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9/26/17 COMM348#5: Movie —  Tough Guise 2 violence is a  kid s problem -blames it on violent video games, TV, and movies -dominant ideologies work linguistically to create an image about a dominant group -we focus on subordinate groups because dominant groups work in masculinity -when we talk about men, it is less about their identity and more about their genes (i.e.  testosterone, gender difference, let boys be boys) -men s violence is somewhat inevitable -blinds us to the fundamental role that culture plays for us -government officials have been arguing that we need to look into violence in culture and violence in the real world -became a debate between defenders of the gun agency and defenders of the  entertainment industry  each were blaming each other; but both parts have been mutually re- inforcing cultural violence  -represent a type of violent masculinity; we are talking about what the culture  teaches boys about how to be a man
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