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The Resource Critical thinking about Sex, love, and romance in the mass media : media literacy applications, edited by Mary-Lou Galician, Debra L. Merskin

Critical thinking about Sex, love, and romance in the mass media : media literacy applications, edited by Mary-Lou Galician, Debra L. Merskin

Label
Critical thinking about Sex, love, and romance in the mass media : media literacy applications
Title
Critical thinking about Sex, love, and romance in the mass media
Title remainder
media literacy applications
Statement of responsibility
edited by Mary-Lou Galician, Debra L. Merskin
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NUI
Dewey number
306.701
Index
index present
LC call number
HQ801
LC item number
.C7397 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Galician, Mary-Lou
  • Merskin, Debra L
  • Galician, Mary-Lou
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Man-woman relationships
  • Sex in mass media
  • Love in mass media
  • Media literacy
  • Critical thinking
Label
Critical thinking about Sex, love, and romance in the mass media : media literacy applications, edited by Mary-Lou Galician, Debra L. Merskin
Instantiates
Publication
Note
A companion to Mary-Lou Galician's Sex, love & romance in the mass media. 2004
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Sammye Johnson
  • What's love got to do with it? Mode readers expose and perpetuate mediated myths of romance
  • Julie E. Ferris
  • PART II. HEGEMONY
  • Write romance: Zora Neale Hurston's love prescription in Their eyes were watching God
  • Meta G. Carstarphen
  • Interracial love on television: what's taboo still and what's not
  • Sharon Bramlett-Solomon
  • Jennifer Lopez and a Hollywood Latina romance film: mythic motifs in Maid in Manhattan
  • Diana I. Rios,
  • "Dis-illusioning" as discovery: the research basis and media literacy applications of Dr. FUN's Mass Media Love Quiz© and Dr. Galician's Prescriptions©
  • Xae Alicia Reyes
  • Myths of sex, love, and romance of older women in Golden Girls
  • Jo Anna Grant,
  • Heather L. Hundley
  • "Love will steer the stars" and other improbable feats: media myths in popular love songs
  • Anne Bader
  • Power, romance, and the "lone male hero": deciphering the double standard in The Da Vinci Code
  • Christine Scodari,
  • Rhonda Trust
  • Gender equity stereotypes or prescriptions? Subtexts of the stairway scenes in the romantic films of Helen Hunt
  • Mary-Lou Galician
  • David Natharius
  • PART III. CONFLICT
  • Taming Brian: sex, love, and romance in Queer as Folk
  • R. Anthony Slagle,
  • Gust A. Yep
  • Myths of romantic conflict in the television situation comedy
  • Aileen L.S. Buslig,
  • Anthony M. Ocaña
  • 'Til politics do us part: the political romance in Hollywood cinema
  • Jeanne Lynn Hall
  • PART I. ATTRACTION
  • "Five total strangers, with nothing in common": using Galician's seven-step dis-illusioning directions to think critically about The Breakfast Club
  • Jennifer Hays
  • Cue the lights and music: how cinematic devices contribute to the perpetuation of romantic myths in Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge
  • Amber Hutchins
  • Carpe Diem: relational scripts and "seizing the day" in the Hollywood romantic comedy
  • Laura L. Winn
  • Gangster of love? Tony Soprano's assault on romantic myths
  • Ron Leone,
  • Wendy Chapman Peek
  • Remakes to remember: romantic myths in remade films and their original counterparts
  • Cyberdating success stories and the mythic narrative of living "happily-ever-after with the one"
  • Jennifer J. Asenas
  • PART IV. COMPLETION
  • "Must marry TV": the role of the heterosexual imaginary in The Bachelor
  • Andrea M. McClanahan
  • "Real" love myths and magnified media effects of The Bachelorette
  • Lisa M. Glebatis
  • The "Reality" of reality television wedding programs
  • Erika Engstrom
  • Unrealistic potrayals of sex, love, and romance in popular wedding films
  • Kevin A. Johnson
  • Sharon R. Mazzarella
  • The agony or the ecstacy? Perceptions of Valentine's Day
  • Deborah Shelley
  • Appendix:
  • Resource guide to Sex, love, and romance in the mass media: some additional publications, films, television shows, songs, and web sites
