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Gender, race, and class in media : a critical reader

Author: Gail Dines; Jean McMahon Humez; Bill Yousman; Lori Bindig
Publisher: Thousand Oaks, California : SAGE Publications, Inc., [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Fifth editionView all editions and formats
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This provocative new edition examines the mass media as economic and cultural institutions that shape our social identities, particularly regarding gender, race and class. A comprehensive introductory section outlines the book's integrated approach to media studies, which incorporates three distinct but related areas of investigation: the political economy of production, textual analysis and audience response.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gail Dines; Jean McMahon Humez; Bill Yousman; Lori Bindig
ISBN: 9781506380100 1506380107 9781506390796 150639079X
OCLC Number: 1006524574
Description: xv, 693 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: Part I. A cultural studies approach to media: theory : Cultural studies, multiculturalism, and media culture / Douglas Kellner --
The meaning of memory: family, class, and ethnicity in early network television programs / George Lipsitz --
The economics of the media industry / David P. Croteau and William D. Hoynes --
Hegemony / James Lull --
The Internet's unholy marriage to capitalism / John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney --
Television and the cultivation of authoritarianism: a return visit from an unexpected friend / Michael Morgan and James Shanahan --
Women read the romance: the interaction of text and context / Janice Radway --
Star Trek rerun, reread, rewritten: fan writing as textual poaching / Henry Jenkins III --
Reconsidering resistance and incorporation / Richard Butsch --
Part II. Representations of gender, race, and class : The year we obsessed over identity / Wesley Morris --
The whites of their eyes: racist ideologies and the media / Stuart Hall --
Redskins: insult and brand / C. Richard King --
Pornographic eroticism and sexual grotesquerie in representations of African American sportswomen / James McKay and Helen Johnson --
Dissolving the other: Orientalism, consumption, and Katy Perry's insatiable Dark horse / Rosemary Pennington --
"Global motherhood": the transnational intimacies of white femininity / Raka Shome --
Transgender transitions: sex/gender binaries in the digital age / Kay Siebler --
The "rich bitch": class and gender on the Real housewives of New York City / Michael J. Lee and Leigh Moscowitz --
From Rush Limbaugh to Donald Trump: conservative talk radio and the defiant reassertion of white male authority / Jackson Katz --
Part III. Reading media texts critically : Inventing the Cosmo girl: class identity and girl-style American dreams / Laurie Ouellette --
Political culture jamming: the dissident humor of The Daily show with Jon Stewart / Jamie Warner --
Educating The Simpsons: teaching queer representations in contemporary visual media / Gilad Padva --
Resisting, reiterating, and dancing through: the swinging closet doors of Ellen DeGeneres's televised personalities / Candace Moore --
When in Rome: heterosexism, homophobia, and sports talk radio / David Nylund --
Playing "Redneck": white masculinity and working-class performance on Duck Dynasty / Shannon E. M. O'Sullivan --
Black women and black men in hip hop music: misogyny, violence, and the negotiation of (white-owned) space / Guillermo Rebollo-Gil and Amanda Moras --
"[In]justice rolls down like water...": challenging white supremacy in media constructions of crime and punishment / Bill Yousman --
Part IV. Advertising and consumer culture : Image-based culture: advertising and popular culture / Sut Jhally --
The new politics of consumption: why Americans want so much more than they need / Juliet Schor --
Pepsi's new ad is a total success / Ian Bogost --
Sex, lies, and advertising / Gloria Steinem --
Supersexualize me! Advertising and the "midriffs" / Rosalind Gill --
Branding "real" social change in Dove's campaign for real beauty / Dara Persis Murray --
Nothing less than perfect: female celebrity, ageing, and hyper-scrutiny in the gossip industry / Kirsty Fairclough --
How to "use your Olympian": the paradox of athletic authenticity and commercialization in the contemporary Olympic Games / Momin Rahman and Sean Lockwood --
Mapping commercial intertextuality: HBO's True blood / Jonathan Hardy --
Part V. Representing sexualities : Pornographic values: hierarchy and hubris / Robert Jensen --
"There is no such thing as it": toward a critical understanding of the porn industry / Gail Dines --
The pornography of everyday life / Jane Caputi --
Deadly love: images of dating violence in the "Twilight saga" / Victoria E. Collins and Dianne C. Carmody --
Resistant masculinities in alternative R&B? Understanding Frank Ocean and The Weeknd's representations of gender / Frederik Dhaenens and Sander De Ridder --
The limitations of the discourse of norms: gay visibility and degrees of transgression / Jay Clarkson --
Hetero Barbie? / Mary F. Rogers --
Fantasies of exposure: belly dancing, the veil, and the drag of history / Joanna Mansbridge --
Part VI. Growing up with contemporary media : The future of childhood in the global television market / Dafna Lemish --
Disney: 21st century leader in animating global inequality / Lee Artz --
La princesa plastica: hegemonic and oppositional representations of Latinidad in Hispanic Barbie / Karen Goldman --
Growing up female in a celebrity-based pop culture / Gail Dines --
"Too many bad role models for us girls": girls, female pop celebrities and "sexualization" / Sue Jackson and Tiina Vares --
Privates in the online public: sex(ting) and reputation on social media / Michael Salter --
Video games: machine dreams of domination / John Sanbonmatsu --
"You play like a girl": cross-gender competition and the uneven playing field / Elena Bertozz --
Part VII. Still watching television in the digital age : Why television sitcoms kept re-creating male working-class buffoons for decades / Richard Butsch --
Marketing "reality" to the world : Survivor, post-Fordism, and reality television / Chris Jordan --
A shot at half-exposure: Asian Americans in reality TV shows / Grace Wang --
The racial logic of Grey's anatomy : Shonda Rhimes and her "post-civil rights, post-feminist" series / Kristen J. Warner --
Performing class: Gilmore girls and a classless neoliberal "middle-class" / Daniela Mastrocola --
Don't drop the soap vs. the soap opera: the representation of male and female prisoners on U.S. television / Hannah Mueller --
Donald Trump and the politics of spectacle / Douglas Kellner --
Is this TVIV? On Netflix, TVIII and binge-watching / Mareike Jenner --
Part VIII. Social media, virtual community, and fandom : Pop cosmopolitanism: mapping cultural flows in an age of convergence / Henry Jenkins III --
The political economy of privacy on Facebook / Christian Fuchs --
To see and be seen: celebrity practice on Twitter / Alice Marwick and danah boyd --
It's about ethics in games journalism? Gamergaters and geek masculinity / Andrea Braithwaite --
"Don't hate the player, hate the game": the racialization of labor in World of Warcraft / Lisa Nakamura --
GimpGirl grows up: women with disabilities rethinking, redefining, and reclaiming community / Jennifer Cole, Jason Nolan, Yukari Seko, Katherine Mancuso, and Alejandra Ospina --
How it feels to be viral me: affective labor, and Asian American YouTube performance / Christine Bacareza Balance --
The Latino cyber-moral panic process in the United States / Nadia Yamel Flores-Yeffal, Guadalupe Vidales, and April Plemons --
#Ferguson: digital protest, hashtag ethnography, and the racial politics of social media in the United States / Yarimar Bonilla and Jonathan Rosa --
Media literacy and media activism organizations --
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Responsibility: Gail Dines, Jean M. Humez, Bill Yousman, Lori Bindig Yousman, editors.

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This provocative new edition examines the mass media as economic and cultural institutions that shape our social identities, particularly regarding gender, race and class. A comprehensive introductory section outlines the book's integrated approach to media studies, which incorporates three distinct but related areas of investigation: the political economy of production, textual analysis and audience response.

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