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Blog 7: Gender Wars in the Media

BY SARAH BARONOWSKI

When it comes to gender representation in the media, a glass ceiling arguably remains in place.

Women are both underrepresented in the media workforce and are stereotypically portrayed or criticised based on their gender across all media platforms. 609 more words

Chapter 3: The representation of the female form

“an act of consumption that seeks to satisfy the ego’s insatiable desire to become the other by devouring it whole…”

The above creepy quote is taken from… 1,257 more words

Feminism For Dummies

Social Media Design for Vice

I completed this assignment in April, 2017 at The University of Sydney which involved designing social media strategy for a company of my choice. The insight gained was that Vice’s content under represents women and this strategy has been designed to combat just that. 12 more words

Creativity

British Female Identity - conclusion

In conclusion, with the rise of media British women are more likely to construct their female identity and to contribute to the British identity. After analyzing the presented contrastive constructed British female identities of Emma Watson and Zoella one can conclude that despite criticism of mass media well-known female social influencers try to construct their female identity by means of social media. 245 more words

Women In The Media

The Image of Zoella in the Media

Social media has become a new source for individuals to communicate and to express themselves. It allows “individuals in society to find a way to become connected in society” (Lin 570). 724 more words

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Emma Watson's Media Representation

The impact of digital media influences the exposure of well-known personalities and allows these personalities to present a new positive role model. Source: http://celebmix.com/emma-watson-turns-twenty-six/

The British actress Emma Watson is best known for her role as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter saga, but her social engagement today exceeds her acting roles. 550 more words

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