Hi, I need help Identifying an example of news coverage that sterotypes a group of people and
a) define the stereotype
b) explain how the coverage perpetuates the stereotype?

Any suggestions that I can use?

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asked by Blaze
  1. Here are several examples.

  2. I cant help to see what comes to mind in the Governor of New Jersey...and the bridge closing.

    Some of the news coverage is showing the governor as a fat, rich, white guy who likes to bully others.

    Do you see a sterotype: Republicans are old white men who bully others.

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  3. Thank you very much, Mr. Pursley and Ms.Sue :)

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    posted by Blaze
  4. You're welcome.

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