Sex Lies Gloria Steinem Analysis

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Steinem, Gloria. ‘‘Sex, Lies, and Advertisting’’ Signs of Life in the U.S.A.: Readings on Popular Culture for Writers. Ed. Sonia Maasik and Jack Solomon. Boston: Bedford, 1994. 249-269. Print. Gloria Steinem is best known as a leader in transforming the image of women in American. Within this article, where she discuss the issue of voicing women’s opinion in ad. She argue how men belittle women’s intelligent and knowledge of many things. Ms. Steinem objective towards writing this article was the show her audience how far women have come in terms of having a say in what they would like to see in magazine geared towards woman. This article language was anything but biased. Because Ms. Steinem provided within her article how this situation wouldn’t be exclusive to only women. Let’s put in postion a youth who is thought to know nothing but what the media provide him/her. One the contrary, the youth’s will turn to materials that interest them. And that was a main concern Ms. Steinem had during the 1900s. Consuming Passions. ‘‘The Culture of American Consumption’’ Signs of Life in the U.S.A.: Readings on Popular Culture for Writers. Ed. Sonia Maasik and Jack Solomon. Boston: Bedford, 1994. 81-88. Print. Consuming Passions is the introduction to chapter 1, where they…show more content…
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