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The Resource Gender, race, and class in media : a text-reader, edited by Gail Dines & Jean M. Humez

Gender, race, and class in media : a text-reader, edited by Gail Dines & Jean M. Humez

Label
Gender, race, and class in media : a text-reader
Title
Gender, race, and class in media
Title remainder
a text-reader
Statement of responsibility
edited by Gail Dines & Jean M. Humez
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
302.03/0973
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
P96.S452
LC item number
U64 1995
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1944-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Dines, Gail
  • Humez, Jean McMahon
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Sex in mass media
  • Mass media and sex
  • Mass media and race relations
  • African Americans in mass media
  • Social classes in mass media
  • Mass media
  • Popular culture
  • United States
Label
Gender, race, and class in media : a text-reader, edited by Gail Dines & Jean M. Humez
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 576-620) 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
  • Bell Hooks
  • The visibility of race and media history
  • Jane Rhodes
  • The silenced majority : why the average working person has disappeared from American media and culture
  • Barbara Ehrenreich
  • The meaning of memory : family, class and ethnicity in early network television
  • George Lipsitz
  • The color purple : Black women as cultural readers
  • Jacqueline Bobo
  • Out of the mainstream : sexual minorities and the mass media
  • pt. I. A cultural studies approach to gender, race and class in the media.
  • Larry Gross
  • pt. II. Advertising.
  • Image-based culture : advertising and popular culture
  • Sut Jhally
  • Constructing and addressing the audience as commodity
  • Robert Goldman
  • The Black experience in advertising : an interview with Thomas J. Burrell
  • Marsha Cassidy, Richard Katula
  • Different children, different dreams : racial representation in advertising
  • Ellen Seiter
  • Cultural studies, multiculturalism and media culture
  • Separate but not equal : racial segmentation in cigarette advertising
  • Richard W. Pollay, Jung S. Lee, David Carter-Whitney
  • Sex, lies and advertising
  • Gloria Steinem
  • Beauty and the beast of advertising
  • Jean Kilbourne
  • Reading images critically : toward a postmodern peadagogy
  • Douglas Kellner
  • Advertising and the construction of violent white masculinity
  • Jackson Katz
  • Douglas Kellner
  • Commodity lesbianism
  • Danae Clark
  • Watching the girls go buy : shop-at-home television
  • Mimi White --
  • The whites of their eyes : racist ideologies and the media
  • Stuart Hall
  • White negroes
  • Jan Nederveen Pieterse
  • Madonna : plantation mistress or soul sister?
  • Janice A. Radway
  • The traditional romance formula
  • Marilyn M. Lowery
  • What's in a pseudonym : romance slaves of harlequin
  • Richard W. Pollak
  • pt. IV. Modes of sexual representation II-- Pornography
  • Pornography and male supremacy
  • Andrea Dworkin
  • Misguided, dangerous and wrong : an analysis of anti-pornography politics
  • Gayle Rubin
  • pt. III. Modes of sexual representation I-- Romance novels and slasher films.
  • "I buy it for the articles" : Playboy magazine and the sexualization of consumerism
  • Gail Dines
  • Towards a feminist erotica
  • Kathy Myers
  • Lawless seeing
  • Annette Kuhn
  • Pornography and Black women's bodies
  • Patricia Hill Collins
  • Racism in pornography
  • Alice Mayall and Diana E. H. Russell
  • Her body, himself : gender in the slasher film
  • Pornography and the limits of experimental research
  • Robert Jensen
  • Confessions of a feminist porn watcher
  • Scott MacDonald
  • Surviving commercial sexual exploitation
  • Evelina Giobbe --
  • Carol J. Clover
  • Do slasher films breed real-life violence?
  • Alison Bass
  • Mass market romance : pornography for women is different
  • Ann Barr Snitow
  • Women read the romance : the interaction of text and context
  • Tania Modleski
  • Women watching together : an ethnographic study of Korean soap opera fans in the United States
  • Minu Lee, Chong Heup Cho
  • Home, home on the remote : does fascination with TV technology create male-dominated family entertainment?
