Racial, Cultural, And Gender Controversy

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With the dawn of a new era in the media, racial and gender controversy appears to still be a lead in the new millennium. From the newsroom, radio networks, video game corporations, and Hollywood the non-white stereotypes are still shaping the audiences view of minority groups in America. With the dependency of media, the content put out is now being intertwined into television networks made for kids. Racial, cultural, and gender self-esteem is developed during the childhood years, and television programming aside from educational and public broadcasting venues have failed to fulfill a socially responsible role in that regard (Wilson, Gutierrez, Chao, 2013). Consequently, historical events that have taken place in the U.S history have created a gateway for whites in the media to make bias opinions on minority groups based on encounters that have transpired throughout time. September 11th, 2001 has caused an ongoing epidemic of hate towards the Islamic nation even in the present date. The attack on the World Trade Center, caused the representation of the Middle East in the media to...

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