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The Metrosexual Man and The Strong, Black Father: Investigating the Role Masculinity Plays in Defining Social Relations between Black and White Men
I conducted a quantitative content analysis of men in the advertisements of two different lifestyle magazines, Esquire and Ebony, from 2006 to 2013, in order to explore how masculinity is a socially constructed concept, ...
MEDIA EFFECTS ON DIVORCE ATTITUDES: Breaking the Taboo
The taboo associated with divorce has decreased among young adults. What was once a silent issue has become a more casual topic of discussion, with some discourse transcending onto social media sites. Research has shown ...
Fairer, Not Equal: Elite Professional Female Athletes And Women's Sports Media Coverage
Objective: This study examines the perceptions held by elite professional female athletes in regards to the media coverage of women’s sports and explores how these athletes view themselves as members of society. Method: ...
The Human Show: A Study into Cultivation, Perceptions, and Politics
To determine the cultivation effects on the variables of recency, frequency, and vivid memories, this study examines the effects of political drama entertainment television on viewers' political perceptions and aids to the ...
DEPICTING THE OTHER: IRANIAN AND AMERICAN MEDIA COVERAGE OF THE 2014 GAZA WAR
In delivering news worldwide, mass media uses narrative techniques to create unique themes of interest. The frames used by mass media are vital in organizing concepts that are also in line with hegemonic political interests ...