PT1 Ideas, Sources for Hays Code , - Coggle Diagram
How does one make an effective civil rights movement?(make more specific)
historical lens, what other lenses?
Socio-economic, digital, political
Representation for minorities
number of white characters in fantasy books
How does the lack of representation in fantasy books affect a person's _? Self-esteem?
Disabled Characters and how they are portrayed
How does positive representation effect a disabled person's
How do tropes around disabled people affect the perception of disabled people?
How do tropes commonly associated with (insert group here) effect stigmatization?
actors in 40s 50s (Anna May Wong)
How do hiring patterns affect
How has the Motion Picture Production Code (Hays) affected long term representation of people of color?
How it was made/abolished. The things done in that time. What da strawberry was it even?
How it effected job opportunities(Frequency, pay, treatment at jobs, etc)? Anna May Wong is a good example
The effects of the rep that was received.
tropes it created
"Some of Hollywood's creative class managed to find positives in the Code's limitations however. Director Edward Dmytryk later said that the Code "had a very good effect because it made us think. If we wanted to get something across that was censorable... we had to do it deviously. We had to be clever. And it usually turned out to be much better than if we had done it straight."
The Motion Picture Production Code (hays code) has had lasting effects on the representation of people of color in media
Interviews/TV in general
How does (Marginalized group's) typical interview questions affect the overall stigmatization of (Marginalized group)?
(insert lens here)
Sources for Hays Code
Includes general rules/outline:
PDF of rules: