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The Resource Gender, race, and class in media : a critical reader, Gail Dines, Wheelock College, Jean M. Humez, University of Massachusetts, Boston, editors

Gender, race, and class in media : a critical reader, Gail Dines, Wheelock College, Jean M. Humez, University of Massachusetts, Boston, editors

Label
Gender, race, and class in media : a critical reader
Title
Gender, race, and class in media
Title remainder
a critical reader
Statement of responsibility
Gail Dines, Wheelock College, Jean M. Humez, University of Massachusetts, Boston, editors
Contributor
Editor of compilation
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
302.23/0973
Index
index present
LC call number
P94.65.U6
LC item number
G46 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1944-
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  • Dines, Gail
  • Humez, Jean McMahon
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  • Mass media and culture
  • Mass media and sex
  • Mass media and race relations
  • Social classes in mass media
  • Mass media
  • Popular culture
  • United States
Label
Gender, race, and class in media : a critical reader, Gail Dines, Wheelock College, Jean M. Humez, University of Massachusetts, Boston, editors
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
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, William D. Hoynes, and Stefania Milan -- Hegemony / James Lull -- The internet's unholy marriage to capitalism / John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney -- Extreme makeover: home edition: an American fairy tale / Gareth Palmer -- 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 -- Watching television without pity: the productivity of online fans / Mark Andrejevic -- Reconsidering resistance and incorporation / Richard Butsch -- Part II. Representations of gender, race, and class. The whites of their eyes: racist ideologies and the media / Stuart Hall -- "Global motherhood": the transnational intimacies of white femininity / Raka Shome -- Pornographic eroticism and sexual grotesquerie in representations of African American sportswomen / James McKay and Helen Johnson -- Hetero Barbie? / Mary F. Rogers -- 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 -- Big talkers: Rush Limbaugh, conservative talk radio, and the defiant reassertion of white male authority / Jackson Katz
  • Part III. Reading media texts critically. Pretending to be "Postracial": the spectacularization of race in reality TV's Survivor / Emily M. Drew -- Television's 'news' feminism: prime-time representations of women and victimization / Lisa M. Cuklanz and Sujata Moorti -- More than baby mamas: black mothers and hip-hop feminism / Marlo David -- 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 DeGenere's televised personalities / Candace Moore -- "Sexy like a girl and horny like a boy": contemporary gay "western" narratives about gay Asian men / Chong-suk Han -- When in Rome: heterosexism, homophobia and sports talk radio / David Nylund -- 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 -- Inventing the Cosmo girl: class identity and girl-style American dreams / Laurie Ouellette -- 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 hyperscrutiny in the gossip industry / Kristy Fairclough -- To see and be seen: celebrity practice on Twitter / Alive Marwick and danah boyd -- How to "use your Olympian": the paradox of athlete 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. That teenage feeling: Twilight, fantasy, and feminist readers / Anne Helen Petersen -- Deadly love: images of dating violence in the "Twilight Saga" / Victoria E. Collins and Dianne C. Carmody -- The white man's burden: Gonzo pornography and the construction of black masculinity / Gail Dines -- The pornography of everyday life / Jane Caputi -- There are bitches and hoes / Tricia Rose -- The limitations of the discourse of norms: gay visibility and degrees of transgression / Jay Clarkson -- Sex lives in Second Life / Robert Alan Brookey and Kristopher L. Cannon -- Queering Queer Eye: the stability of gay identity confronts the liminality of trans embodiment / E. Tristan Booth -- Part VI. Growing up with contemporary media. The future of childhood in the global television market / Dafna Lemish -- Growing up female in a celebrity-based pop culture/ Gail Dines -- La Princesa Plastica: hegemonic and oppositional representations of Latinidad in Hispanic Barbie / Karen Goldman -- Monarchs, monsters, and multiculturalism: Disney's menu for global hierarchy / Lee Artz -- Constructing the "new ethnicities": media, sexuality and diaspora identity in the lives of South Asian immigrant girls / Meenakshi Gigi Durham -- HIV on TV: conversations with young gay men / Kathleen P. Farrell -- Video games and machine dreams of domination / John Sanbonmatsu -- Strategic simulations and our past: the bias of computer games in the presentation of history / Kevin Schut -- "You play like a girl!" cross-gender competition and the uneven playing field / Elena Bertozzi
  • Part VII. Is TV for real? Six decades of social class in American television sitcoms / Richard Butsch -- Marketing "reality" to the world: Survivor, post-Fordism, and reality television / Chris Jordan -- Critiquing reality-based televisual Black fatherhood: a critical analysis of Run's House and Snoop Dogg's Father Hood / Debra C. Smith -- A shot at half-exposure: Asian Americans in reality TV shows / Grace Wang -- "Take responsibility for yourself": Judge Judy and the neoliberal citizen / Laurie Ouellette -- Television and the domestication of cosmetic surgery / Sue Tait -- Drama is the cure for gossip: television's turn to theatricality in a time of media transition / Abigail De Kosnik -- Free TV: file-sharing and the value of television / Michael Z. Newman -- Part VIII. Interactivity, 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 -- Showtime thinks, therefore I am: the corporate construction of "The Lesbian" on Sho.Com's The L Word site / Kelly Kessler -- Reading the romance of fan cultural production: music videos of a television lesbian couple / Eve Ng -- "Don't hate the player, hate the game": The racialization of labor in World of Warcraft / Lisa Nakamura -- Accidental activists: fan activism in the soap opera community / Melissa C. Scardaville -- Fan activists and the politics of race in The Last Airbender / Lori Kido Lopez -- GimpGirl grows up: women with disabilities rethinking, redefining, and reclaiming community / Jennifer Cole, Jason Nolan, Yukari Seko, Katherine Mancuso, and Alejandra Ospina -- The Latino cyber-moral panic process in the United States / Nadia Yamel Flores-Yeffal, Guadalupe Vidales, and April Plemons -- How it feels to be viral me: affective labor and Asian American YouTube performance / Christine Bacareza Balance
