Unformatted text preview: among the advertisements as well as differences. 3. How do gender stereotypes vary by race, ethnicity, and social class? (If you had difficulty finding a diverse collection of photographs, you might want to comment on this fact.) 4. How do men and women interact in these advertisements? Comment on factors such as touch, images of strength, dominance, sexuality, etc. 5. What cues, if any, are present about sexual orientation? Describe. 6. Reverse the positions of men and women in each advertisement. Do the messages about gender change? If so, how? 7. What conclusions can you draw about how men and women are depicted in the media? How might these images relate to the development and maintenance of gender stereotypes?...
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2010 for the course PSYCH 235 taught by Professor Caruso during the Spring '09 term at CUNY Hunter.
- Spring '09