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Images That Injure Pictorial Stereotypes in the Media

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ISBN-10: 0313378924

ISBN-13: 9780313378928

Edition: 3rd 2011 (Revised)

Authors: Susan Dente Ross, Paul Martin Lester

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This expanded collection of new and fully revised explorations of media content identifies the ways we all have been negatively stereotyped and demonstrates how careful analysis of media portrayals can create more beneficial alternatives.
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Book details

List price: $60.00
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, LLC
Publication date: 4/19/2011
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 460
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.2
Language: English

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Marking and Demarking: Images, Narratives, and Identities
Ethical Responsibilities and the Power of Pictures
Stereotypes, the Media, and Photojournalism
Images in Readers' Construction of News Narratives
The Dangers of Dehumanization: Diminishing Humanity in Image and Deed
Images That Empower and Heal: Lessons from Migrant Mothers Migrant Meanings
Images of Race and Ethnicity
The Lenape: Cultural Survival or Assimilation?
Marketing the Sacred: Commodifying Native-American Cultural Images
African-American Images in the News: Understanding the Past to Improve Future Portrayals
Racial Passing: Images of Mulattos, Mestizos, and Eurasians
Exile and Erasure: The African-American Cinderella and the Asian-American Prince
Delimiting, Denying, and Selling Our Gender and Sexuality
Shepard's Fence: An Iconic Image Examined
Selling Sex
Hard Targets: Men as a Disposable Sex
Ain't the Barbie Doll Type: Images in the Music Video �Redneck Woman�
Archetypes: Transcending Stereotypes of Feminine and Masculine in the Theatre of Mediatypes
Images of Age, Illness, and the Body
No Kidding: Using Mediated Images of Children to Sell Programs, Products, and Pleasure
Pepsi's Generation Gap
Tramp Stamps and Tribal Bands: Stereotypes of the Body Modified
Media Myths and Breast Cancer Deni Elliott
Invisible No Longer: Images of Disability in the Media
Images Shaping and Constraining Religions and Ethnicities
Television News, Jewish Youth, and Self-image
Mass Media's Mexican Americans
Drawing Dehumanization: Exterminating the Enemy in Editorial Cartoons
Gulf Arabs: From Caricatures to Image Managers
Beyond the Crisis Narrative: Muslim Voices in the Web Era
Images of Inside, Outside, and Other
Minding the Borders: Images of Haitian Immigrants in the United States
Exotic Babies for Sale
Virtual World Stereotypes
Editorial Cartoons and Stereotypes of Politicians
Conclusion: Ethics in a New Key
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