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In addition to this, only 16% are writers, directors, producers, cinematographers and editors. Patriarchy has played a big role about women representation. This paper is going to analyze the power of the media. The paper further analyzes the effects of the negative identity created by the media on the female fraternity hence affecting their roles in the society. The media has been used to portray a negative effect about women and this has further influenced their roles and positions in the world. This is because you can’t be what you can’t see.
‘The media is the message and the messenger’ these were the opening remarks in this documentary by Pat Mitchell who is the president and CEO of Paley Center for Media. The author of The Macho Paradox Jackson Katz argues that people learn a lot from the media that in any other source. On the other hand Jim Steyer the CEO of Common sense Media argues that the media is delivering the content that is shaping our society. Even though women make 51% of the total US population the number that makes it to elite positions in the US is very minimal. The media is to blame for this. The media makes and delivers the news and for this reason most of the things we watch and see is as a result of the trends liked by the media. The media has portrayed the males as dominant over the females. Patriarchy is evident and the female identity has been blurred. Nude pictures are used all over as a way of attraction. The director of this film reveals that despite the 51% female population only 17 comprises the congress. To prove that patriarchy is evident the first woman made it in the congress during the 2010 mid-term elections since 1979.
Most of the youths are spending most of their times in the media especially through the social sites and they learn a lot from the media which shapes their lives. More especially, the girls are getting the message from a tender age just by watching
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Human emotions seem to be unknown to Miss Brill. The protagonist seems to be from the other planet in terms of her psychological workings of mind and way of her surrounding perception. A number of characteristics of Miss Brill like talking to oneself indicate that the protagonist is somewhat ‘unhealthy’ perception of reality and herself.
The assumption of this creation is that these films exist outside of the controlling influences of the established institutional structure and thus are more able to question the established social hierarchies. However, there is something of a misnomer in this assumption in that many of these feature films are actually produced or distributed by smaller subsidiaries of the larger houses, enabling them to be created with smaller budgets, are given lower budget marketing campaigns and smaller releases.
Not a single woman was presented in a dignified manner. No one of the women was in decent costumes. Not a single woman was shown representing the intellectual status of a woman. No one was shown as handling a high profiled position in the office, but all of them are just sex-dolls with minimum dress on their bodies, half naked.
The picture maybe true to what had actually happened or it may deviate from the truth to form a false image in the the eye of the mental model. A mental model is a kind of mental symbol or minds way of representing
I have selected nine categories of death representation in movies (horror movies; movies about war; disease as the reason for death; suicide; capital punishment; grief and sorrow; action adventure; disaster; the After Life) and two main categories of books about death (Flora and Fauna and Social relations).
Whether media has an agenda or not? Famous personalities like Condoleezza Rice, Lisa King and Nancy Pelosi have been interviewed in this documentary. Many questions of provocative nature have been posed to these celebrities to leave the conclusion to the
at women have not just been considered as a subject on the level of modeling but also at the serious level of political representation (Newsom, 2011).
The discussion of women representation within the context of capitalism has been done by reflecting on video games industry