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Mar 16, 2010 benatmediacurves commented on Constance McMillen Update.
MediaCurves.com conducted a media study among viewers of a news clip about a school’s cancellation of prom due to a lesbian student wanting to take her girlfriend to the dance. Results found that the majority of viewers (77%) believed that the school’s actions were an act of discrimination. Furthermore, the vast majority of viewers (88%) indicated that the actions by the school were not appropriate. More in depth results can be seen at: http://www.mediacurves.com/NationalMedia…
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Ben
Mar 16, 2010 benatmediacurves commented on High School in Mississippi Cancels Prom to Prevent Lesbian Student from Bringing Female Date—and Potentially Incites Violence Against Lesbian Student.
MediaCurves.com conducted a media study among viewers of a news clip about a school’s cancellation of prom due to a lesbian student wanting to take her girlfriend to the dance. Results found that the majority of viewers (77%) believed that the school’s actions were an act of discrimination. Furthermore, the vast majority of viewers (88%) indicated that the actions by the school were not appropriate. More in depth results can be seen at: http://www.mediacurves.com/NationalMedia…
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Ben
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Oct 5, 2009 benatmediacurves commented on David Letterman's Big Confession.
MediaCurves.com conducted a study on 505 viewers of David Letterman’s sex scandal confession. Results found that that the majority reported that their perceptions of Letterman have not changed after viewing the confession. Less than one-quarter (22%) reported that they have a more negative perception of Letterman, and a similar number (23%) reported that they have a more positive perception of him. In addition, 73% claimed that this incident has not changed their likelihood of watching Letterman’s ‘Late Show.’ More in depth results can be seen at:
http://www.mediacurves.com/Entertainment…
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Ben