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Jordan: Stereotypes in the media

The image of a certain society as perceived by other societies is never the same, as human perceptions differ on an individual level, this is one cause of stereotypes, since each human or society have different levels of knowledge and concepts about a certain object applied whenever trying to percieve this object, Rami said.

The media is a double-edged sword when it comes to stereotyping, internet, for example, provides a wealth of knowledge about cultures across the globe, yet, it could also be a tool for effective, mass-stereotyping, especially when it comes to news services. Want examples?

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