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  1. Gender in the Media: Questioning a Toxic Narrative Andrew Levack and Jenifer De Atley

  2. Session Outline • Brief Reflection on Messages about Gender in the Media • Small Group Work • Reporting Back with Video Screenings • Discussion

  3. Media Outlets that Perpetuate Harmful Gender Norms Television Movies Advertising Music Toys

  4. What are some harmful stereotypes about men that are created and/or perpetuated in the media?

  5. What are some harmful stereotypes about men that are created and/or perpetuated in the media?

  6. What are some harmful messages about women that are created and/or perpetuated in the media?

  7. What are some harmful messages about women that are created and/or perpetuated in the media?

  8. Small Group Assignments • Divide into small groups • Complete worksheet assignment • Report back on key findings

  9. Group One – Women in Advertisements

  10. Group Two – Men in Advertisements

  11. Video – Advertising

  12. Group Three – Female Dolls

  13. Group Four – Toys for Boys

  14. Video – Toys

  15. Group Five – Female Lyrics

  16. Group Six – Male Lyrics

  17. Video 3 – Music

  18. Group 7 - Television

  19. Video 4 - Television

  20. Final Reflections Media Literacy: • The process of becoming active, rather than passive, consumers of media. Important Strategies when working with Youth: • Providing a positive alternative message • Helping guide the discussion

  21. Questions and Discussion

  22. For More Information… Andrew Levack, MPH Director, Gender Matters EngenderHealth alevack@engenderhealth.org Jenifer De Atley, MSW Coordinator, Gender Matters EngenderHealth jdeatley@engenderhealth.org For videos: Media Education Foundation – www.mediaed.org