Reality TV: Gender Stereotypes Of Men And Women

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Without a doubt, reality TV is degrading and exploiting ethnic cultures, and minorities, most commonly African American men & woman. In the article Cline states that’s, in today’s reality TV “you have the aforementioned Evil Black woman with an attitude, or sometimes Black Man with an attitude”. This allows an increase in racial stereotypes against African American men and woman, for example MSNBC also states that reality TV thrives on and also relies on the growing stereotypes of these groups of people, which ethically, should not be acceptable. Whether viewers know or not that this is happening, reality television is making it culturally acceptable for viewers to create biased perception of black men and woman because that’s how their being

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