Gender Stereotypes

1- Read the attached article, “Gender Representations on Disney Channel, Cartoon Network, and Nickelodeon Broadcasts in the United States,” by
Hentges and Case-
httpSIIIDD2-uhd-edu/bbc swebdav/pid-46791 3-dt-c ontent-rid-31 35646_1/courseS/201 83030680/Gender%20 Representations%2oAr1icIe-pdf

2- Watch 2 cartoons or live-action television programs for young children (examples: Power Puff Girls, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Dora the Explorer,
Goldie and the Bear, SpongeBob Squarepants, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Austin and Ally, Liv and Maddie; shows must not be more than 5 years
old)- Select programs from the Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, or Cartoon Network-

What 2 shows did you watch?
Describe how males and females were represented on your shows- View the criteria listed in Table 1 and 2 in the article, and describe your
characters based on these behaviors and traits- Were any characters portrayed in gender-stereotyped roles? Were males and females equally
represented in exciting plot activities? Were the behaviors, attitudes, and characteristics of male and female characters strongly gender
stereotyped?
Directly relate the characters, actions, or situations on your shows to the article’s hypotheses and findings; do your shows match their findings? If
so, how? If they differ, please explain-
Use the article and the textbook to explain how these media depictions may influence young children’s gender typing, perceptions, and behaviors-

 

 

 

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