  • Constellation of voices : how talkshows work
  • Wayne Munson
  • Daytime inquiries
  • Elayne Rapping
  • His name was not on the list : the soap opera updates of ti-rone as resistance to symbolic annihilation
  • Gloria Abernathy-Lear
  • pt. V. TV by day.
  • pt. VI. TV by night.
  • Ralph, Fred, Archie and Homer : why television keeps recreating the white male working-class buffoon
  • Richard Butsch
  • Is this what you mean by color TV? Race, gender, and contested meanings in NBC's Julia
  • Aniko Bodroghkozy
  • Television's realist portrayal of African-American women and the case of L.A. Law
  • Jane Rhodes
  • Television, Black Americans and the American dream
  • Herman Gray
  • Laughing across the color barrier : In living color
  • Daze of our lives : the soap opera as feminine text
  • Norma Miriam Schulman
  • The movie of the week
  • Elayne Rapping
  • Defining women : the case of Cagney and Lacey
  • Julie D'Acci
  • Subversive sitcoms : Roseanne as inspiration for feminist resistance
  • Janet Lee
  • Confessions of a sitcom junkie
  • Sarah Schuyler --
  • Deborah D. Rogers
  • Race, sexuality and class in Soapland
  • Karen Lindsey
  • Gendered television : femininity
  • John Fiske
  • The search for tomorrow in today's soap operas
  • Kristal Brent Zook
  • It's my thang and I'll swing it the way that I feel! Sexuality and Black women rappers
  • Imani Perry
  • "Fear of a Black planet" : rap music and Black cultural politics in the 1990s
  • Tricia Rose
  • Imitation of life
  • James Ledbetter
  • Afterword : Media activism.
  • The question of violence : the power and the peril
  • George Gerbner
  • pt. VII. Music videos and rap music : cultural conflict and control in the age of the image.
  • A post/modernist moment : 1980s commercial culture and the founding of MTV
  • John Pettegrew
  • Form and female authorship in music video
  • Lisa A. Lewis
  • The effects of race, gender, and fandom on audience interpretations of Madonna's music videos
  • Jane D. Brown, Laurie Schulze
  • Reconstructions of nationalist thought in Black music and culture
Control code
ocm30978901
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xxi, 648 pages
Isbn
9780803951631
Lccn
94022960
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 158790
  • (OCoLC)30978901
Label
Gender, race, and class in media : a text-reader, edited by Gail Dines & Jean M. Humez
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 576-620) 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
  • Bell Hooks
  • The visibility of race and media history
  • Jane Rhodes
  • The silenced majority : why the average working person has disappeared from American media and culture
  • Barbara Ehrenreich
  • The meaning of memory : family, class and ethnicity in early network television
  • George Lipsitz
  • The color purple : Black women as cultural readers
  • Jacqueline Bobo
  • Out of the mainstream : sexual minorities and the mass media
  • pt. I. A cultural studies approach to gender, race and class in the media.
  • Larry Gross
  • pt. II. Advertising.
  • Image-based culture : advertising and popular culture
  • Sut Jhally
  • Constructing and addressing the audience as commodity
  • Robert Goldman
  • The Black experience in advertising : an interview with Thomas J. Burrell
  • Marsha Cassidy, Richard Katula
  • Different children, different dreams : racial representation in advertising
  • Ellen Seiter
  • Cultural studies, multiculturalism and media culture
  • Separate but not equal : racial segmentation in cigarette advertising
  • Richard W. Pollay, Jung S. Lee, David Carter-Whitney
  • Sex, lies and advertising
  • Gloria Steinem
  • Beauty and the beast of advertising
  • Jean Kilbourne
  • Reading images critically : toward a postmodern peadagogy
  • Douglas Kellner
  • Advertising and the construction of violent white masculinity
  • Jackson Katz
  • Douglas Kellner
  • Commodity lesbianism
  • Danae Clark
  • Watching the girls go buy : shop-at-home television
  • Mimi White --
  • The whites of their eyes : racist ideologies and the media
  • Stuart Hall
  • White negroes
  • Jan Nederveen Pieterse
  • Madonna : plantation mistress or soul sister?
