Portrayal of Female Behavior in Media and Society
An analysis of the changing role and perception of female behavior in society and how this is being portrayed by the media.
# 112447 | 2,406 words | 7 sources | APA | 2009 |
Published on Feb 24, 2009 in Communication (Mass Media) , Gender and Sexuality (Theories of Gender) , Women Studies (Women and Society)
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This paper discusses the representation of female behavior in the media and society. It describes how the perceived role of women in society has changed over time and how these roles are being portrayed in the media today. The paper finally looks at what these depictions teach those people for whom identity is yet to be determined, such as young children.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Adams, N. G. (2005, Spring). Growing Up Female. NWSA Journal , 206(6).
- Clark, T. (2008, March 24). Let's Misbehave. Multichannel News , p. 14.
- Mantilla, K. (2003, Aug-Sept). Boys Girls will be Boys. Off Our Backs , 48(8).
- Moss, L. (2007, June 25). The Good Fight. Multichannel News , 28 (26), p. 20.
- Skarloff, S. (2007, Summer). A Woman's World: Fresher Salads? No More War? A Look at our Feminine Future. The Wilson Quarterly , p. 63(4).
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