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The Resource Media messages : what film, television, and popular music teach us about race, class, gender, and sexual orientation, Linda Holtzman, Webster University, Leon Sharpe, Webster University ; with the assistance of Joseph Farand Gardner

Media messages : what film, television, and popular music teach us about race, class, gender, and sexual orientation, Linda Holtzman, Webster University, Leon Sharpe, Webster University ; with the assistance of Joseph Farand Gardner

Label
Media messages : what film, television, and popular music teach us about race, class, gender, and sexual orientation
Title
Media messages
Title remainder
what film, television, and popular music teach us about race, class, gender, and sexual orientation
Statement of responsibility
Linda Holtzman, Webster University, Leon Sharpe, Webster University ; with the assistance of Joseph Farand Gardner
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book reveals how the popular media contributes to widespread myths and misunderstanding about cultural diversity. Along with updated media examples, expanded theories and analysis, this edition explores even more deeply the coverage of race in two chapters, discusses more broadly how men and boys are depicted in the media and socialized, and how class issues have become even more visible during the Great Recession of the 21st century and the Occupy movement
Cataloging source
DLC
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1949-
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Holtzman, Linda
Dewey number
302.23
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
P94.5.M552
LC item number
U646 2014
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1951-
  • 1975-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Sharpe, Leon
  • Gardner, Joseph Farand
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Mass media and race relations
  • Mass media and sex
  • Mass media
  • Popular culture
  • Social classes
  • United States
  • Mass media and race relations
  • Mass media and sex
  • Mass media
  • Popular culture
  • Social classes
  • Social history
  • United States
Label
Media messages : what film, television, and popular music teach us about race, class, gender, and sexual orientation, Linda Holtzman, Webster University, Leon Sharpe, Webster University ; with the assistance of Joseph Farand Gardner
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. The connections : life, knowledge, and media -- Personal experience -- Reconstructing knowledge -- The process of socialization -- Social Cognitive Theory -- The social self -- Liberation Theory -- Cultural Competence Theory -- The fabric of oppression -- The cycle of socialization -- Entertainment media -- Entertainment Assessment theories -- The processes of selection -- Media literacy -- Cultural studies -- Analysis of media production and economy -- Cultural indicators analysis -- Entertainment assessment tools -- Character investigation -- Examination of themes -- 2. Gender : in pink and blue and vivid color -- Personal experience and gender -- Reconstructing knowledge and gender -- Gender and U.S. history -- The Women's MOvement and feminism -- Education : what you know and how you know it -- Gender disparities in employment, income, and occupational status -- Gender identity and self-esteem -- Gender Theory -- Consequences of socialization of men and women -- Gender and entertainment media -- Prime-time television content analysis -- Television as a tool of culture -- Prime-time television : employment and economics -- Gender ideology in entertainment media -- Film -- Gender and popular music -- The complexity of gender targeting -- Gender diversity and social power -- 3. Is the United States a classless society? -- Personal experience and class -- Reconstructing knowledge and class -- Early U.S. history -- The Twentieth Century -- The Great Depression -- Post-World War II -- Indicators of class in the United States in the mid- to late Twentieth Century -- The Twenty-First Century -- Causes of the Great Recession -- A snapshot of the consequences of the Great Recession -- High cost of being poor -- The American Dream -- From invisible to visible : class and the "Occupy" Movement -- Entertainment media and class -- Prime-time television and class -- Popular film -- A brief history of class in feature films -- Music and class -- Audience segmentation through radio and the Internet -- Musical genres -- Popular music --
  • 4. Racing in America : fact or fiction? -- Linda's story -- Leon's story -- Meeting at the crossroads : how our stories converge -- The American racial discourse : then and now -- Reconstructing knowledge and race -- Theories and constructs of race -- The social and psychological impact of race -- The science and pseudoscience of race -- Stories and counterstories : decoding the master script -- Stories of race, racism, and resistance in the United States -- American Indians -- African Americans -- African civilization and the European slave trade -- The enslaved family -- Contemporary conditions for African Americans -- Latinas;Latinos or Hispanics -- Mexican Americans or Chicanos -- Puerto Ricans -- Cuban Americans -- Asian Americans -- Chinese Americans -- Japanese Americans -- Southeast Asians -- Multiracial Americans -- European Americans or Whites -- Becoming white in America -- White privilege, internalized White Supremacy, and the benefits of being considered white in the United States -- White allies -- 5. Stories of race in popular culture -- Entertainment media and race -- American Indians in entertainment media -- Prime-time television and American Indians -- American Indians and film -- Asians and Pacific Islanders in entertainment media -- Asians and Pacific Islanders and popular music -- Asians and Pacific Islanders and film -- Asians and Pacific Islanders and prime-time television -- Latinas/Latinos in entertainment media -- Latinas/Latinos and film -- Latinas/Latinos and television -- African Americans in entertainment media -- African Americans and film -- African Americans and popular music -- African Americans and prime-time television -- 6. Sexual orientation and the fabrication of "normal" -- Personal experience -- Linda's story -- Leon's story -- Reconstructing knowledge and sexual orientation -- Terminology and its evolution -- Theories and history of sexual orientation in the United States -- Sexual orientation in U.S. history -- Before World War II -- After World War II -- Stonewall and its aftermath -- Developments in the Twenty-first Century -- Religion and sexual orientation -- Protestant perspectives on sexual orientation -- Catholic perspectives on sexual orientation -- Jewish perspectives on sexual orientation -- Islamic perspectives on sexual orientation -- Sexual orientation and entertainment media -- The popular media industry and sexual orientation -- Prime-time television and sexual orientation -- Popular music and sexual orientation -- Sexual orientation and film