  • Janice A. Radway
  • The traditional romance formula
  • Marilyn M. Lowery
  • What's in a pseudonym : romance slaves of harlequin
  • Richard W. Pollak
  • pt. IV. Modes of sexual representation II-- Pornography
  • Pornography and male supremacy
  • Andrea Dworkin
  • Misguided, dangerous and wrong : an analysis of anti-pornography politics
  • Gayle Rubin
  • pt. III. Modes of sexual representation I-- Romance novels and slasher films.
  • "I buy it for the articles" : Playboy magazine and the sexualization of consumerism
  • Gail Dines
  • Towards a feminist erotica
  • Kathy Myers
  • Lawless seeing
  • Annette Kuhn
  • Pornography and Black women's bodies
  • Patricia Hill Collins
  • Racism in pornography
  • Alice Mayall and Diana E. H. Russell
  • Her body, himself : gender in the slasher film
  • Pornography and the limits of experimental research
  • Robert Jensen
  • Confessions of a feminist porn watcher
  • Scott MacDonald
  • Surviving commercial sexual exploitation
  • Evelina Giobbe --
  • Carol J. Clover
  • Do slasher films breed real-life violence?
  • Alison Bass
  • Mass market romance : pornography for women is different
  • Ann Barr Snitow
  • Women read the romance : the interaction of text and context
  • Tania Modleski
  • Women watching together : an ethnographic study of Korean soap opera fans in the United States
  • Minu Lee, Chong Heup Cho
  • Home, home on the remote : does fascination with TV technology create male-dominated family entertainment?
  • Constellation of voices : how talkshows work
  • Wayne Munson
  • Daytime inquiries
  • Elayne Rapping
  • His name was not on the list : the soap opera updates of ti-rone as resistance to symbolic annihilation
  • Gloria Abernathy-Lear
  • pt. V. TV by day.
  • pt. VI. TV by night.
  • Ralph, Fred, Archie and Homer : why television keeps recreating the white male working-class buffoon
  • Richard Butsch
  • Is this what you mean by color TV? Race, gender, and contested meanings in NBC's Julia
  • Aniko Bodroghkozy
  • Television's realist portrayal of African-American women and the case of L.A. Law
  • Jane Rhodes
  • Television, Black Americans and the American dream
  • Herman Gray
  • Laughing across the color barrier : In living color
  • Daze of our lives : the soap opera as feminine text
  • Norma Miriam Schulman
  • The movie of the week
  • Elayne Rapping
  • Defining women : the case of Cagney and Lacey
  • Julie D'Acci
  • Subversive sitcoms : Roseanne as inspiration for feminist resistance
  • Janet Lee
  • Confessions of a sitcom junkie
  • Sarah Schuyler --
  • Deborah D. Rogers
  • Race, sexuality and class in Soapland
  • Karen Lindsey
  • Gendered television : femininity
  • John Fiske
  • The search for tomorrow in today's soap operas
  • Kristal Brent Zook
  • It's my thang and I'll swing it the way that I feel! Sexuality and Black women rappers
  • Imani Perry
  • "Fear of a Black planet" : rap music and Black cultural politics in the 1990s
  • Tricia Rose
  • Imitation of life
  • James Ledbetter
  • Afterword : Media activism.
  • The question of violence : the power and the peril
  • George Gerbner
  • pt. VII. Music videos and rap music : cultural conflict and control in the age of the image.
  • A post/modernist moment : 1980s commercial culture and the founding of MTV
  • John Pettegrew
  • Form and female authorship in music video
  • Lisa A. Lewis
  • The effects of race, gender, and fandom on audience interpretations of Madonna's music videos
  • Jane D. Brown, Laurie Schulze
  • Reconstructions of nationalist thought in Black music and culture
Control code
ocm30978901
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xxi, 648 pages
Isbn
9780803951631
Lccn
94022960
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 158790
  • (OCoLC)30978901

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