Philosophical Debate on Prejudice and Disinformation Discussion


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Following the Evidence
As the friends share their experiences, Juan thinks about what they’ve learned so far. He can see that some communities have a history of being exposed to more pollution, more crime, and less attention from the city government. Is this a form of prejudice? He can see how that perception might exist.
“When I was talking to people,” Mike said, “I noticed more women believed the misinformation than men.”
Christy and Susan glared at him.
“When I asked the men about it, they said women were gullible.” Mike noticed the looks he was getting. “I didn’t say it; I’m just reporting it. I know better, my wife’s more skeptical about things than I am.”
“We can add it to our notes,” Juan said. “Maybe the research will show differences in how the genders respond to misinformation.” The others nodded, and Juan smiled. Maybe the trick was to put his assumptions aside and just follow where the evidence led.
The resources this week explore gender stereotypes and sexism. The focus is on the experience of women since, historically, they have faced the most challenges. The example in the introduction is pretty easy to spot. As you’ll see in the video Killing Us Softly, the reality can be subtle. What other examples can you think of from the media? How do advertising, music, and movies portray both women and men?

Response Guidelines( response to 2 learners)
As you respond to your classmates, share your experiences and anecdotal feedback regarding their pins. How have your personal experiences resonated with their ideas? What can you add to their ideas, building upon the connections you have made to the material so far?
The video ” Killing Us Softly” is a powerful critique of the way women are portrayed in advertising and the media. One of the key issues discussed in the video is the differing expectations placed on men and women in terms of their appearance and behavior.
Women are often expected to conform to a narrow and unrealistic beauty ideal, which can lead to body dissatisfaction, low self-esteem, and even eating disorders.
Men, on the other hand, are often encouraged to be assertive, competitive, and dominant.
These gendered expectations can be damaging to both men and women, as they can limit individual expression and perpetuate harmful stereotypes.
The video highlights the importance of recognizing and challenging gender-based expectations in order to create a more equitable and inclusive society.

LEARNE 2——————–
Challenging gender stereotypes might help close the gender gap. After watching “Killing us Softly: Advertising’s Image of women by Jean Kilbourne I was compelled to research further into how gender stereotypes widen gender gaps. I found that gender stereotypes are the biggest factor when it comes to gender inequality. This is not an issue that effects just the United States, but across the globe.
Research by World Economic Forum and other leading authorities suggest that some of the strongest forces behind persistent gender gaps are harmful social norms and gender stereotypes that limit expectations of what woman can or should do. These outdated social norms that discriminate against woman are all around us and they have become deeply ingrained.
How do we break this cycle? Understanding the drives and motivation that create the norms that lie behind people’s behavior. Addressing gender stereotypes and harmful behavior by “unstereotyping” gender values with the aim of improving the lives of all genders. Also, tackling the widespread prevalence of gender role stereotypes that are often perpetuated through advertising.
The goal is to live in a world that is unconstrained by harmful norms and gender stereotypes. Also, a world in which men are also free from confines of social norms and stereotypes of manhood and masculinity that was put in place too intimidate. Obviously, no one person or company or industry can do it alone. There are organizations and individuals like Jean Kilbourne that educate and bring the issue of gender stereotypes to the light. The “Unstereotype Alliance” is a great example of how strong partnerships can be built to create systematic change across an entire industry.

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