Violence, Media Representations and Families – media literacy blogs

The blogs were written by the students who are participating in Violence, Media Representations and Families a media literacy program joint initiative between Kwantlen Polytechnic University Sociology Department, First Voices and Battered Women’s Support Services.

The Truth about Porn: Violence and Aggression against Women by Anastasia Russell

Sexist Lyrics and Music Videos by Gurneet Tatla

Alcohol advertisements degrading and dehumanizing women by Laura Denomy

The Single Mother Battle on Stereotypes by Marissa Hicks

Commercials Aimed Towards Children Reinforcing Gendered Stereotypes and Roles by Laura Denomy

MALE POWER by Aliya Rahiman

Who’s responsible for sexism in the society? by Sonia Toor

Lara Croft and rape stories: breaking down the bitch By Laurie Penny

Implicit Sexism in Children’s Ads by Preet Mondair

Gender stereotypes in Candy? by Taamisah Mitha

Violence, Media Representations and Families a media literacy program, Gurneet Tatla

How Lynx Products are Sexist and Degrading Towards Women by Gurneet Tatla

Violence, Media Representations and Families a media literacy program, Jaskaran Sangha

The relationship between food and woman in the ads, by Jaskaran Sangha

Alcohol advertisements degrading and dehumanizing women by Laura Denomy

Nude or Naked Advertisements by Andrews Owusu

Sexy Athletes or Sex Objects? Effects of female athletes’ sexy images by Sim Badesha

Sexy Athletes or Sex Objects? by Sim Badesha