Essay On Media Bias

Media bias is an unavoidable aspect of any information spreading source or program. Much like the saying “history is written by the victors” (Winston Churchill), any information provided to the general public should be expected to be affected by the personal bias of the ones reporting the information. While it may be hard to spot … Read more

Euphemism In George Orwell’s Writings Essay

Language plays an important role for political debates and government decisions. Information is often misrepresented to gain the favor of the populous. This is evident in Orwell’s writing and in the “Hackvists” documentary, often during the course of Knappenberger’s documentary it is shown that euphemisms can greatly mislead and disrupt events in society. Orwell expresses … Read more

Not Another Teen Film Analysis Essay

Explore how young people are represented in teen-orientated comedies, how does this representation set a “social norm” for teenagers in the real world? Teen comedies, such as “Superbad” and “Not Another Teen Movie”, present the audience with a stereotypical representation of characters that exist within the “teen world”. The representation of these characters is usually … Read more

Gender Stereotypes In Media Essay

Stereotypes are evident throughout all forms of media. Television shows and movies in particular use stereotypes to eliminate the details of a character, this allows the audience to know them without needing to spend vast amounts of time developing the character. However, stereotypes often create characters that poke fun or marginalize the group the stereotype … Read more