The Importance Of Media And Stereotypes

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Media and Stereotypes In the world we live in today, the world of judgments, the world of descriptions and images, the world where harmful stereotypes are conveyed through media. Stereotypes have first initiated when people started judging a whole nation or the majority according to the minority’s acts. It puts labels about how a person should act or live according to their gender, race, personality, and other facts. This could affect individuals who may possibly like different things or do different activities, but feel ashamed of doing so because of stereotypes. Moreover, stereotypes are the media predators that exist whether we’d like to admit it or not. We are all a subject to messages presented on the television, Internet, and publications. Stereotypes involve ethnic, racial, and even gender-based stereotypes. We cannot deny the fact that media stereotypes have influenced the way we think one way or another, and has implemented some thoughts that has left us doubtful towards their credibility. This is a crucial worldwide issue that affects many people around the world, yet a lot of people are not aware of. Stereotypes have a great impact on us in all its forms especially Arab stereotypes, racism stereotypes, and gender stereotypes. Stereotypes did not only affect certain people, but a vast majority of the Arab world itself. Arab stereotypes have initiated even before the bombing of 9/11, they have faced stereotypes about their religion and culture. Although

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