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Pinterest Reflection: Claire Levin

“Pinning” was a pretty foreign concept to me before this assignment. I made my Pinterest page before I sat down to do the readings an explored the site a little bit. At first, it seemed stupid to share other people’s pictures and post them to my own dream boards. After I did the reading, I […]

Prepare for Combat: The Militarization of Football

By: Claire Levin When I think of masculinity, the first characteristics to pop into my head are power, aggression, and dominance. These themes have been reinforced time and time again through media outlets and socialization in our culture. In fact, violent behavior is routinely gendered male (Katz 261). Men are taught to believe that in […]

Over-Sexualization of Children in the Media

By: Claire Levin Children are the leaders of tomorrow. We should value the development of youth strongly due to the potential outcomes. Objectification and sexualization of women is a driving force in our current culture in the United States and it all begins with the over-sexualization of children. I find this theme important because if […]

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