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The Resource Race, gender, media : considering diversity across audiences, content, and producers, [edited by] Rebecca Ann Lind

Race, gender, media : considering diversity across audiences, content, and producers, [edited by] Rebecca Ann Lind

Label
Race, gender, media : considering diversity across audiences, content, and producers
Title
Race, gender, media
Title remainder
considering diversity across audiences, content, and producers
Statement of responsibility
[edited by] Rebecca Ann Lind
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
305.8
Index
no index present
LC call number
P94.5.M55
LC item number
R33 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Lind, Rebecca Ann
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Race relations in mass media
  • Gender identity in mass media
  • Massamedia
  • Etnische betrekkingen
  • Sekseverschillen
  • Geschlechterrolle
  • Massenmedien
  • Rassenbeziehung
  • USA
  • Gender identity in mass media
  • Race relations in mass media
Label
Race, gender, media : considering diversity across audiences, content, and producers, [edited by] Rebecca Ann Lind
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. Laying a foundation for studying race, gender, and the media -- pt. I. Audiences -- 2. Considerations of media effects -- 2.1. The social psychology of stereotypes : implications for media audiences / Bradley W. Gorham -- 2.2. All I really needed to know (about beauty) I learned by kindergarten : a cultivation analysis / Susannah R. Stern -- 2.3. Global media/local meanings / Larry Nathan Strelitz -- 2.4. Body image, mass media, self-concept / Michelle A. Wolf, Sandy Nichols, Dave Decelle -- 3. Audience reception, use, and interpretation of media content -- 3.1. "Why don't you act your color?" : preteen girls, identity, and popular music / Pamela J. Tracy -- 3.2. Consuming ethnic media, constructing ethnic identities, shaping communities : a case study of Greek Cypriots in London / Myria Georgiou -- 3.3. "Women who look like me" : cultural identity and reader responses to African American romance novels / Gwendolyn E. Osborne -- 3.4. Arguing over images : Native American mascots and race / C. Richard King -- 3.5. The relevance of race in interpreting a TV news story / Rebecca Ann Lind -- 3.6. Crossing the lines of gender and color : viewers respond to Fires in the mirror / Rob Baum -- 3.7. Bamboozled? : audience reactions to a Spike Lee film / Dwight E. Brooks, George L. Daniels
  • pt. II. Content -- 4. General considerations and overviews of media content -- 4.1. "The more you subtract, the more you add" : cutting girls down to size in advertising / Jean Kilbourne -- 4.2. Favoritism and identity in the mediation of sports / Susan Tyler Eastman -- 4.3. Interpreting media representation at the intersections of white and Christian supremacy / Jaideep Singh -- 4.4. Fears of difference and miscegenation : pro-segregation arguments from the 1950s to today / Thomas A. Moriarty -- 5. Journalistic issues : news, public affairs, sports content -- 5.1. Racialized portrayals of reporters and criminals on local television news / Travis L. Dixon -- 5.2. The face of the front page : a content analysis of U.S. newspapers / Cynthia M. Lont, M. Junior Bridge -- 5.3. "Outwhiting the whites" : an examination of the persistence of Asian American model minority discourse / Chiung Hwang Chen -- 5.4. Race, gender, and the O.J. Simpson case : how the media "framed" O.J. / Tom Grochowski -- 5.5. Framing feminism / Rebecca Ann Lind, Colleen Salo -- 5.6. Gender and sport media : sexual difference and SI for kids / Marie Hardin [and others] -- 6. Film -- 6.1. Race, hierarchy, and hyenaphobia in The lion king / Naomi R. Rockler -- 6.2. Destructive and constructive characterizations of women in Disney's Mulan / Katherine E. Bartnett -- 6.3. Savages, swine, and buffoons : Hollywood stereotypes of the Japanese, Germans, and Italians during World War II / Ralph R. Donald -- 6.4. Hip-hop sees no color : an exploration of privilege and power in Save the last dance / Leslie A. Grinner -- 7. Entertainment television -- 7.1. Color TV? : diversity in prime-time TV / Joan L. Conners -- 7.2. Talking about racism on the Oprah Winfrey show / Janice Peck -- 7.3. Masculinity and race in media : the case of the homicide detective / Erin MacDonald -- 8. Music -- 8.1. Eminem in mainstream public discourse : whiteness and the appropriation of Black masculinity / Jon B. Martin, Gust A. Yep -- 8.2. From "rico suave" to "livin' la vida loca" : a decade of evolution for Latino pop star images / Fernando Delgado, Bernadette Marie Calafell -- 8.3. "Music to riot by" : calls to racial violence in the Oi! music scene / Jody M. Roy -- 9. New media -- 9.1. Pixel pinups : images of women in video games / Nina B. Huntemann -- 9.2. Cyber-hate and the disinhibiting effects of anti-gay speech on the Internet / Cynthia A. Cooper -- 10. Representations of male-female relationships -- 10.1. Relationship self-help books, social expectations, and feminism / Felicia J. Slattery -- 10.2. Pornography in a pornographic culture : eroticizing domination and subordination / Robert Jensen, Gail Dines
  • pt. III. Production -- 11. Producing documentary and entertainment programming -- 11.1. "Who is the market for this film?" : the politics of distributing Mixing Nia / Ralina Landwehr Joseph -- 11.2. Barricaded intersections : Any day now and the struggle to examine ethnicity and gender / Amanda D. Lotz -- 11.3. Locating butch in Out of bounds : female football players, expressions of masculinity, and participatory cinema / Cynthia Conti -- 11.4. The Tom Joyner morning show : activist urban radio in the age of consolidation / George L. Daniels, Dwight E. Brooks -- 12. Blurring the lines : the audience as producer -- 12.1. "Are you a 'real' female?" : gender and authenticity in Asheron's call / Nora Madison Thompson, Jonathan T. Church -- 12.2. Performing masculinity, revisioning sexuality : adult Internet video sites / Marjorie Kibby, Brigid Costello -- 13. Employment issues : working in and for the media -- 13.1. The changing status of women in television and radio news / Vernon A. Stone -- 13.2. Women in British broadcasting : an examination of perceived opportunities and constraints / Rebecca Ann Lind -- 13.3. The wedding march : from elite to egalitarian / Tina Lesher -- 14. Epilogue : concluding thoughts and additional resources
Control code
52381536
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xi, 372 pages
Isbn
9780205344192
Lccn
2003052321
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)52381536
Label
Race, gender, media : considering diversity across audiences, content, and producers, [edited by] Rebecca Ann Lind
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. Laying a foundation for studying race, gender, and the media -- pt. I. Audiences -- 2. Considerations of media effects -- 2.1. The social psychology of stereotypes : implications for media audiences / Bradley W. Gorham -- 2.2. All I really needed to know (about beauty) I learned by kindergarten : a cultivation analysis / Susannah R. Stern -- 2.3. Global media/local meanings / Larry Nathan Strelitz -- 2.4. Body image, mass media, self-concept / Michelle A. Wolf, Sandy Nichols, Dave Decelle -- 3. Audience reception, use, and interpretation of media content -- 3.1. "Why don't you act your color?" : preteen girls, identity, and popular music / Pamela J. Tracy -- 3.2. Consuming ethnic media, constructing ethnic identities, shaping communities : a case study of Greek Cypriots in London / Myria Georgiou -- 3.3. "Women who look like me" : cultural identity and reader responses to African American romance novels / Gwendolyn E. Osborne -- 3.4. Arguing over images : Native American mascots and race / C. Richard King -- 3.5. The relevance of race in interpreting a TV news story / Rebecca Ann Lind -- 3.6. Crossing the lines of gender and color : viewers respond to Fires in the mirror / Rob Baum -- 3.7. Bamboozled? : audience reactions to a Spike Lee film / Dwight E. Brooks, George L. Daniels
