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JREM 466: 1/21/2016 Communicating ideology: education, family, religion, govt, business, media: through the accumulation of images and ideas over time and space. What is the ideology reflected in the commentary by CNBC reporter Rick Santelli? what’s his worldview? popular opinion: capitalistic ideology, darwinistic view of society: it’s all on you individualist ideology Does ideology reflect biological truths? Superbowl Commercials: ideology of freedom and America. Ameritocracy! Ideology(worldview)making judgements and issues about people American Exceptionalism: positive interpretation: U.S. has “manifest destiny”; global example of democracy, social mobility. U.S. is good(moral) and great(power). Critical interpretation: “U.S. is exceptional for materialism, tolerance of internal social problems, extremes of poverty of wealth Communiction is purposive:How does the superbowl embody america? Stereotypes and Ideology: Stereotypes stem from ideology Stereotypes of the poor: smelly, lesser than, uneducated, lesser in importance, dangerous, homeless. individualistic ideology: justifies the stereotype of poor pople as lazy, unintelligent..etc. dominant ideology: supports the status quo what does the rags to riches ideology perpetuate: anyone can do it, make it to the top! four ways of depicting the poor: faceless statistics, making bad decisions, 2 more( find them) How do critical scholars define class? power, knowledge Karl Marx: capitalism creates two class: bourgeois(rich), proletariat( working class) “Capitalism contains the seeds of its own destruction” Alination→Class consiousness “Why do people consent totheir own domination?” industrial revolution: capitalism before reforms, great disparity in wealth distribution
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