Please answer the following prompt with as much detail as possible. A well-written essay will demonstrate mastery of concepts presented in the textbook, film, discussed in class and relevance to both sociological inquiry and your personal life. Essays should be no shorter than 4 full-length pages and typed in no larger than 12 fonts and double-spaced. Ensure that you write in both a grammatically correct manner and alignment and spacing utilized are in accordance with standard academic custom. Note that you do not need to utilize outside information; however if you do choose to utilize outside sources (including articles under discussion), please ensure that you cite in accordance to a standard academic format (eg. Mills, 22 or Berger, 15). The paper is due Monday, November 15th 2015 by 9:00 pm in the Assignment Dropbox. Plagiarism or other forms of academic dishonesty will not be tolerated and result in an ungraded assignment (hence a “0” for that assignment). This film reaction is worth 35 points. The film Miss Representation addresses the relationship between the mass media industry and the representation of men and women in society. Furthermore, the film delves into concepts of gender socialization, sexism, self image, eating disorders, race, body image, media centralization, sexualization of young girls, objectification of women’s bodies, inequality and power differential between men and women in almost all spheres of society. Discuss the main points of the documentary, how the film is substantiated and whether or not you found the film accurate or not; then, conclude your essay by reflecting on an example of a media form in your life that you feel has impacted the construction of your notions of beauty, sexuality, masculinity, femininity self-image, romantic relationships, race and/or gender identity and how it has done so.