  • pt. II. Content -- 4. General considerations and overviews of media content -- 4.1. "The more you subtract, the more you add" : cutting girls down to size in advertising / Jean Kilbourne -- 4.2. Favoritism and identity in the mediation of sports / Susan Tyler Eastman -- 4.3. Interpreting media representation at the intersections of white and Christian supremacy / Jaideep Singh -- 4.4. Fears of difference and miscegenation : pro-segregation arguments from the 1950s to today / Thomas A. Moriarty -- 5. Journalistic issues : news, public affairs, sports content -- 5.1. Racialized portrayals of reporters and criminals on local television news / Travis L. Dixon -- 5.2. The face of the front page : a content analysis of U.S. newspapers / Cynthia M. Lont, M. Junior Bridge -- 5.3. "Outwhiting the whites" : an examination of the persistence of Asian American model minority discourse / Chiung Hwang Chen -- 5.4. Race, gender, and the O.J. Simpson case : how the media "framed" O.J. / Tom Grochowski -- 5.5. Framing feminism / Rebecca Ann Lind, Colleen Salo -- 5.6. Gender and sport media : sexual difference and SI for kids / Marie Hardin [and others] -- 6. Film -- 6.1. Race, hierarchy, and hyenaphobia in The lion king / Naomi R. Rockler -- 6.2. Destructive and constructive characterizations of women in Disney's Mulan / Katherine E. Bartnett -- 6.3. Savages, swine, and buffoons : Hollywood stereotypes of the Japanese, Germans, and Italians during World War II / Ralph R. Donald -- 6.4. Hip-hop sees no color : an exploration of privilege and power in Save the last dance / Leslie A. Grinner -- 7. Entertainment television -- 7.1. Color TV? : diversity in prime-time TV / Joan L. Conners -- 7.2. Talking about racism on the Oprah Winfrey show / Janice Peck -- 7.3. Masculinity and race in media : the case of the homicide detective / Erin MacDonald -- 8. Music -- 8.1. Eminem in mainstream public discourse : whiteness and the appropriation of Black masculinity / Jon B. Martin, Gust A. Yep -- 8.2. From "rico suave" to "livin' la vida loca" : a decade of evolution for Latino pop star images / Fernando Delgado, Bernadette Marie Calafell -- 8.3. "Music to riot by" : calls to racial violence in the Oi! music scene / Jody M. Roy -- 9. New media -- 9.1. Pixel pinups : images of women in video games / Nina B. Huntemann -- 9.2. Cyber-hate and the disinhibiting effects of anti-gay speech on the Internet / Cynthia A. Cooper -- 10. Representations of male-female relationships -- 10.1. Relationship self-help books, social expectations, and feminism / Felicia J. Slattery -- 10.2. Pornography in a pornographic culture : eroticizing domination and subordination / Robert Jensen, Gail Dines
  • pt. III. Production -- 11. Producing documentary and entertainment programming -- 11.1. "Who is the market for this film?" : the politics of distributing Mixing Nia / Ralina Landwehr Joseph -- 11.2. Barricaded intersections : Any day now and the struggle to examine ethnicity and gender / Amanda D. Lotz -- 11.3. Locating butch in Out of bounds : female football players, expressions of masculinity, and participatory cinema / Cynthia Conti -- 11.4. The Tom Joyner morning show : activist urban radio in the age of consolidation / George L. Daniels, Dwight E. Brooks -- 12. Blurring the lines : the audience as producer -- 12.1. "Are you a 'real' female?" : gender and authenticity in Asheron's call / Nora Madison Thompson, Jonathan T. Church -- 12.2. Performing masculinity, revisioning sexuality : adult Internet video sites / Marjorie Kibby, Brigid Costello -- 13. Employment issues : working in and for the media -- 13.1. The changing status of women in television and radio news / Vernon A. Stone -- 13.2. Women in British broadcasting : an examination of perceived opportunities and constraints / Rebecca Ann Lind -- 13.3. The wedding march : from elite to egalitarian / Tina Lesher -- 14. Epilogue : concluding thoughts and additional resources
Control code
52381536
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xi, 372 pages
Isbn
9780205344192
Lccn
2003052321
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)52381536

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