Control code
856647642
Dimensions
27 cm
Edition
Second edition
Extent
xxiii, 534 pages
Isbn
9780765617576
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2013030673
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)856647642
Label
Media messages : what film, television, and popular music teach us about race, class, gender, and sexual orientation, Linda Holtzman, Webster University, Leon Sharpe, Webster University ; with the assistance of Joseph Farand Gardner
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. The connections : life, knowledge, and media -- Personal experience -- Reconstructing knowledge -- The process of socialization -- Social Cognitive Theory -- The social self -- Liberation Theory -- Cultural Competence Theory -- The fabric of oppression -- The cycle of socialization -- Entertainment media -- Entertainment Assessment theories -- The processes of selection -- Media literacy -- Cultural studies -- Analysis of media production and economy -- Cultural indicators analysis -- Entertainment assessment tools -- Character investigation -- Examination of themes -- 2. Gender : in pink and blue and vivid color -- Personal experience and gender -- Reconstructing knowledge and gender -- Gender and U.S. history -- The Women's MOvement and feminism -- Education : what you know and how you know it -- Gender disparities in employment, income, and occupational status -- Gender identity and self-esteem -- Gender Theory -- Consequences of socialization of men and women -- Gender and entertainment media -- Prime-time television content analysis -- Television as a tool of culture -- Prime-time television : employment and economics -- Gender ideology in entertainment media -- Film -- Gender and popular music -- The complexity of gender targeting -- Gender diversity and social power -- 3. Is the United States a classless society? -- Personal experience and class -- Reconstructing knowledge and class -- Early U.S. history -- The Twentieth Century -- The Great Depression -- Post-World War II -- Indicators of class in the United States in the mid- to late Twentieth Century -- The Twenty-First Century -- Causes of the Great Recession -- A snapshot of the consequences of the Great Recession -- High cost of being poor -- The American Dream -- From invisible to visible : class and the "Occupy" Movement -- Entertainment media and class -- Prime-time television and class -- Popular film -- A brief history of class in feature films -- Music and class -- Audience segmentation through radio and the Internet -- Musical genres -- Popular music --
  • 4. Racing in America : fact or fiction? -- Linda's story -- Leon's story -- Meeting at the crossroads : how our stories converge -- The American racial discourse : then and now -- Reconstructing knowledge and race -- Theories and constructs of race -- The social and psychological impact of race -- The science and pseudoscience of race -- Stories and counterstories : decoding the master script -- Stories of race, racism, and resistance in the United States -- American Indians -- African Americans -- African civilization and the European slave trade -- The enslaved family -- Contemporary conditions for African Americans -- Latinas;Latinos or Hispanics -- Mexican Americans or Chicanos -- Puerto Ricans -- Cuban Americans -- Asian Americans -- Chinese Americans -- Japanese Americans -- Southeast Asians -- Multiracial Americans -- European Americans or Whites -- Becoming white in America -- White privilege, internalized White Supremacy, and the benefits of being considered white in the United States -- White allies -- 5. Stories of race in popular culture -- Entertainment media and race -- American Indians in entertainment media -- Prime-time television and American Indians -- American Indians and film -- Asians and Pacific Islanders in entertainment media -- Asians and Pacific Islanders and popular music -- Asians and Pacific Islanders and film -- Asians and Pacific Islanders and prime-time television -- Latinas/Latinos in entertainment media -- Latinas/Latinos and film -- Latinas/Latinos and television -- African Americans in entertainment media -- African Americans and film -- African Americans and popular music -- African Americans and prime-time television -- 6. Sexual orientation and the fabrication of "normal" -- Personal experience -- Linda's story -- Leon's story -- Reconstructing knowledge and sexual orientation -- Terminology and its evolution -- Theories and history of sexual orientation in the United States -- Sexual orientation in U.S. history -- Before World War II -- After World War II -- Stonewall and its aftermath -- Developments in the Twenty-first Century -- Religion and sexual orientation -- Protestant perspectives on sexual orientation -- Catholic perspectives on sexual orientation -- Jewish perspectives on sexual orientation -- Islamic perspectives on sexual orientation -- Sexual orientation and entertainment media -- The popular media industry and sexual orientation -- Prime-time television and sexual orientation -- Popular music and sexual orientation -- Sexual orientation and film
Control code
856647642
Dimensions
27 cm
Edition
Second edition
Extent
xxiii, 534 pages
Isbn
9780765617576
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2013030673
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)856647642

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