The author is demonstrating a perspective on marginalization because that is treating people insignificantly. The author fully rejects this concept because he thinks its wrong for people to be stereotyping people based on what they learn from the media. He believes that is it wrong for people stereo type Indians even though they don’t know who they actually are, they just believe that the Indians are how the media sees them, such ass Pocahontas. The author is trying to send the message to not make assumptions based on how the media sees different groups, and to not treat them insignificantly. Also the author shows that people often stereo type many groups like Indians as what the media sees them as even when it is not true.
Is smart technology informing or distracting us? In my opinion I feel like smart technology both distracts and informs us. I believe this because technology helps to inform us by making it easier to communicate and learn. Yet it also distracts us because people use technology for everything and t causes people to become dependent on it for everything. We use technology to increase are ability but at the same time it is also declining our ability to be able to live unless we are using technology. Some resources in technology are able to make life easier but some are useless all they do is prevent us from being able to live in a world where no one is reliant on the smart technology. Technology is being used medical research and in careers so it lets us be able to learn things we wouldn’t have known without it.