Cutler mentions the different studies that have taken place to analyze the effects of media and try t prove that the media is the cause cutler was able to point out certain details that show that the conclusions are not fully valid.
Woodard 1 media analysis the real housewives of beverly hills rosanna woodard sociology 185: culture and society professor morgan june 23, 2013 woodard 2 i have to admit that i watch some of the “real housewives” shows, most recently, the real housewives of beverly hills these shows are fascinating from a sociological perspective. The nation recently had an article posted entitled, “whodunit-the media” by maggie cutler an online columnist who writes about sex in america, politics, and the media this article discussed the debate on violence in kids, and who is to blame.
Alexis line english 1100 november 5, 2012 whodunit- the media summary and questions whodunit- the media by maggie cutler is an argument paper which investigates the issue of whether media violence affects children cutler uses questions to gain the reader’s interest these questions also introduce the topic. In the article, “whodunit—the media” maggie cutler addresses the controversy that follows the notion that violent media has a negative effect on children and asserts her opinion that instead of exploiting the media violence as interactionist perspective media analysis:. Although the stanford study–perhaps to stay popular with granters–is being promoted as a study on media violence, it is really a study of media overuse, self-awareness and the rewards of self-discipline.
Media standard today’s society is centered on media rather it be broadcasting media, print media, mass media, or social media media is the center of it all the media is our way of staying up to date on the latest news, passing and receiving information, basically keeping our lives in motion.
Movies can pressure children to become more hostile as a person maggie cutler analyzes in her essay, “whodunit- the media ”, how media affects children, demonstrating that children who are involved in violent media are more susceptible to practice it.