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.
· 33 distinguished authors as well as new voices in the field combine their extensive and varied expertise to explain the social effects of media stereotyping.
· Includes historical and contemporary illustrations that range from editorial cartoons to the sinking of the Titanic
· Richly illustrated with historical and up-to-date photographic illustrations
· Every chapter's content is meticulously supported with numerous sources cited
· A glossary defines key words mentioned in the chapters
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We are all aware of problematic stereotypes and prejudices regarding ethnicity, race, or gender; indeed, there are many laws to discourage such discriminatory behavior. The reality is that detrimental stereotypes in the media are so numerous and pervasive that they negatively affect the entire American population—not just a minority of citizens.About the Author:
Susan Dente Ross is professor in the Department of English at Washington State University, Pullman, WA.
Paul Martin Lester is professor of communications at California State University, Fullerton, CA.
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