Ompare and contrast televisions portrayal of gender roles and stereotypes in shows based in present day and shows based in the 1960s

This is a group project. My assigned part is Major Point 2. Below is the proposal and outline. Please read before you start the research paper. Thank you!!

Group Project Proposal:

For our group project we will be discussing,comparing, and critiquing the gender stereotypes portrayed in television from shows broadcasted today to shows broadcasted within the half century (50 years). We will each write 2 pages of a collaborative paper giving us a ground total of 14 pages and give examples from several television shows including but not limited to, Married with Children, Mad Men, Modern Family, I Love Lucy, etc. We will be focusing on key terms such as gender roles, stereotypes, sexism, representation, feminism, meninism, masculinity, societal expectations, and ideology.

Final Project Outline:

Research Question: Compare and contrast televisioni??s portrayal of gender roles and stereotypes in shows based in present day and shows based in the 1960s.

Introduction:
Current Problem Gender Roles in Television Today compared to Yesterdayi??s Stereotypes
Area of focus Mad Men vs Modern Family
Key Terms gender roles, stereotypes, feminism, masculinity, identity, societal expectations, ideology, culture jamming, cultural imperialism.
Thesis Statement the historical progression of gender roles in television in the past half century and today

Background:
Historical Overview During the 1970s, women on television were 7 times more likely to be placed within the home than men were while on screen. For example, this is still seen on television today like
Literature Review i??Married with Children article in gender rolesi??
Significance How have stereotypes of gender roles changed then and now.

Major Point 1
Statementwomen were confined to specific roles as nurturing housewives with limited social influence towards non-domestic responsibilities
Example The three women in Mad Men; Betty Draper Francis, Peggy Olson, and Joan Holloway Harris, deal with the central idea and portrayal of women in the 1960s.

Major Point 2
Statement men were portrayed as dominant, strong, and independent providers.
Example: Mad men advertising executives treated their secretaries in the office as objects rather than human beings. They were often disposable after sexual encounters and not seen as a valuable.

Major Point 3 –
Statementsignificant transition for women with leading roles and more characters that go against the gender stereotypes.
Example: Modern Family: Couples where the woman is the i??bread winneri?? of the family and the man is more domestic and put down by the wife at times.

Major Point 4 –
Statementmore diversity in couples (interracial, gay, lesbian)
Example: Modern family; families and couples within the television show. Cam & Mitchi??s relationship within the show. They are married, i??normalizedi??, allowed to have children, accepted by their family [even after a period (season 1) of reluctance by the father of Mitch, Jay and then eventually Cam, whoi??s grandmother didnt even know was gay until they decided to tie the knot. We finally see a sign of Jayi??s happiness for his son and walks him down the aisle to his groom, Cam.

Major Point 5

Conclusion:
restate thesis & summarize
There has been significant change in gender roles and stereotypes in television today compared to the past half century.
propose solution

Ompare and contrast televisions portrayal of gender roles and stereotypes in shows based in present day and shows based in the 1960s.

Its a group research paper. so, i only need you to write two pages of (major point one). other parts will be completed by my other teammates. here is the whole instruction and informations that you need to know, in order to understand better.

Final Project Outline:

Research Question: Compare and contrast televisioni??s portrayal of gender roles and stereotypes in shows based in present day and shows based in the 1960s.

Introduction:
Current Problem Gender Roles in Television Today compared to Yesterdayi??s Stereotypes
Area of focus Mad Men vs Modern Family
Key Terms gender roles, stereotypes, feminism, masculinity, identity, societal expectations, ideology, culture jamming, cultural imperialism.
Thesis Statement the historical progression of gender roles in television in the past half century and today

Background:
Historical Overview During the 1970s, women on television were 7 times more likely to be placed within the home than men were while on screen. For example, this is still seen on television today like
Literature Review i??Married with Children article in gender rolesi??
Significance How have stereotypes of gender roles changed then and now.

*****Major Point 1 -((you only need write about this one))!!
Statementwomen were confined to specific roles as nurturing housewives with limited social influence towards non-domestic responsibilities
Example The three women in Mad Men; Betty Draper Francis, Peggy Olson, and Joan Holloway Harris, deal with the central idea and portrayal of women in the 1960s. ****

Major Point 2
Statement men were portrayed as dominant, strong, and independent providers.
Example: Mad men advertising executives treated their secretaries in the office as objects rather than human beings. They were often disposable after sexual encounters and not seen as a valuable.

Major Point 3 –
Statementsignificant transition for women with leading roles and more characters that go against the gender stereotypes.
Example: Modern Family: Couples where the woman is the i??bread winneri?? of the family and the man is more domestic and put down by the wife at times.

Major Point 4 –
Statementmore diversity in couples (interracial, gay, lesbian)
Example: Modern family; families and couples within the television show. Cam & Mitchi??s relationship within the show. They are married, i??normalizedi??, allowed to have children, accepted by their family [even after a period (season 1) of reluctance by the father of Mitch, Jay and then eventually Cam, whoi??s grandmother didnt even know was gay until they decided to tie the knot. We finally see a sign of Jayi??s happiness for his son and walks him down the aisle to his groom, Cam.

Major Point 5

Conclusion:
restate thesis & summarize
There has been significant change in gender roles and stereotypes in television today compared to the past half century.
propose solution

ALLOW FEMINISM TO DOMINATE THE WORLD

Group Project Proposal:

For our group project we will be discussing,comparing, and critiquing the gender stereotypes portrayed in television from shows broadcasted today to shows broadcasted within the half century (50 years). We will each write 2 pages of a collaborative paper giving us a ground total of 14 pages and give examples from several television shows including but not limited to, Married with Children, Mad Men, Modern Family, I Love Lucy, etc. We will be focusing on key terms such as gender roles, stereotypes, sexism, representation, feminism, meninism, masculinity, societal expectations, and ideology.

muse.jhu.edu/journals/advertising_and_society_review/v011/11.4.o-barr.html [Mad Men]