforcement officials are not the only ones who misconstrue reality and perpetuate racial discord, inasmuch as the media have long incited controversy by participating in racial profiling. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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