Cultural Stereotypes in the Media: A Comparative Analysis


  • Mike Miller University of Wollongong, Australia Author


Cultural Stereotypes, diverse cultures, global society


This study conducts a comprehensive comparative analysis of cultural stereotypes portrayed in the media across diverse platforms, genres, and regions. Recognizing the powerful influence of media in shaping societal perceptions, this research aims to unveil the underlying dynamics and implications of cultural stereotypes present in various forms of media. The study employs a multidisciplinary approach, integrating cultural studies, media analysis, and sociology to examine the representation of different cultures within the media landscape. By scrutinizing a range of media sources, including television, film, advertising, and digital media, the research seeks to identify recurring patterns, biases, and nuances in the portrayal of cultural groups. A key focus is placed on comparing how various cultures are depicted in different geographical contexts and media genres. Special attention is given to understanding the impact of globalization on the perpetuation or challenging of cultural stereotypes, considering the interconnectedness of today's media landscape.




How to Cite

Cultural Stereotypes in the Media: A Comparative Analysis. (2020). International Journal of Business Management and Visuals, ISSN: 3006-2705, 3(2), 20-26.

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