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The mainstream media (MSM) show heavy biases towards [[feminism]] and are highly [[gynocentric]].  As a result of this mainstream media use many euphamisms to excuse negative behaviour in women.
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The mainstream media (MSM) show heavy biases towards [[feminism]] and are highly [[gynocentric]].  As a result of this mainstream media use many euphemisms to excuse negative behaviour in women. In cases where they must report domestic or intimate partner violence perpetrated by women due to the severity, they will normally state at the man and woman are ''known to each other'' rather than a more conventional statement concerning the nature of their relationship.  It is also notable that the mainstream media will normally refer to men as 'people' and women as 'women'.  Eg,
 
 
The mainstream media will normally refer to men as 'people' and women as 'women'.  Eg,
 
  
 
''In the Sunday attack, the militants “gathered the people, shot dead over 30 people and took away more than 100 women and children in two open top trucks," Maina Chibok, who visited family in the village after the kidnappings, told Reuters.''<ref>http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/12/18/suspect-boko-haram-militants-kidnap-at-least-100-in-nigeria/</ref>
 
''In the Sunday attack, the militants “gathered the people, shot dead over 30 people and took away more than 100 women and children in two open top trucks," Maina Chibok, who visited family in the village after the kidnappings, told Reuters.''<ref>http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/12/18/suspect-boko-haram-militants-kidnap-at-least-100-in-nigeria/</ref>
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Revision as of 02:23, 1 March 2020

The mainstream media (MSM) show heavy biases towards feminism and are highly gynocentric. As a result of this mainstream media use many euphemisms to excuse negative behaviour in women. In cases where they must report domestic or intimate partner violence perpetrated by women due to the severity, they will normally state at the man and woman are known to each other rather than a more conventional statement concerning the nature of their relationship. It is also notable that the mainstream media will normally refer to men as 'people' and women as 'women'. Eg,

In the Sunday attack, the militants “gathered the people, shot dead over 30 people and took away more than 100 women and children in two open top trucks," Maina Chibok, who visited family in the village after the kidnappings, told Reuters.[1]

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