Racialism and the media : Black Jesus, Black Twitter, and the first Black American president /

"Racialism and Media: Black-ish, Black Jesus and the First Black American President is an exploration of how the nature of racial ideology has changed in our society. Yes, there are still ugly racists who push uglier racism, but there are also popular constructions of race routinely woven into...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Berry, Venise T. (Author)
Format: Book
Published: New York, NY : Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., 2020.
Series:Black studies & critical thinking ; v.114.
Black studies & critical thinking ; vol. 114.
Table of Contents:
  • Racialism and the Media
  • Contemporary Zip Coons: The Problem with Funny
  • Ghettofabulous: How Low Can You Go?
  • Advertising and Black Folks: Whassup?
  • Black-ish and the Changing Nature of Black Identity
  • Balancing Stereotypes: Black Male and Female Roles on Prime-Time Television
  • A Satirical Parody: Black Jesus in the Hood
  • Deconstructing Intersectionality in Crash
  • Black Twitter, Interpretive Communities, and Cultural Wealth
  • President Barack Obama: Race, Power and Biased Framing
  • Science Fiction and Fantasy: Going Where Few Blacks have Gone Before.