The Impact of Movies on Society Argumentative Essay by ResearchRiter

The Impact of Movies on Society
An argument that films do not perpetuate stereotypes that have a negative impact on viewers and society.
# 124199 | 1,750 words | 18 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Sociology (Media and Society) , Film (General)


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This analysis provides a refutation argument of an article in "The Christian Science Monitor" that maintains films perpetuate stereotypes that have a negative impact on viewers and society. The argument uses a variety of film examples to disprove this argument.

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"The impact of movies on society is generally viewed to be negative by many critics of Hollywood film. One such critic is Gloria Goodale, film critic for "The Christian Science Monitor", who argues that ethnic and gender stereotypes in film surface regularly. Asian-American were unhappy with "Lost in Translation" which depicted the Japanese as sycophants, Arab groups objected to the images of dirty Arabs' in the Mummy films and African-American activities protested the lingo used by the Jar-Jar Binks character in..."

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