The Media Gaze: Representations of Diversities in Canada

The Media Gaze: Representations of Diversities in Canada

By: Augie Fleras (author)Paperback

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A long-overdue exploration of Canadian media bias that will be of interest to students in communications, sociology, gender, and critical race studies.

About Author

Augie Fleras is a professor of sociology at the University of Waterloo.


Preface Part 1: Seeing Like the Mainstream Media 1 Disassembling Media 101 2 Conceptualizing Media Gazes Part 2: Media Acting Badly - The Politics of Media Gazes 3 Racialized Media, Mediated Racism 4 A Gendered Media: Male Media Gazes in a Feminist World 5 Media, Classed: Framing the Rich, the Poor, and the Working In-Between 6 Sexuality in the Media: The New Media Gays 7 Engaging Age(ism): Young Adults, Older Adults Part 3: The (Mis)Representational Processes - Case Studies in Seeing Like the Media 8 Racializing Immigrants/Refugees: News Framing the Other Within 9 Advertising Beauty: What Is Dove Really Doing? 10 Reclaiming a Muscular Masculinity: Televising a Working-Class Heroic / With the assistance of Dr. Shane Dixon 11 Framing Religion: Media Blind Spot or Coverage That Blinds? Part 4: Gazing against the Grain - Toward an Oppositional Media Gaze 12 Social Media as Oppositional Gaze 13 Unsilencing Aboriginal Voices: Toward an Indigenous Media Gaze 14 Ethnic Media: "Empowering the People" Conclusion: Re-engaging the Media Gaze References Index

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780774821377
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 314
  • ID: 9780774821377
  • weight: 420
  • ISBN10: 077482137X

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