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Test Bank for Gender, Race, and Class in Media A Critical Reader 5th Edition Dines

Downloadable Instructor Test Bank for Gender, Race, and Class in Media A Critical Reader 5th Edition By Gail Dines, Jean M. Humez, Bill Yousman, Lori Bindig Yousman, ISBN: 9781506380100, ISBN: 9781544319964

Table Of Content

Part I: A Cultural Studies Approach to Media: Theory
by Douglas Kellner
Chapter 1: Cultural Studies, Multiculturalism, and Media Culture

 

by George Lipsitz
Chapter 2: The Meaning of Memory: Family, Class, and Ethnicity in Early Network Television Programs

 

by David P. Croteau and William D. Hoynes
Chapter 3: The Economics of the Media Industry

 

by James Lull
Chapter 4: Hegemony

 

by John Bellamy Foster & Robert W. McChesney
Chapter 5: The Internet’s Unholy Marriage to Capitalism

 

by Michael Morgan and James Shanahan
Chapter 6: Television and the Cultivation of Authoritarianism: A Return Visit from an Unexpected Friend

 

by Janice Radway
Chapter 7: Women Read the Romance: The Interaction of Text and Context

 

by Henry Jenkins III
Chapter 8: Star Trek Rerun, Reread, Rewritten: Fan Writing as Textual Poaching

 

by Richard Butsch
Chapter 9: Reconsidering Resistance and Incorporation
Part II: Representations of Gender, Race, and Class
by Wesley Morris
Chapter 10: The Year We Obsessed Over Identity

 

by Stuart Hall
Chapter 11: The Whites of Their Eyes: Racist Ideologies and the Media

 

C. Richard King
Chapter 12: Redskins: Insult and Brand (Introduction)

 

by James McKay and Helen Johnson
Chapter 13: Pornographic Eroticism and Sexual Grotesquerie in Representations of African-American Sportswomen

 

by Rosemary Pennington
Chapter 14: Dissolving the Other: Orientalism, Consumption, and Katy Perry’s Insatiable Dark Horse

 

by Raka Shome
Chapter 15: “Global Motherhood”: The Transnational Intimacies of White Femininity

 

by Kay Siebler
Chapter 16: Transgender Transitions: Sex/Gender Binaries in the Digital Age

 

by Michael J. Lee and Leigh Moscowitz
Chapter 17: The “Rich Bitch”: Class and Gender on the Real Housewives of New York City

 

by Jackson Katz
Chapter 18: From Rush Limbaugh to Donald Trump: Conservative Talk Radio and the Defiant Reassertion of White Male Authority
Part III: Reading Media Texts Critically
by Laurie Ouellette
Chapter 19: Inventing the Cosmo Girl: Class Identity and Girl-Style American Dreams

 

by Jamie Warner
Chapter 20: Political Culture Jamming: The Dissident Humor of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

 

by Gilad Padva
Chapter 21: Educating The Simpsons: Teaching Queer Representations in Contemporary Visual Media

 

by Candace Moore
Chapter 22: Resisting, Reiterating, and Dancing Through: The Swinging Closet Doors of Ellen DeGeneres’s Televised Personalities

 

by David Nylund
Chapter 23: When in Rome: Heterosexism, Homophobia and Sports Talk Radio

 

by Shannon E. M. O’Sullivan
Chapter 24: Playing “Redneck”: White Masculinity and Working-Class Performance on Duck Dynasty

 

by Guillermo Rebollo-Gil and Amanda
Chapter 25: Black Women and Black Men in Hip Hop Music: Misogyny, Violence and the Negotiation of (White-Owned) Space

 

by Bill Yousman
Chapter 26: “[In]Justice Rolls Down Like Water…” Challenging White Supremacy in Media Constructions of Crime and Punishment
Part IV: Advertising and Consumer Culture
by Sut Jhally
Chapter 27: Image-Based Culture: Advertising and Popular Culture

 

by Juliet Schor
Chapter 28: The New Politics of Consumption: Why Americans Want So Much More Than They Need

 

by Ian Bogost
Chapter 29: Pepsi’s New Ad is a Total Success

 

by Gloria Steinem
Chapter 30: Sex, Lies, and Advertising

 

by Rosalind Gill
Chapter 31: Supersexualize Me! Advertising and the “Midriffs”

 

by Dara Persis Murray
Chapter 32: Branding “Real” Social Change in Dove’s Campaign for Real Beauty

 

by Kirsty Fairclough
Chapter 33: Nothing Less Than Perfect: Female Celebrity, Ageing, and Hyperscrutiny in the Gossip Industry

 

by Momin Rahman and Sean Lockwood
Chapter 34: How to “Use your Olympian”: The Paradox of Athletic Authenticity and Commercialization in the Contemporary Olympic Games

 

by Jonathan Hardy
Chapter 35: Mapping Commercial Intertextuality: HBO’s True Blood
Part V: Representing Sexualities
by Robert Jensen
Chapter 36: Pornographic Values: Hierarchy and Hubris

 

by Gail Dines
Chapter 37: “There is no such thing as IT”: Toward a Critical Understanding of the Porn Industry

 

by Jane Caputi
Chapter 38: The Pornography of Everyday Life

 

by Victoria E. Collins and Dianne C. Carmody
Chapter 39: Deadly Love: Images of Dating Violence in the “Twilight Saga”

 

by Frederik Dhaenens and Sander De Ridder
Chapter 40: Resistant Masculinities in Alternative R&B? Understanding Frank Ocean and The Weeknd’s Representations of Gender

 

by Jay Clarkson
Chapter 41: The Limitations of the Discourse of Norms: Gay Visibility and Degrees of Transgression

 

by Mary F. Rogers
Chapter 42: Hetero Barbie?

