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Celebrity Divorce Speculation Syndrome

How the separation of Anna Faris and Chris Pratt made me re-evaluate my celebrity-obsessed lifestyle.

After clicking on my daily guilty-pleasure app “TMZ,” I made an audible gasp when I saw that Anna Faris and Chris Pratt were separating. 470 more words

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Boosie Badazz - Modern Dad or Inspiring Future Daddy Issues?

“If you don’t think kids r sexually active at 14 you better wake up it’s 2017.”

Boosie Badazz was like any ol’ dad setting up his son’s 14th birthday party. 520 more words

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Stereotypical image in TV and movies

One of the most important types of schemes used for orientation in the social environment are the stereotypes, representing the opinions among members of a certain group about the other groups. 247 more words

Stereotype Trope in Media: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (Truth)

First thing first, context on stereotype; what it is and how are we, the public are expose to it. Stereotype is an oversimplified general idea of a particular subject (people, job, animal, etc.) that is usually widely shared among the people. 534 more words

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THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY STEREOTYPES - Week 4 Journal

Almost everything can cause harm. It’s just that people will only care about it if the harm is affecting a lot of people and outweighs the good it brings. 291 more words

Woman Crush Every day: Jenji Kohan

When the term “feminism” inspires both bouts of liberated fists in the air to cringe-worthy self-conscious anxiety, Jenji Kohan produces content that dictates a clear and relatable definition for this sticky three-syllable juggernaut. 470 more words

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The Presentation That Never Ends (& How We Grade It)

“Picture a situation where you had to make a decision and what lead you to make it; then think of a value you were representing when you made that decision,” was what Kate told us (well not those exact words, I paraphrased from memory) to do in our first Advanced Seminar of Media and Communications class. 622 more words

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