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Bruce Thomas-Pinterest Reflection

Pinterest was actually a very fun experience for me. It was cool to be able to find different aspects of my life that I could mesh together and create a biography for people to see, which allows others who don’t know me to have a general idea of my interests and my beliefs. Obviously, the […]

Bruce Thomas-Live Tweeting Analysis of Oregon vs. Stanford

I have decided to analyze the live tweets that occurred during the Oregon-Stanford college football game on Thursday night. It was a huge game for both teams, but the reason I was interested in this game was not because of the two teams playing or the stakes of the game, but for the tweets that […]

“Man Up:” A Defense for Masculinity on the Playing Surface

By Bruce Thomas Would you have a problem with a gay teammate? (MLB player poll)  No Problem (69.8%) Problem (28.7%) Big Problem (1.5%) According to Dictionary.com, masculinity is defined as “pertaining to or characteristic of a man or men” and “having qualities traditionally ascribed to men, such as strength and boldness.” So much of what […]

The Double Standard in the Outrage of Stereotypes and Representations in Media

By Bruce Thomas The theme for my playlist is a combination of the use of stereotypes and representations in pop culture and the media and the double standard that has developed recently in our new “politically correct” society. Most of my clips are comedic representations of a stereotype that is “allowed” in society because it […]

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