Gender and Race in Mass Media
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This paper describes the dysfunction in mass media in Canada, focusing on three articles that describe the influence of U.S. media on Canadian media. Additionally, the paper considers the negative portrayal of African-Americans and women. Recommendations are made that the Canadian media has a responsibility to uphold the sanctity of Canadian identity by maintaining a standard befitting the nation as a whole.
From the Paper:"Culture is the soul of any country, as it reflects the beliefs, convictions, and perceptions of a society. Canadian culture is one of the most diverse in the world. It is home to numerous Aboriginal and Inuit peoples and descendents of European settlers, and encompasses the artistic, musical, literary, culinary, political, and social elements..."
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