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Sort order. Thompson, T. It has also been suggested that the increased status of women in society has put pressure on the concept of masculinity Beynonwhich could explain the more traditional gender portrayal on channels aimed at male audiences. Because of this, if one character was portrayed performing household tasks for an entire episode and another performed only one such task, both were coded as performing these tasks in the same way.
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