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Rebirthing a nation : White women, identity politics, and the internet

Rebirthing a nation : White women, identity politics, and the internet

Author: Wendy K Z Anderson
Publisher: Jackson University Press of Mississippi 2021
Series: Race, rhetoric, et media
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
"Although US history is marred by institutionalized racism and sexism, postracial and postfeminist attitudes drive our polarized politics. Violence against people of color, transgendered and gay people, and women soar upon the backdrop of Donald Trump, Tea Party affiliates, alt-right members like Richard Spencer, and right-wing political commentators like Milo Yiannopoulos who defend their racist and sexist  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wendy K Z Anderson
ISBN: 9781496832764 1496832760 9781496832771 1496832779
OCLC Number: 1263272370
Description: xiii, 250 Seiten ; 23 cm
Contents: Safety for white people only through nationalism: decoding rhetorical refinement of white supremacist values. - <Freedom of speech> without responsibility: unmasking a privilege filter of color-blind racism as a white supremacist ideograph. - Classifying whiteness as "contained agency": decrypting white nationalist women's digital design through understanding intersectional analysis --
. - White outsiderism as white identity politics: situating Tea Party rhetoric as uncivil testing grounds. - Reckoning with white fragility by alt-right shield maidens: disassembling "contained agency" of the alt-right. - Responsibility of a white "privilege filter": dismantling conservative white women as color-blind maiden shields --
. - Epilogue: Amplifying intersectionality as an ethical response.
Series Title: Race, rhetoric, et media
Responsibility: Wendy K. Z. Anderson.


Details how white nationalist and alt-right women refine racist rhetoric and web design as a means of protection and simultaneous instantiation of white supremacy, which conservative political actors  Read more...


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