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    The lives and representations of women in the Florentine Renaissance In Biblical imaginary, the image of woman often originated from the image of Eve. Eve was allured by the devil and impelled Adam to disobey God and eat the forbidden fruit, resulting in their exclusion from the paradise, mortality and hardship in their lives living on Earth. Since then, the female descendants of Eve were held responsible for this loss of paradise. During the Renaissance era, women were oppressed by men because

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    Representations of what is believed to be female characters holding weapons have been previously observed on the fragments of the Oseberg tapestry. The textile fragments show human-esque figures that appear to be either standing in front of spears or holding them and who wear clothing that is closely representative of long dresses which were worn by Viking Age women. Some apparently female figures are also holding swords. The Oseberg tapestry is difficult to interpret, but it has been suggested

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    Representation is the portrayal of something or someone in a particular way. In media every gender, race and ethnicity is represented in a certain way. Over the years women have been represented stereotypically as sex symbols and have been objectified to men. In this essay I will be talking about how women are represented in the media. I will be using Beyonce's music video ‘Run the world’, Blurred Lines by Robin Thicke featuring Pharrell and T.I and All in my head by Fifth Harmony featuring Fetty

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    Women’s representation remains an ongoing issue that not only affects the lives of women, but the entire society. Females have been raised to believe that appearances will get them far in life instead of other factors such as intelligence and the ability to succeed without depending on their looks. Along with the hindering misconception of females’ level of intelligence, the media continues to support the minoritization of females. Students must realize that to change how society perceives women, students

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    and 64% of women in there sixties said they were not happy with their appearance either. The difference between the two, however, is that the majority of the older women were ‘grateful’ about the way they look, while most teenagers described themselves as ‘self-conscious’ when it comes to their physical appearance (“How Women Feel About Their Looks”). These statistics prove that women of all ages are affected by women’s representation in the media, as more often than not, the women presented have

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    The representation of gender in the media today is constructed and selected this is known as mediation. Moreover, the representation of women has changed due to the sociological changes. However, there are still sterotypical representation of women in this society. This is the way the women should look and behave. As, well, as, due to the changing representation of women the representation of men has changed and their has been many cries that masculinity is in crisis. This means the definition of

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    Since the beginning of cinema, there has been an ongoing issue in regards to the representation of women, or in fact, the lack of representation that is authentic to real women. Women have often been reduced to token roles and sexualised for the benefit of the male gaze, thus this turbulent relationship between women and cinema was born. To this day we still have a long way to go, however, the representation of women has evolved significantly due to factors such as; the wave of feminism, changing

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    The title Miss Representation is very significant in a multitude of ways. Not only does it represent the miss representation of women socially, but also politically. The media is a large part in the outburst of wrong messages being sent about women in society. The documentary argues that women in the media are portrayed derogatively, that what is portrayed in the media isn’t reality. In the documentary they give the example of how women who take leading roles are portrayed as controlling, bitchy

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    The documentary Miss Representation addressed and discussed many prevalent matters with regard to women’s representation in the media. The document argues that the media portrays women as either hyper sexualized, too conservative, too submissive, or too dominant and so on. The main idea is that TV, advertisements, magazines, and music too often portray women in a negative, male biased light. This documentary detailed many examples of these phenomena occurring in our society. A great example of the

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    researching different points about women in leadership it has opened my eyes to multiple subjects in the today world. It shows many ways of how people in the society see women. Enormous amount of women have more than one thing on their plate. But still are complete everything let alone being a mother, great wife to her husband, and be a successful lady. Women can be the most powerful people if they were not judge or not looked at as equal due to their gender. Although women hold almost 52 percent of all

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