eBook Encyclopedia Of Gender In Media, 1st Edition

  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1452218544
  • ISBN-13: 9781452218540
  • DDC: 302.23081
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 520 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released July 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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Overview

Examines the role of the media in enabling, facilitating, or challenging the social construction of gender in our society.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Reader’s Guide.
About the Editor.
List of Contributors.
Introduction.
Chronology.
1: Advertising.
2: Affirmative Action.
3: Audiences: Producers of New Media.
4: Audiences: Reception and Injection Models.
5: Avatar.
6: Barthes, Roland.
7: Beauty and Body Image: Beauty Myths.
8: Beauty and Body Image: Eating Disorders.
9: Berger, John.
10: Blogs and Blogging.
11: Bordo, Susan.
12: Boyd, Danah.
13: Children’s Programming: Cartoons.
14: Children’s Programming: Disney and Pixar.
15: Class Privilege.
16: Cognitive Script Theory.
17: Comics.
18: Critical Theory.
19: Cultivation Theory.
20: Cultural Politics.
21: Culture Jamming.
22: Cyberdating.
23: Cyberpunk.
24: Cyberspace and Cyberculture.
25: Cyborg.
26: Desensitization Effect.
27: Discourse Analysis.
28: Diversity.
29: Doane, Mary Ann.
30: Douglas, Susan J..
31: Electronic Media and Social Inequality.
32: Ellul, Jacques.
33: Empowerment.
34: Encoding and Decoding.
35: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
36: E-Zines: Riot Grrrl.
37: E-Zines: Third Wave Feminist.
38: Fairness Doctrine.
39: Federal Communications Commission.
40: Feminism.
41: Feminist Theory: Liberal.
42: Feminist Theory: Marxist.
43: Feminist Theory: Postcolonial.
44: Feminist Theory: Second Wave.
45: Feminist Theory: Socialist.
46: Feminist Theory: Third Wave.
47: Feminist Theory: Women-of-Color and Multiracial Perspectives.
48: Film: Hollywood.
49: Film: Horror.
50: Film: Independent.
51: Fiske, John.
52: Gamson, Joshua.
53: Gay and Lesbian Portrayals on Television.
54: Gender and Femininity: Motherhood.
55: Gender and Femininity: Single/ Independent Girl.
56: Gender and Masculinity: Black Masculinity.
57: Gender and Masculinity: Fatherhood.
58: Gender and Masculinity: Metrosexual Male.
59: Gender and Masculinity: White Masculinity.
60: Gender Embodiment.
61: Gender Media Monitoring.
62: Gender Schema Theory.
63: Giroux, Henry.
64: Graphic Novels.
65: Guerrilla Girls.
66: Hacking and Hacktivism.
67: Hall, Stuart.
68: Hanna, Kathleen.
69: Hegemony.
70: Heroes: Action and Super Heroes.
71: Heterosexism.
72: Homophobia.
73: Hooks, Bell.
74: Hypermedia.
75: Identity.
76: Ideology.
77: Intersectionality.
78: Jenkins, Henry.
79: Jervis, Lisa.
80: Jhally, Sut.
81: Kellner, Douglas.
82: Kilbourne, Jean.
83: Kruger, Barbara.
84: Lasn, Kalle.
85: Male Gaze.
86: Mass Media.
87: Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games.
88: McChesney, Robert.
89: McLuhan, Marshall.
90: Media Consolidation.
91: Media Convergence.
92: Media Ethnography.
93: Media Globalization.
94: Media Literacy.
95: Media Rhetoric.
96: Mediation.
97: Men’s Magazines: Lad Magazines.
98: Men’s Magazines: Lifestyle and Health.
99: Miller, Mark Crispin.
100: Minority Rights.
101: Misogyny.
102: Moyers, Bill.
103: Multi-User Dimensions.
104: Mulvey, Laura.
105: Music: Underrepresentation of Women Artists.
106: Music Videos: Representations 0f Men.
107: Music Videos: Representations of Women.
108: Music Videos: Tropes.
109: Network News Anchor Desk.
110: New Media.
111: Newsrooms.
112: Online New Media: Glbtq Identity.
113: Online New Media: Transgender Identity.
114: Patriarchy.
115: Polysemic Text.
116: Pornification of Everyday Life.
117: Pornography: Gay and Lesbian.
118: Pornography: Heterosexual.
119: Pornography: Internet.
120: Postfeminism.
121: Postmodernism.
122: Post-Structuralism.
123: Prejudice.
124: Quantitative Content Analysis.
125: Queer Theory.
126: Racism.
127: Radio.
128: Radio: Pirate.
129: Radway, Janice.
130: Reality-Based Television: America’s Next Top Model.
131: Reality-Based Television: Makeover Shows.
132: Reality-Based Television: Wedding Shows.
133: Reception Theory.
134: Romance Novels.
135: Rushkoff, Douglas.
136: Scopophilia.
137: Second Life.
138: Semiotics.
139: Sexism.
140: Sexuality.
141: Simulacra.
142: Sitcoms.
143: Soap Operas.
144: Social Comparison Theory.
145: Social Construction of Gender.
146: Social Inequality.
147: Social Learning Theory.
148: Social Media.
149: Social Networking Sites: Facebook.
150: Social Networking Sites: Myspace.
151: Sports Media: Extreme Sports and Masculinity.
152: Sports Media: Olympics.
153: Sports Media: Transgender.
154: Steinem, Gloria.
155: Stereotypes.
156: Talk Shows.
157: Telecommunications Act of 1996.
158: Television.
159: Televisuality.
160: Textbooks.
161: Textual Analysis.
162: Toys and Games: Gender Socialization.
163: Toys and Games: Racial Stereotypes and Identity.
164: Transgender Studies.
165: Transsexuality.
166: Tropes.
167: Tween Magazines.
168: Twitter.
169: Video Gaming: Representations of Femininity.
170: Video Gaming: Representations of Masculinity.
171: Video Gaming: Violence.
172: Violence and Aggression.
173: Viral Advertising and Marketing.
174: Virtual Community.
175: Virtual Sex.
176: Virtuality.
177: Web 2.0.
178: Wiki.
179: Women’s Magazines: Fashion.
180: Women’s Magazines: Feminist Magazines.
181: Women’s Magazines: Lifestyle and Health.
182: Workforce.
183: YouTube.
Glossary.
Resource Guide.
Appendix.
Index.