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Essay | Media Stereotypes

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Media Stereotypes

Summary: Discusses how the media perpetuates race, gender and sexual stereotypes. Explores how these negative stereotypes then influence the public.
Media stereotypes are to be expected, especially in the entertainment, news industries and advertising, which need as wide an audience as possible to quickly understand information. Stereotypes are quick easy ways that give audiences a quick, similar understanding of a person or group of people usually involving their, ethnicity, class, race, gender, sexual orientation, social role or occupation. Nowadays no one is safe from stereotypes even today's youth is suffering from it. Through movies and TV shows teens are perceived as people who only care about two things money and sex. While flipping through the channels one might notice all the programming shown is directing toward teens. Even the news has stereotyped teens by making a public perception that youth crime is on the rise, or out of control. Teens are also targeted in advertising by having other teens pose as people that are perfect.

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This section contains 558 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)
Purchase our Student Essay on Media Stereotypes
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