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Postracial resistance : Black women, media, and the uses of strategic ambiguity

Author: Ralina L Joseph
Publisher: New York : New York University Press, [2018]
Series: Critical cultural communication.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ralina L Joseph
ISBN: 9781479862825 1479862827 9781479886371 1479886378
OCLC Number: 1027774068
Description: xi, 253 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
"Of course I'm proud of my country!": Michelle Obama's postracial wink --
"Because often it's both": racism, sexism, and Oprah's handbags --
"I just wanted a world that looked like the one I know": the strategically ambiguous respectability of a Black woman showrunner --
"No, but I'm still Black": women of color community, hate-watching, and racialized resistance --
"They got rid of the naps, that's all they did": women of color critiques of respectability politics, strategic ambiguity, and race hazing --
"Do not run away from your blackness": Black women television workers and the flouting of strategic ambiguity --
Coda : "Have a seat at my table".
Series Title: Critical cultural communication.
Other Titles: Black women, media, and the uses of strategic ambiguity
Responsibility: Ralina L. Joseph.

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The book is a much-needed contribution to sociological analysis of Black women's talk, arguing Black women's vocal performatives enact postracial political resistance... Postracial Resistance Read more...

 
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