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Communicating marginalized masculinities : identity politics in TV, film, and new media

Author: Ronald L Jackson; Jamie E Moshin
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2013.
Series: Routledge studies in rhetoric and communication, 11.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ronald L Jackson; Jamie E Moshin
ISBN: 9780415623070 0415623073 9780203098578 0203098579 9781138816176 1138816175 9781136227660 1136227660
OCLC Number: 776535188
Description: viii, 254 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Preface --
Kairos, Kanye, and Katrina: online meditations on race and masculinity / André Brock --
"Is that a PC in your pocket, or is it something more?": the Newton PDA and white-collar masculinity / Michelle Rodino-Colocino --
Competing South Asian mas(k)ulinities: Bollywood icons versus "Tech-N-Talk" / Murali Balaji --
Color and movement: the male dancer, masculinity and race in film / David Buchbinder --
A gendered shell game: masculinity and race in District 9 / Claire Sisco King --
The evolution of an identity: G.I. Joe and Black masculinity / Carlos D. Morrison --
A "vocabulary of feeling": Japanese American masculinity in Conscience and the Constitution / Kent Ono --
Fat, sass, and laughs: Black masculinity in drag / Stephane Dunn --
Narrating the Presidential "race": Barack Obama and the American dream / Leroy Dorsey --
The man in the box: masculinity and race in popular television / Erica Scharrer --
White masculinity and the TV sitcom dad: tracing the "progression" of portrayals of fatherhood / Cerise L. Glenn --
From album novel to cowboy soap opera: melancholia, race and carnival in the multi-media works of Mario Prata / George Arthur Carlsen --
Smooth and Latin: reflections on Mario Lopez, ballroom dancing, and Latino masculinity / Fernando Delgado --
"State property" and friends: Black men's performances of masculinity and race in prison / Eleanor Novek.
Series Title: Routledge studies in rhetoric and communication, 11.
Responsibility: edited by Ronald L. Jackson II and Jamie E. Moshin.

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