Control code
861755014
Dimensions
26 cm.
Edition
Fourth edition.
Extent
xiv, 761 pages
Isbn
9781452259062
Lccn
2013039084
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Label
Gender, race, and class in media : a critical reader, Gail Dines, Wheelock College, Jean M. Humez, University of Massachusetts, Boston, editors
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
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, William D. Hoynes, and Stefania Milan -- Hegemony / James Lull -- The internet's unholy marriage to capitalism / John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney -- Extreme makeover: home edition: an American fairy tale / Gareth Palmer -- 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 -- Watching television without pity: the productivity of online fans / Mark Andrejevic -- Reconsidering resistance and incorporation / Richard Butsch -- Part II. Representations of gender, race, and class. The whites of their eyes: racist ideologies and the media / Stuart Hall -- "Global motherhood": the transnational intimacies of white femininity / Raka Shome -- Pornographic eroticism and sexual grotesquerie in representations of African American sportswomen / James McKay and Helen Johnson -- Hetero Barbie? / Mary F. Rogers -- 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 -- Big talkers: Rush Limbaugh, conservative talk radio, and the defiant reassertion of white male authority / Jackson Katz
  • Part III. Reading media texts critically. Pretending to be "Postracial": the spectacularization of race in reality TV's Survivor / Emily M. Drew -- Television's 'news' feminism: prime-time representations of women and victimization / Lisa M. Cuklanz and Sujata Moorti -- More than baby mamas: black mothers and hip-hop feminism / Marlo David -- 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 DeGenere's televised personalities / Candace Moore -- "Sexy like a girl and horny like a boy": contemporary gay "western" narratives about gay Asian men / Chong-suk Han -- When in Rome: heterosexism, homophobia and sports talk radio / David Nylund -- 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 -- Inventing the Cosmo girl: class identity and girl-style American dreams / Laurie Ouellette -- 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 hyperscrutiny in the gossip industry / Kristy Fairclough -- To see and be seen: celebrity practice on Twitter / Alive Marwick and danah boyd -- How to "use your Olympian": the paradox of athlete 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. That teenage feeling: Twilight, fantasy, and feminist readers / Anne Helen Petersen -- Deadly love: images of dating violence in the "Twilight Saga" / Victoria E. Collins and Dianne C. Carmody -- The white man's burden: Gonzo pornography and the construction of black masculinity / Gail Dines -- The pornography of everyday life / Jane Caputi -- There are bitches and hoes / Tricia Rose -- The limitations of the discourse of norms: gay visibility and degrees of transgression / Jay Clarkson -- Sex lives in Second Life / Robert Alan Brookey and Kristopher L. Cannon -- Queering Queer Eye: the stability of gay identity confronts the liminality of trans embodiment / E. Tristan Booth -- Part VI. Growing up with contemporary media. The future of childhood in the global television market / Dafna Lemish -- Growing up female in a celebrity-based pop culture/ Gail Dines -- La Princesa Plastica: hegemonic and oppositional representations of Latinidad in Hispanic Barbie / Karen Goldman -- Monarchs, monsters, and multiculturalism: Disney's menu for global hierarchy / Lee Artz -- Constructing the "new ethnicities": media, sexuality and diaspora identity in the lives of South Asian immigrant girls / Meenakshi Gigi Durham -- HIV on TV: conversations with young gay men / Kathleen P. Farrell -- Video games and machine dreams of domination / John Sanbonmatsu -- Strategic simulations and our past: the bias of computer games in the presentation of history / Kevin Schut -- "You play like a girl!" cross-gender competition and the uneven playing field / Elena Bertozzi
  • Part VII. Is TV for real? Six decades of social class in American television sitcoms / Richard Butsch -- Marketing "reality" to the world: Survivor, post-Fordism, and reality television / Chris Jordan -- Critiquing reality-based televisual Black fatherhood: a critical analysis of Run's House and Snoop Dogg's Father Hood / Debra C. Smith -- A shot at half-exposure: Asian Americans in reality TV shows / Grace Wang -- "Take responsibility for yourself": Judge Judy and the neoliberal citizen / Laurie Ouellette -- Television and the domestication of cosmetic surgery / Sue Tait -- Drama is the cure for gossip: television's turn to theatricality in a time of media transition / Abigail De Kosnik -- Free TV: file-sharing and the value of television / Michael Z. Newman -- Part VIII. Interactivity, 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 -- Showtime thinks, therefore I am: the corporate construction of "The Lesbian" on Sho.Com's The L Word site / Kelly Kessler -- Reading the romance of fan cultural production: music videos of a television lesbian couple / Eve Ng -- "Don't hate the player, hate the game": The racialization of labor in World of Warcraft / Lisa Nakamura -- Accidental activists: fan activism in the soap opera community / Melissa C. Scardaville -- Fan activists and the politics of race in The Last Airbender / Lori Kido Lopez -- GimpGirl grows up: women with disabilities rethinking, redefining, and reclaiming community / Jennifer Cole, Jason Nolan, Yukari Seko, Katherine Mancuso, and Alejandra Ospina -- The Latino cyber-moral panic process in the United States / Nadia Yamel Flores-Yeffal, Guadalupe Vidales, and April Plemons -- How it feels to be viral me: affective labor and Asian American YouTube performance / Christine Bacareza Balance
Control code
861755014
Dimensions
26 cm.
Edition
Fourth edition.
Extent
xiv, 761 pages
Isbn
9781452259062
Lccn
2013039084
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.

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