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What Does the Media Teach Us About Gender?:

What Does the Media Teach Us About Gender? Kyle Herman Sociology 100 June 2012

Gender stereotypes are defined as one-sided images of men and women which are deployed repeatedly in everyday life. They are found commonly in the mass media because they operate as a widely understood shorthand. Sociologists often see stereotyping as part of the process by which children are socialized into sex roles and by which adults and children are denied opportunities for more individually varied development.:

Gender stereotypes are defined as one-sided images of men and women which are deployed repeatedly in everyday life. They are found commonly in the mass media because they operate as a widely understood shorthand. Sociologists often see stereotyping as part of the process by which children are socialized into sex roles and by which adults and children are denied opportunities for more individually varied development . http://www.fotosearch.com/results.asp?exp=1&keyword=gender+stereotypes

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