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Harley Davidson Cultural impact of media on women
Journalism & Communication
Pages 7 (1757 words)
Harley Davidson: Cultural Impact of Media on Women Name University Professor Course Date Harley Davidson: Cultural Impact of Media on Women Background Media have always produced significant effects upon the behavior and lives of people. Various media have been used to express what people think and feel as those serve as lines for communication.
People are easily updated with the happenings around them through those media as writers, bloggers, newscasters and columnists relay the information to the viewers. Sometimes those relayed information may not be the whole truth at all as sometimes works of fiction do affect the rituals and culture of people. Massive influence may be achieved through mass media and sometimes those become the avenue for negativities in the society to flourish. The widespread of the influence of the negative practices in the society may be attributed to the media that may be intentional or unintentional. It is considered as intentional when people truly want to influence others with their deeds and beliefs that may pose risks and hazards to the society and considered as crimes. Other activities that may be seen in media but are not considered crimes but may challenge the border that separates the morally acceptable beliefs and immoral ones. The cases that may arise from mass media that are in the boundary of right and wrong are the issues of gender and sexuality, abortion, euthanasia, divorce, no religious affiliation, and roles in the society. In particular, the paper will talk about the effects of media to the lives of women especially in the cultural aspect. ...
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