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  • YES!!! It does

    In lots of movies, people stereotype other people. For example in 'Mean Girls' they stereotype fat peoplez, skinny peoplez, jocks, nerds and even the popular girls. Words words words. Spam spam spam. Words words words. Spam spam spam. TOO MANY WORDS!!! I. HATE. WRITING!!! Words words words. Spam spam spam... Finally...

  • The Media Does Influence Stereotypes

    Looking at this debate from a television perspective, can you name a female protagonist? Or a person of asian decent that is not stereotyped as a "nerd" on tv? These are some of the few stereotypes that are embedded in our brains from when we are little from television. Stereotyping can be very lethal and damaging to a person and by changing the way television shows perceive different genders, ages, races, sexuality and classes our future generation will never learn otherwise.

  • The media influences stereotypes.

    The reason the media influences stereotypes is because they want to grab the viewers attention as much as possible. They want you to think that these certain people are a certain way so that their story is much juicier. Whenever they create a headline, and the person happens to be of a race separate from white, they always seem to mention this black, hispanic, or even jewish male/female.

  • Media Influences Stereotypes

    I believe media can and does influence stereotypes. It is hard to find truly unbiased news articles and news reporters in America. Reporters often go after a story and report based on common standards and stereotypes without even realizing they are doing it. This has been seen in reports on welfare, those typically receiving benefits are pictured as African American or Hispanic, however, the majority of Americans on welfare are actually white.

  • The Media is at the will of the viewer.

    The Media such as News Shows is almost required to show stereotypes. For example, a given news organization gets two different crime stories but only has enough air time to report on one. One is about a black criminal and the other about a white criminal. If the news organization is located in area where the majority of viewers are white, they will most likely air the story on the black criminal because their viewers would better respond to this than the story of the white criminal because they would identify with the white criminal and would feel guilt. Therefore they would turn the channel and the news organization would loose views and then money because they count on popularity just like a regular television show. The media is almost forced to perpetuate stereotypes because of its viewers.

  • The Media is at the will of the viewer.

    The Media such as News Shows is almost required to show stereotypes. For example, a given news organization gets two different crime stories but only has enough air time to report on one. One is about a black criminal and the other about a white criminal. If the news organization is located in area where the majority of viewers are white, they will most likely air the story on the black criminal because their viewers would better respond to this than the story of the white criminal because they would identify with the white criminal and would feel guilt. Therefore they would turn the channel and the news organization would loose views and then money because they count on popularity just like a regular television show. The media is almost forced to perpetuate stereotypes because of its viewers.


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