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How Television Shapes Our Worldview: Media Representations of Social Trends and Change

edited by Deborah A. Macey, Kathleen M. Ryan, and Noah J. Springer
Format
Book
Published
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 2014.
Language
English
Variant Title
Media representations of social trends and change
ISBN
9780739187043, 073918704X, 9780739187050 (electronic), 9780739194126, 0739194127
Contents
  • Introduction / Deborah A. Macey, Kathleen M. Ryan and Noah J. Springer
  • Not necessarily the news. A bigger screen for a narrower view / Jack A. Barwind, Philip J. Salem, and Robert D. Gratz
  • Measuring the messenger: analyzing bias in Presidential election return coverage / Kahtleen M. Ryan, Lane Clegg, and Joy C. Mapaye
  • Television, Islam, and the invisible: narratives on terrorism and immigration / Tim Karis
  • Boy (and girl) meets world. "Your dreams were your ticket out": how mass media's teachers constructed one educator's identity / Edward A. Janak
  • Defying gravity: Fox's Glee provides a forum for queer teen representation / Katherine J. Lehman
  • Friendship and the single girl: what we learned about feminism and friendship from sitcom women in the 1960s and 1970s / Cindy Conaway and Peggy Tally
  • America's most wanted. Epic failures: media framing and the ethics of scapegoating in baseball / Chandler Harris and Lauren Lemley
  • Eyewitnesses to tv versions of reality: the relationship between exposure to tv crime dramas and perceptions of the criminal justice system / Susan H. Sarapin and Glenn G. Sparks
  • Paramilitary patriots of the Cold War: women, weapons, and private warriors in the A-team and Airwolf / Charity Fox
  • The more you know. Lisa and Phoebe, lone vegetarian icons: at odds with television's carnonormativity / Carrie Packwood Freeman
  • Television and the environment: more screen-less green / Jennifer Ellen Good
  • From Welby to McDreamy: what tv teaches us about doctors, patients, and the health care system / Katherine A. Foss
  • The voice. Made impossible by viewers like you: the politics and poetics of Native American voices in US public television / Leighton C. Peterson
  • "Real" black, "real" money: African American audiences on The real housewives of Atlanta / Gretta Moody
  • He who has the gold makes the rules: Tyler Perry presents "The Tyler Perry way" / Danielle E. Williams
  • Viewing 90210 from 12203: affluent tv teens influence a cohort of middle class women / Michelle Napierski-Prancl
  • Futurama. The construction of taste: television and American home décor / Stylés I. Akira and Larry Ossei-Mensah
  • Bordertown: manufacturing Mexicanness in reality television / Ariadne Alejandra Gonzalez
  • Cyborgs in the newsroom: databases, cynicism and political irony in The daily show / Noah J. Springer.
Description
xi, 436 pages : illustration ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 383-423) and index.
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