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Do the media cause violence, or do the media reflect the violence in o

Do the media cause violence, or do the media reflect the violence in o

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School: University of Utah
Department: Sociology
Course: Gender & Sexuality
Professor: Natalie blanton
Term: Spring 2018
Tags: sociology
Cost: 50
Name: Gender & Sexuality Study Guide Quiz 3
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than ever before - women feel as though they are

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pornography today is so seamlessly integrated into popular culture that embarrassment or surreptitiousness

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51 people were interviewed

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info about sexual anatomy

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Stereotype or Success minority groups are often marginalized in society. This is why researchers are interested in the way a group is portrayed in mass media

According to Gross & Gerbner

- People who watch large amounts

of TV are more likely to be

Stereotypical - light TV users are less likely

to be stereotypical - TV influences the opinion of

individuals (No matter thir

demographic - This is called mainstreaming

effect"

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young homosexual teens are not on yet because of this aof earts

ne most look to Won how

they should act based on the potrayal of homo -

sexuals in the media e They find stereotypical characters to model them selves many may be negative & Stereotypical.

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ese groups are shown

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researchers suggest that bisexual characters are rarely depicted because it could cause confusion brow

5 episodes of nine TV show's were video taped to be analyzed. Only comedly 3 drama were evaluated

In 2ool nine shows were recorded over 6 weeks

- The content was analyzed for

Variables related to the characters I gender, race, sexual orientation

# of homosexual Jokes, # of times

that character engaged in affection)

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- the variables were defined

before the tapes were viewed

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) Study

Results

-62 characters were reviewed 32 male (31.6%) 30 female (48.4%)

a gay, lesbian or bisexual (17.3%) 80:6 is the ratio of Television Shows compared to shows that

depict gay Lesbian 2 bisexual

groups - ay male & lesbian characters

were subject of ridicole but more by their own Jokes than that of a heterosexual

charater,

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Gay males a lesbians are recieving some representation on TV b olo bisexual characters are non-existant

They are considered more esco a contraversal & confusing a The intensity of displays of affection

for gaymen Ą lesbians were significantly different compared to heterosexual characters. Orsa Ravena enin loose

- they are limited to non

Sexual displays in aft of botos romantic relationship.

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a weakness in the study is how many videos were viewed. A greater sample could improve the study

- - only major networks

were observed -researchers should distingish

between the different gennes of the shaos being viewed

additional research needs to be conducted to further understand how these minority groups are being Stereotyped.

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