Afr Final Notes from Ciara's Music Video

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The difference in dance styles he of pleasing man (touching him), (domestic sphere) while man is sitting girl is surrounding him (pleasing him/touching him), posture (shoulders back), different dance style: promiscuous, HUMBLE CANE She discusses the male tendencies to question women about their ware bouts, but refuse to answer when they are asked the same type of questions. Other stereotypes that are addresses include: sleeping around or being "fast," being secretive with money, putting on a front for friends, and lying about ware bouts. This entire song is directed at men. It is asking them how they would like to be treated the way they treat their womenROLLED EYES @ beginning (silly, change HA, “please”), different dance style: “moon walk” ”Chris Brown”, CONTROL, POWER : when in circle!, PIMP CANE, CHAIR=THRONE (king) CONTRAST of color in scene with the 2 personas. White= purity Black = importance * gender in the same way, with the men as dominant, powerful, and successful and the women as subordinate, weak, and completely dependent on the men in their lives. Society has come to accept these stereotypes and bases many of its judgments on the assumption that these gender stereotypes are true for every woman and man. * Deconstructing gender stereotypes

* Ciara takes a completely different approach to deconstructing gender stereotypes with her video "Like a Boy." This video basically confronts every male stereotype that has been accepted in our society. She discusses the male tendencies to question women about their ware bouts, but refuse to answer when they are asked the same type of questions. Other stereotypes that are addresses include: sleeping around or being "fast," being secretive with money, putting on a front for friends, and lying about ware bouts. This entire song is directed at men. It is asking them how they would like to be treated the way they treat their women. This song is an attempt to make men rethink the way they behave, but it...
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