Media’s Role in the Disappearance of Immigrant Female Workers

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Media’s Role in the Disappearance of Immigrant Female Workers
Canadian media’s role in reporting of
labour
trends and news, most recently recession fears and results that have been largely fear-mongering (an attribute often given to American media), is an inconsistent, biased one. Within the example of recession reports, the sensationalizing of job loss potentials, industries presumed to be affected and the risk of a growing national deficit has served to create fear in media consumers in two ways: they started to worry for their own jobs, and therefore how their own lifestyles would be maintained, and they started to question outwardly if their jobs would be given to other people, who were willing to seek employment at lower wages. This...
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