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Unit 5 1 Unit 5: Television - Project Unit 5: Television – Project Katrina Manning Kaplan University
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Unit 5 2 Unit 5: Television – Project 1. Are representations of minorities on television accurate? Do television broadcasters have an ethical responsibility in the way they portray different cultural groups? The representations of minorities on television are accurate because the day in age we live in represent them as an equal and not a minority. Television broadcasters have an ethical responsibility in the way they portray different cultural groups because following the specific culture being represented on at the time should be kept into consideration. Showing the viewer in a way they would understand is a good angle to go by but they should be conscious of not changing the view of the culture and show the actual culture. Explanation is a key factor in doing this. 2. Is TV harmful or beneficial for children? What considerations should TV broadcasters play when dealing with children as a potential audience?
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2011 for the course CM 105 taught by Professor Klipsch during the Spring '09 term at Kaplan University.

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