A stereotype found in media/tv is racial/ethic among healthcare professionals. The attitude and behaviors of healthcare professionals
- 1,000-1,200 words (4-5 pages)
- minimum of three secondary sources, including one source accessed from the TCC library databases.
- one primary source (an interview with a professional or expert in the field you have chosen)
- MLA format for presentation (typed, double-spaced, 12-pt. Times New Roman* font, 1” margins) and source documentation (in-text citations and Works Cited page).
- Third person objective voice throughout which means no use of ‘I’ or ‘me.’ Let your research speak for you.
- MLA format including a Works Cited page are required for the essay to be graded.
- If you do not have Times New Roman font, use Calibri, New Century Schoolbook, Arial, or any similar readable font.
- Topic/Theme: Stereotypes—Identify in media a specific social/cultural stereotype related to a career/job. You are analyzing through your research where the stereotype started and why; how it is created and perpetuated by the media by providing specific examples; and what the effects/impacts of the stereotype are in society. Finally, discuss how the stereotype can be avoided
Stereotype: — “A stereotype found in media/tv is racial/ethic among healthcare professionals. The attitude and behaviors of healthcare professionals have been identified as one of the factors that contribute to health disparities. Studies concluded that most healthcare professionals appear to have implicit biased is terms of positive attitudes towards whites and negative attitudes towards African Americans. I do this think is fair and accurate to an extent because not every healthcare” professional is implicit and there are some who actually wants to help people regardless of who their are.
Requirements: | .doc file
Just remember is has to be in 3rd-person POV, so no “I” or “me”
This is the website where you can find your sources to cite:
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