State and develop a clear thesis about the media minority portrayals you see and address these questions:How is the marginalized group portrayed?
Why do you think your group is portrayed in this way?
What social pressures and production forces shape those portrayals?
Use original research and specific media examples to support your argument, and explain historic and current trends in these minority portrayals.Incorporate a media theory to explain what effect you think this portrayal has on audiences, and how members of the group are treated in society as a result. Use the CSU-Global Library to conduct scholarly research; find specific media examples to support your argument; and explain historic and current trends in these minority portrayals. Your well-written paper should meet the following requirements:Feel free to use the readings from any module, but also incorporate at least four to six scholarly sources not used in this course.
Make your paper 8-10 pages in length, not including the cover and reference pages.