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Disibilities and Society

-Why do the media use stereotypes? Since their purpose as a private company is to make a profit and stereotypes help them capture an audience to sell to investors or advertisers, what incentive do they have to challenge them? Considering their power to influence our culture, what is their moral responsibility to try and change the culture? Explain your answer.

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In regard to those with disabilities, the McDonalds and Wal-Mart have broken the mold and use disabled persons in their advertisements. The more society sees those with disabilities in advertisements, the more society will adjust. While these companies promote those with disabilities, some leaders portray them in a different light. ...

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The solution address -Why do the media use stereotypes? Since their purpose as a private company is to make a profit and stereotypes help them capture an audience to sell to investors or advertisers, what incentive do they have to challenge them? Considering their power to influence our culture, what is their moral responsibility to try and change the culture? Explain your answer.

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