August 19, 2014
NKU Competition, Gender, & Mass Media
Honestly when I agreed to this class at the end of last year I used to be kind of pumped up about it. While i heard the name of the class I think it would be very interesting and give me a new point of view on the universe and my place in it. In my opinion, this category will be about how the media portrays the genders and races worldwide; how the advertising we see inside our everyday lives affect the approach we begin them. I want to think that I know somewhat about this subject already. I watch the news and try to stay up to date about current events. I know regarding the rioting in Ferguson and I think I have basic familiarity with why it's happening. The media performs a huge component in what the public sees thus unless were actually there we can't say for sure the whole circumstance. In this class I hope to find out a lot more about how exactly the multimedia can block the truth during these circumstances. I also hope to learn more about how the media shows genders. I realize it has a lot to do with gender roles, white-colored men are noticed as even more dominant. We also know that women are certainly not looked upon since equals also in 2014. The media shows women as dependent upon men when ever in fact which is not true. There are several independent and thriving females in today's contemporary society. Women aren't as highly regarded as men and they are often times paid less, offered less benefits, and discriminated because " they can be womenвЂќ. I understand that in America and a lot of the world we are a society of rape lifestyle. Women happen to be taught not to dress certain ways and also to learn to defend themselves when men are generally not taught anything at all on the subject. I've seen afeitado jokes upon social media more often than once and won't be able to begin to discover why someone would think that something and so serious is a joke. It blows my mind that women can be rejected education because they are showing their particular shoulders. Just how can that be important than education and why are boys not penalized for...