Jul 28, 2017

did you find the article helpful or not for your research project and why or why not?

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Racial and Media Stereotyping in Society


As you read each of your four sources, make sure to record all the necessary information about the source, name of the journal, book, database, publication and retrieval date and page numbers using the Bedford Bibliographer. For this part of the assignment, you will create a Works Cited page, References page or Bibliography of your four sources in the format used by your major (MLA or APA). Generally, students in the Humanities will use MLA and a Works Cited page, and Social Science/CJ/Nursing majors will use APA and a References page. Required elements: 1.A Works Cited/References page of at least four (4) sources 2.Two sources must be from professional journals and one of these two sources must be from a peer reviewed journal 3.Each source must be followed by a one paragraph summary of the article and then a one or two sentence evaluation of the article, i.e. did you find the article helpful or not for your research project and why or why not?

Racial and Media Stereotyping in Society Name:Institution Stereotypes and stereotyping is as old as mankind’s culture itself. They are perceptions/ ways of perceiving that reflect the ideas that a group or groups of people hold regarding others. More often, stereotypes are expressed in characterizing phrases that express notions that people have concerning the dignity, personality or character traits of people who are different from them, leading to negative racial attitudes. Similarly, stereotypes are informed by cultural biasness, experiences or group differences. This paper provides an annotation of published articles about stereotyping and its dangers. Butsch, R. (2001). Class and Audience Effects: A History of Research on Movies, Radio and Television. Journal of Popular Film & Television, 29 (3) pp 112-120. The article examines how the media promotes racial stereotypes. In the media industry, stereotypes act as codes that provide a quick shared understanding of a group of people, in terms of their religion, ethnicity or race, socio-economical class, sexuality, gender or occupation. The article is he...

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