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Barriers and Boundaries of Latinos: Media Representations and Stereotypes
Journalism & Communication
Pages 11 (2761 words)
Barriers and Boundaries of Latinos: Media Representations and Stereotypes Name, Name December 8, 2011 Introduction Stereotypes within society continue to be a main proponent, specifically among groups of people which are highlighted for different actions, beliefs and attitudes.
The interests in creating the stereotypes as well as the different ways in which this is established works together in creating continuous propaganda about the Latino minority groups, despite what the realistic measures may be. The result is an alteration in perceptions which are created about Latinos, often which is negative and which also serves a different interest to those who have established the stereotype. Defining Propaganda Among Latinos The current ideologies that are occurring with Latinos have created a large amount of gained interest from the stereotypes which have already been created about Latinos. The terms of propaganda are based on continuous representations of Latinos which are seen in media, movies, TV, music, entertainment and within political circles. These establish an identity of what it means to be Latino and how the behaviors and actions should be if one belongs to this ethnic group. The representation is one which is not seen as objective and often pinpoints the identity of what one should be like if belonging to this particular group. It is now being pointed out that the racism and stereotypes that are created are more blatant than before and continue to represent the same identity in terms of the conventional identity that a Latino should carry (Gersh, 1993). ...
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