Media Stereotypes

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In the United States, no matter what age, gender, race, or religion someone is, they acquires news about what’s going on in our world. Whether it’s through social media, television, or a good old newspaper, people nowadays are more aware of what’s going on around them. However, humans tend to make assumptions without reading the whole article, watching the full length of the newscast , or discovering where the information came from. As a matter of fact, a study done at the American Press Institute in 2014 regarding the amount of trust people have in media showed that 43% of Americans completely trust , 44% somewhat trust, and 13% do not trust the information at all. Keeping that in mind, the media’s job is to deliver news in a way that keeps

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