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Heteronormativity and Race in the media.docx

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Department
Health Sciences
Course
HSCI 1120
Professor
C.Stewart
Semester
Winter

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Heteronormativity and Race in the media Heteronormativity  Lifestyle norms that hold that people fall into distinct and complementary genders (man and women) with natural roles in life Race in the media  Ethnic hierarchy with different sex drives defining each ethnicity/race  Black women are the most poorly represented in the media and in pornography  Portrayal of race in pornography “Othering”  Anthropological term which means the study of mankind  Marking and naming those considered different from oneself  Theoretical framework for analyzing how we engage with others, those
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