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How You See Me, How You Don't: Essays on Stereotypes and Representation of Media and Its Effects on Minorities, Women, and Adole

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by Cynthia M. Frisby PhD
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How You See Me, How You Don't: Essays on Stereotypes and Representation of Media and Its Effects on Minorities, Women, and Adole by Cynthia M. Frisby PhD

This book shows readers how the media really works, giving a much deeper insight and context to the uses, gratifications, and effects of media exposure as well as how media stories are framed in order to help audiences understand what it means to be a girl, boy, man, woman, white, black, etc. With chapters and research dedicated to racism, sexism, and other disparities in media, this text goes far beyond the range of traditional readers. New, innovative research studies presented in each chapter of this book have been carefully chosen to keep topic coverage timely and research findings accessible and engaging for students and professionals in the mass media industry. It is no secret that today's media landscape is ever evolving and changing at a fast and furious pace. And although students are familiar with and may be familiar with changing media environments like social media and digital technologies, they may not understand how these media changes have affected others and exactly what these changes mean. This book shows readers how the media really works, giving a much deeper insight and context to the uses, gratifications, and effects of media exposure as well as how media stories are framed in order to help audiences understand what it means to be a girl, boy, man, woman, white, black, etc.

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Size: 1.2 MB
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781681184593 (DRM-EPUB)

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01/22/2017
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