The Baseline Stereotypes of Women in Media

The Baseline Stereotypes of Women in Media

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“Baseline” Stereotype
The Film Industries Changing Formula

     Stereotyping, with its complexity and depth is cataloged throughout the history of film. Pop Culture shifts are in constant flux and can be time-lined to historical moments of previous transformations within our cultures expanded views on equal rights. These cultural shifts directly influence how representations of human…

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Built to Last..PBS Sets the Constitution Straight

The video Episode IV – Built to last, Hinck,T., & Buchanan(2013) describes how flexible and adaptable the language of the Constitution is and the Framers did this so a timeless guideline could be applied when handling political issues.

Episode IV - Built to last [Series episode]. In Constitution USA with Peter Sagal. Retrieved from http://www.pbs.org/tpt/constitution-usa-peter-sagal

Our founding Fathers designed the United States Constitution with an intricate system of checks and balances  to limit powers of any one branch of government. This separation of powers into distinct branches of government is what makes our government work. The Framers built it in the constitution so that one branch could prevent another from tyrannizing the majority(Levin-Waldman, 2012, section…

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Should Elderly steal the Youth’s Job Opportunities?

Ethical Theories


The notion the older workers are taking younger generations jobs has been a topic of debate for many years now. Considering the ethical perspective of Utilitarianism we must also discuss the organizations and companies in which these jobs reside. Utilitarianism is a predominate concept within ethics and is well aligned with economics and the free-market outlook(Coleman,2014). Often this theory…

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