Media Ethics: Tropes vs. Women in Video Games

Media Ethics videos were produced by students in professor Howard Good’s fall 2012 Media Ethics class. Groups observed issues facing the media today and conducted ethical evaluations of topics such as sexism in video games, same sex marriage announcements and shaping the image of the Syrian president. Check out these critiques and decide where you stand on these controversial topics.

By Tanique Williams, Kelly Fay, and Tracy Tanoff

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