Is TV Too white?
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http://www.census.gov...] so a realistic representation of our society would show more whites as opposed to non-whites. If any race is portrayed "too much" on something with little bearing on economic, social and political life, what does it matter?
This argument has not been laid out very well, nor have the terms within it been defined, I do not believe any race is "too" whatever. Television, media, and art are created by the people who make them how they choose to create them. If an artist only wants to paint blacks, so be it, if they only choose to paint only whites, let it be. Television is created as people choose to create it"therefore I do not believe anything can be misrepresented in an area where such things do not apply. This is similar to walking into a random bar and expecting each demographic to be accurately represented and counted for as it would in our country as a whole.
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Vote Placed by Wylted 2 years ago
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