This written assignment should be typed, double-spaced, using a 12-point Times New Roman font and 1-inch margins. Due May 5, 2020 at 8pm Eastern Time. ATTACHED IS A LIST OF APPORVED MOVIES. MUST WRITE THE ASSIGNMENT ON ONE OF THE PAPERS ON THE LIST. NO ACCEPTIONS.
Write a 4-5 page critical evaluation on whether the sexuality issue/s portrayed in the film was accurately depicted in the character. You must use reliable research on the sexuality topic portrayed in the film so that you are prepared to say whether the viewer would be misinformed or informed properly about the sexuality issues portrayed in the film. Cite any research used (minimum 3 sources)
The paper must include the following: 1. What was the sexual content/messages of the movie? 2. Was the content/messages stereotypical of our culture and if so, how? 3. Do you think it was an accurate portrayal of sexuality in our culture? Why or why not? A minimum of 5 examples of correct or inaccurate depictions (comparisons) must be included in the paper. 4. Would you change this movie in any way to better portray this sexuality issue? 5. What implicit and explicit messages does this movie contain about sex and sexuality? What do you think about these messages? Are they positive or negative?
This assignment will help you examine popular culture and movies to see how they shape our ideas about sexuality. Like television, films tend to depict sexual stereotypes and to adhere to mainstream sexual norms. Media educators Gross and Gerbner argue that the commercial structure of the mass media limits the opportunity for representing diverse characters. Too often networks and film companies shy away from portraying the multiple and diverse dimensions of sexuality for fear of alienating or offending advertisers, investors, and audiences
This assignment is to assess whether you are able to critically evaluate depictions of people’s sexual behaviors in feature films. Many motion pictures portray the diversity in human sexuality in inaccurate ways, leading to misunderstanding and heightened stigmatization of people who do not adhere to the mainstream sexual norms. Some movies, however, are lauded for dispelling stereotypes and providing accurate insight into human sexuality. Films, like any forms of media, have a powerful impact on how we view the sexuality of others and ourselves. Negative and or misinformed attitudes about sexuality leave people vulnerable to neglecting and understanding their own sexual needs and being judgmental of others. Providing accurate information can help correct fears, myths and misconceptions many people have about the diversity present in our society. Studies have shown that a combination of education and face-to-face interaction has a greater impact on changing attitudes than using either strategy in isolation.