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    Stereotypes In The Media

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    Globally there are about 2.25 men to 1 female that is shown in the media. This gender ratio proportion worsen in third world companies (Huffington Post). Over the past few decades, no action was taken upon this tragedy. The media is a huge, if not the leading, influence on people of all ages. Every person is labelled with a stereotype no matter how young, old, race, gender, etc. The stereotypes they portray can stick with a person forever. These stereotypes affect they way a person interacts…

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    Media And President

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    The relationship between the media and the president has evolved throughout American history. The Framers of the Constitution intended for there to not be a relationship between the presidency and the press because of fear of the rise of a demagogue, now the modern president and media share a symbiotic relationship. Many believe that the media objectively reports news and informs the people about the presidency. This couldn’t be further from the truth, today the media has lost its credibility…

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    Movements In The Media

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    Movements in the Media This is not the first exploration of frames used by the media and individuals’ abilities to gain access to the news media. In 1998, Ryan, Carragee, and Schwerner explored how marginalized groups use news media for transmitting ideas that focus on political change and social justice issues to the public. In this study, Ryan, Carragee, and Schwerner conclude that through their analysis, that depending on the message, the frames given by the media differ (1998). In R.M.…

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    Media Convergence

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    professional careers in media, the first field that comes into mind is journalism. However, due to the popularization of social media as a communicative tool, a new category of media professionalism has been shaped. Michelle Phan is just one example of a social networking mogul with an incredibly large media presence. A quick search of her name indicates just how successful she has become through the power of social media. Throughout her career, she has been heavily influenced by media…

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    Sexism In Media

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    The media act as a vehicle to promote countless messages and ideologies everyday, but in a media world where patriarchal values still reign high, there is a major issue of sexism at hand. Women are under represented in virtually all aspects of media, news media specifically. In a 2015 report on the status of women in the media, it is stated that “in evening broadcast news, women are on-camera 32 percent of the time; in print news, women report 37 percent of the stories; on the Internet, women…

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    Media Desensitization

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    Television and other media can have positive effects, however most of the attention is focused on the negative effects (2011, p.251). Generally, media content influences the way we behave, the way we think and the way we react emotionally (2011, p.258). Researchers have shown that there are some commonalities in the ways we react to various mediated content (2011, p.258). We take behavioral cues from the media and apply them to our own lives that can influence our behavior negatively or…

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    to talk about how social media play a great deal with making people in our society very narastic. C) Preview of Main Points I) Website like Instragram, facebook, and twitter has added self- promotion for college students. II) The amount of friends, someone has on social media affects a person feeling better about themselves. III) Adults use social media different ways than students do. D) Statement of…

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    Media Consolidation

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    people. Increasingly a few media corporations took charge of a majority of the news the general public can access. As a result they controlled most of one’s ideas and imagination about the world. This control allows these conglomerates to influence the media they want the public to see, and in doing so much of society is blinded to issues that are of importance. Media consolidation has harmed televised news because, it can censor people from issues of importance, and media corporations are…

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    Sexualization In Media

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    Oversexualization of men, women, and even children in America has become of great controversy, some might even call it an epidemic. Sex has infiltrated our media and advertising so broadly, and causes mental and/or emotional harm to women and children more so than men. Not only do movies and television shows exploit one of mankind’s most innate needs, but advertisements and video games also utilize this character weakness in our society. The reason that this is such a huge concern is due to…

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    Mcluhan Media

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    The concept of media becoming an extension of our body, is described as follows by McLuhan "The idea that media do not bring the world to us, but rather permit us to experience the world with a scope and depth otherwise impossible." (Pg. 245) I began to interpret that quote in a variety of different ways. First, I thought about how it corresponds with how a large part of society relies on media so heavily, almost as if it was a part of them. It has become second nature to have media in our lives…

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