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Group Ass. #2 - The genderized messages displayed in the...

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The genderized messages displayed in the New Era portrayed the girls as being equals to the boys in height, facial expression, body language,clothing, and activity. Boys and girls were placed side by side in many of the images, yet it was in a friendly manner, not a sexual one. There were no images of girls in any suggestive poses, and there was absolutely no physical contact between males and females that would suggest a dating relationship, yet both sexes had a shining countenance that suggested happiness. The dress of both male and female is very modest, moderate, and non-worldly. For example, one photograph displays two girls and one boy standing in a wheat field in a very natural pose. All three of the subjects are wearing solid colored, collared dress shirts and slacks. The clothes are not form fitting in any way and there seems to be no extra digital modifications to the photograph. The boy and one of the girls are photographed wearing glasses, an object that made seem “uncool” to the teenage world. The
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2011 for the course SFL 210 taught by Professor Neilson during the Winter '09 term at BYU.

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