 

by Joanna Mansbridge
Chapter 43: Fantasies of Exposure: Belly Dancing, the Veil, and the Drag of History
Part VI: Growing Up with Contemporary Media
by Dafna Lemish
Chapter 44: The Future of Childhood in the Global Television Market

 

by Lee Artz
Chapter 45: Disney: 21st Century Leader in Animating Global Inequality

 

by Karen Goldman
Chapter 46: La Princesa Plastica: Hegemonic and Oppositional Representations of Latinidad in Hispanic Barbie

 

by Gail Dines
Chapter 47: Growing Up Female in a Celebrity-Based Pop

 

by Sue Jackson and Tiina Vares
Chapter 48: “Too many bad role models for us girls”: Girls, Female Pop Celebrities and “Sexualization”

 

by Michael Salter
Chapter 49: Privates in the Online Public: Sex(ting) and Reputation on Social Media

 

by John Sanbonmatsu
Chapter 50: Video Games: Machine Dreams of Domination

 

by Elena Bertozzi
Chapter 51: “You Play Like a Girl”: Cross-Gender Competition and the Uneven Playing Field
Part VII: Still Watching Television in the Digital Age
by Richard Butsch
Chapter 52: Why Television Sitcoms Kept Re-creating Male Working-Class Buffoons for Decades

 

by Chris Jordan
Chapter 53: Marketing “Reality” to the World: Survivor, Post-Fordism, and Reality Television

 

by Grace Wang
Chapter 54: A Shot at Half-Exposure: Asian Americans in Reality TV Shows

 

by Kristen Warner
Chapter 55: The Racial Logic of Grey’s Anatomy: Shonda Rhimes and Her “Post-Civil Rights, Post-Feminist” Series

 

by Daniela Mastrocola
Chapter 56: Performing Class: Gilmore Girls and a Classless Neoliberal ‘Middle-Class’

 

by Hannah Mueller
Chapter 57: Don’t Drop the Soap vs. the Soap Opera: The Representation of Male and Female Prisoners on U.S. Television

 

by Douglas Kellner
Chapter 58: Donald Trump and the Politics of Spectacle

 

by Mareike Jenner
Chapter 59: Is this TVIV? On Netflix, TVIII and Binge-Watching
Part VIII Social Media, Virtual Community, and Fandom
by Henry Jenkins III
Chapter 60: Pop Cosmopolitanism: Mapping Cultural Flows in an Age of Convergence

 

by Christian Fuchs
Chapter 61: The Political Economy of Privacy on Facebook

 

by Alice Marwick and Danah Boyd
Chapter 62: To See and Be Seen: Celebrity Practice on Twitter

 

by Andrea Braithwaite
Chapter 63: It’s About Ethics in Games Journalism? Gamergaters and Geek Masculinity

 

by Lisa Nakamura
Chapter 64: “Don’t Hate the Player, Hate the Game”: The Racialization of Labor in World of Warcraft

 

by Jennifer Cole, Jason Nolan, Yukari Seko, Katherine Mancuso, and Alejandra Ospina
Chapter 65: GimpGirl Grows Up: Women With Disabilities Rethinking, Redefining, and Reclaiming Community

 

by Christine Bacareza Balance
Chapter 66: How It Feels to Be Viral Me: Affective Labor and Asian American YouTube Performance

 

by Nadia Yamel Flores-Yeffal, Guadalupe Vidales, and April Plemons
Chapter 67: The Latino Cyber-Moral Panic Process in the United States

 

by Yarimar Bonilla and Jonathan Rosa
Chapter 68: #Ferguson: Digital Protest, Hashtag Ethnography, and the Racial Politics of Social Media in the United States

 

Jackson Katz
From Rush Limbaugh to Donald Trump: Conservative talk radio and the defiant reassertion of white male authority

 

Hannah Mueller
Don’t Drop the Soap vs. the Soap Opera: The Representation of Male and Female Prisoners on US Television

 

Jane Caputi
The Pornography of Everyday Life

 

John Sanbonmatsu
Video Games: Machine Dreams of Domination

 

Richard Butsch
Why Television Sitcoms Kept Recreating Male Working-Class Buffoons for Decades

 

William Yousman
“[In]Justice Rolls Down Like Water…”
Challenging White Supremacy in Media Constructions
of Crime and Punishment”