  • Debra L. Merskin
  • Brewing romance: the romantic fantasy theme of the Taster's Choice "couple" advertising campaign
  • Olaf Werder
  • Promoting easy sex without genuine intimacy: Maxim and Cosmopolitan cover lines and cover images
Control code
75385246
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xv, 408 pages
Isbn
9780805856163
Isbn Type
($35.00)
Lccn
2006299896
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)75385246
Label
Critical thinking about Sex, love, and romance in the mass media : media literacy applications, edited by Mary-Lou Galician, Debra L. Merskin
Publication
Note
A companion to Mary-Lou Galician's Sex, love & romance in the mass media. 2004
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Sammye Johnson
  • What's love got to do with it? Mode readers expose and perpetuate mediated myths of romance
  • Julie E. Ferris
  • PART II. HEGEMONY
  • Write romance: Zora Neale Hurston's love prescription in Their eyes were watching God
  • Meta G. Carstarphen
  • Interracial love on television: what's taboo still and what's not
  • Sharon Bramlett-Solomon
  • Jennifer Lopez and a Hollywood Latina romance film: mythic motifs in Maid in Manhattan
  • Diana I. Rios,
  • "Dis-illusioning" as discovery: the research basis and media literacy applications of Dr. FUN's Mass Media Love Quiz© and Dr. Galician's Prescriptions©
  • Xae Alicia Reyes
  • Myths of sex, love, and romance of older women in Golden Girls
  • Jo Anna Grant,
  • Heather L. Hundley
  • "Love will steer the stars" and other improbable feats: media myths in popular love songs
  • Anne Bader
  • Power, romance, and the "lone male hero": deciphering the double standard in The Da Vinci Code
  • Christine Scodari,
  • Rhonda Trust
  • Gender equity stereotypes or prescriptions? Subtexts of the stairway scenes in the romantic films of Helen Hunt
  • Mary-Lou Galician
  • David Natharius
  • PART III. CONFLICT
  • Taming Brian: sex, love, and romance in Queer as Folk
  • R. Anthony Slagle,
  • Gust A. Yep
  • Myths of romantic conflict in the television situation comedy
  • Aileen L.S. Buslig,
  • Anthony M. Ocaña
  • 'Til politics do us part: the political romance in Hollywood cinema
  • Jeanne Lynn Hall
  • PART I. ATTRACTION
  • "Five total strangers, with nothing in common": using Galician's seven-step dis-illusioning directions to think critically about The Breakfast Club
  • Jennifer Hays
  • Cue the lights and music: how cinematic devices contribute to the perpetuation of romantic myths in Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge
  • Amber Hutchins
  • Carpe Diem: relational scripts and "seizing the day" in the Hollywood romantic comedy
  • Laura L. Winn
  • Gangster of love? Tony Soprano's assault on romantic myths
  • Ron Leone,
  • Wendy Chapman Peek
  • Remakes to remember: romantic myths in remade films and their original counterparts
  • Cyberdating success stories and the mythic narrative of living "happily-ever-after with the one"
  • Jennifer J. Asenas
  • PART IV. COMPLETION
  • "Must marry TV": the role of the heterosexual imaginary in The Bachelor
  • Andrea M. McClanahan
  • "Real" love myths and magnified media effects of The Bachelorette
  • Lisa M. Glebatis
  • The "Reality" of reality television wedding programs
  • Erika Engstrom
  • Unrealistic potrayals of sex, love, and romance in popular wedding films
  • Kevin A. Johnson
  • Sharon R. Mazzarella
  • The agony or the ecstacy? Perceptions of Valentine's Day
  • Deborah Shelley
  • Appendix:
  • Resource guide to Sex, love, and romance in the mass media: some additional publications, films, television shows, songs, and web sites
  • Debra L. Merskin
  • Brewing romance: the romantic fantasy theme of the Taster's Choice "couple" advertising campaign
  • Olaf Werder
  • Promoting easy sex without genuine intimacy: Maxim and Cosmopolitan cover lines and cover images
Control code
75385246
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xv, 408 pages
Isbn
9780805856163
Isbn Type
($35.00)
Lccn
2006299896
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)75385246

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