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    Before taking this class, my understanding between each individual and the whole society is that every individuals as the gear are connected together to become a society like a machine. That is, human beings build the society. However, the class gave me bigger view of the relationship between the people and the society. Discussing about the relationship between me and the broader social world is based on how all human beings and the broader social world effect together. Thus, I am going to show my

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    important element, the presence of the female gaze, where these occurs the subjection of the new performances of masculinity. Along with this shift across the construction of masculinity, it is inherent that it affects the realisation of male objectification and the female gaze. Verily, the argument could extend to suggest that unless the prevalent heterosexual masculinity associates itself beyond the stereotypical gender roles, the female appropriation of the gaze is impossible. Employing Baird's

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    There is not one song in Wiz Khalifa’s music that has no swear words. Not one of his collective 409 songs are completely clean with no drug references or profanity. Anyone who listens to Khalifa’s music is exposed to these, no matter what the song they may choose to listen to. After examining parent guides, the ideas, language and meanings behind the songs of the artists, Wiz Khalifa, Kid Cudi and G-Eazy, It can be concluded that Wiz Khalifa has the worst influence in message and language. Based

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    structure, the large stone/concrete walls and small windows kept the real... ... middle of paper ... ...to guide its movements. It is not the Panopticon itself which has degraded women, but rather, the people who have caused this through their objectification of women. By using it as a means of implementing their ideology, the people have transformed the Panopticon from a mere tool into a mirror of its time. Works Cited Foucault, Michel. “Discipline and Punish.” Literary Theory: An Anthology-Second

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    lips” to their “honey-sweet breath” seems dedicated to portraying Jonathan’s “burning desire” towards them, and Stoker’s choice of language in Jonathan’s narrative clearly depicts the fervent salaciousness with which Jonathan perceives them. This objectification of Dracula’s wives continues throughout the novel right up until their deaths, where they continue to be described as “exquisitely beautiful”. The deaths themselves seem to be quite systematic and mechanica... ... middle of paper ... ...ollowing

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    One of the major sources of inequalities experienced for generations is gender inequality, which has perpetuated, but adapted socially and culturally, into the present twenty-first century (Ridgeway, 2011). Television (TV) essentially adopted a large role in administrating and promoting these social inequalities, and therefore it is important to assess whether or not there has been progress throughout the decades. The United States (US) is the national context focus, and the primary decades assessed

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    States, women are universally experiencing misogyny and pressure to conform to the ideals of hegemonic femininity. This experience for women is in part due to the acceptance of controlling images such as stereotypical gender roles and sexual objectification in the media and other broadcasting outlets. On the opposite side, men are also experiencing the stress and pressure of conforming to the ideals of hegemonic masculinity. The media is thus creating a vicious cycle of rhetoric and images persuading

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    The media is the prime influence in the creation of rape culture, it spreads rape myths like a fire in a dry forest; much like a forest fire, it becomes out of control quickly, and the hatred and hostility bred in those subscribing to rape culture can cause detrimental results to the victims of sexual abuse and rape. Meyer (2010.) conducted a study using The Daily Mail's opinion column to determine how likely it is for people to hold rape myths in a high regard. In her study, she found that many

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    it is important to question whether censorship would have any substantial impact on our already misogynistic society, and whether it would actually stop the production of sexist music. Gangsta rap normalises misogyny by glorifying the sexual objectification and abuse of women. (Mackinnon, 1993). The use of offensive terms such as ‘bitch’ were once severely frowned upon, but have now become part of everyday language. (Schneider, 2011, pg 45). Popular rapper Eminem makes reference to women as “vile

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    Globalization and feminist discourse: Re-thinking gender in cyber-space. The recent development of cyberspace became key to the process of globalization and the subsequent re-evaluation of various cultural aspects of society. The effect of this was articulated by one of the critics who suggested: “The “virtual” qualities of Internet have [...] expanded this picture of globalization in quite dramatic ways. When the term “virtual” is used in this context, it refers to the social spaces that ICTs

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