Say it loud! : African-American audiences, media, and identity /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Means Coleman, Robin R., 1969-
Format: Book
Published: New York : Routledge, 2002.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Robin R. Means Coleman
  • "Keepin' it real" and/or "selling' out to the man" : African-American responses to Aaron McGruder's The boondocks / Nancy C. Cornwell and Mark P. Orbe
  • Black audiences, past and present : commonsense media critics and activists / Catherine Squires
  • Media messages, self-identity, and race relations : reader evaluations of newsmagazine coverage of the Million Man March / Debbie A. Owens
  • House Negro versus field Negro : the inscribed image of race in the television news representations of African-American identity / Jennifer F. Wood
  • DMX, Cosby, and two sides of the American dream / Chyng F. Sun, Leda Cooks, Corey Rinehart, and Stacy A.S. Williams
  • "It's just like teaching people 'do the right things'" : using TV to become a good and powerful man / JoEllen Fisherkeller
  • The Cosby show : the view from the Black middle class / Leslie B. Inniss and Joe R. Feagin
  • The color purple : black women as cultural readers / Jacqueline Bobo
  • "America's worst nightmare" : reading the ghetto in a culturally diverse context / Celeste A. Fisher
  • The Menace II Society copycat murder case and thug life : a reception study with a convicted criminal / Robin R. Means Coleman.