Description Essay · Five paragraphs · 1,000 Words Consider the documentary Yellow Face and the related videos presented in class, along with the article “Asian Women in Film: No Joy, No Luck” by Jessica Hagedorn (p. 343). Write an essay in which you argue whether Hollywood writers and directors have a social responsibility to avoid stereotyping ethnic characters. Pick one of these positions (not a neutral stance): either Hollywood writers and directors DO have a social responsibility to avoid stereotyping ethnic characters, or Hollywood writers and directors DO NOT have a social responsibility to avoid stereotyping ethnic characters. To develop your position, brainstorm films that depict various ethnicities, and then determine whether the portrayals are damaging or benign. You might also consult Michael Omi’s “In Living Color: Race and American Culture,” (p. 538). Maintain your position while addressing the counterargument, and propose one or more solutions in your conclusion. Begin with a sheet of notebook paper to show your prewriting and use the scratch outline form for the essay. Then write your rough draft legibly (or type and print it) and bring it to class on Tuesday for peer review. The essay should contain: An introductory paragraph with a thesis statement and three supporting details; Three body paragraphs that address the supporting details with specific evidence; A conclusion paragraph that summarizes the thesis statement and mentions the supporting details, along with a personal component that wraps up the main theme of the essay. The essay will be evaluated in terms of unity, support, coherence, and sentence skills. If you use the textbook to support your point(s), cite your sources by indicating author’s name and page numbers within parentheses.