Race and the Representation of Experience on Television In the television show 24, the idea of an ethnic identity and what it represents is a common theme. Because of the fact that the show isolates and illustrates the impact of terrorism within the United States from a fictional point of view, ethnic identities from both within and outside of the US are positioned against the interests of US citizens. In order to dramatize the kind of events that terrorists employ to argue against US ideology or political policies in 24, racial groups are often demonized. This essay serves to explore how the television show 24, in Seasons Two (2003), Four (2005), and Six (2007) in particular, illustrates the lives of people of Muslim descent, and how...The end:
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