After reading this article, it talks about how the media portrays minorities and how that affects the view of what minorities in low income areas are really like. It talks about how the media primarily and purposely focuses on minorities and creates the images to viewers about what a criminal looks like and where criminals are more likely to be found. As stated in the article, minorities are shown in news restrained and escorted by authorities while white people are next to the lawyer. Also media always target areas of lower income and focuses on the crimes of the minorities that occur there, depicting to the general public that these people are dangerous, meaning blacks in urban environments. This reflects onto Emile Durkheim “What is a Social Fact”. What do the general public know as facts and what is actually stereotypes being pushed in to them. What we know as one form of learning and discovering, the news, can be such a biased and manipulated form of media, what can one take in from it to be actual facts. When presented with new media, do people not automatically make assumptions or stereotypes right away because constantly being fed with these images of what is suppose to be a criminal and where they are to happen, one can not see pass it and creates the same stereotype. The medias influence on what is viewed as news and facts creates these stereotypes or further perpetuates them and society wont be able to move pass these stereotypes.
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