List of Illustrations.
List of Contributors.
Introduction: Re-Imagining Media and Gender.
1: Media and the Representation of Gender.
2: Mass Media Representation of Gendered Violence.
3: Lone Wolves: Masculinity, Cinema, and the Man Alone.
4: To Communicate is Human; to Chat is Female: The Feminization of US Media Work.
5: Rediscovering Twentieth-Century Feminist Audience Research.
6: Historically Mapping Contemporary Intersectional Feminist Media Studies.
7: Sexualities/Queer Identities.
8: Gender, Media, and Trans/National Spaces.
Media Industries, Labor, and Policy.
9: Women and Media Control: Feminist Interrogations at the Macro-Level.
10: Risk, Innovation, and Gender in Media Conglomerates.
11: Putting Gender in the Mix: Employment, Participation, and Role Expectations in the Music Industries.
12: Gender Inequality in Culture Industries.
13: Shifting Boundaries: Gender, Labor, and New Information and Communication Technology.
14: Gendering the Commodity Audience in Social Media.
15: Youthful White Male Industry Seeks “Fun”-Loving Middle-Aged Women for Video Games—No Strings Attached.
16: Boys are … Girls are …: How Children's Media and Merchandizing Construct Gender.
17: Girls' and Boys' Experiences of Online Risk and Safety.
18: Holy Grail or Poisoned Chalice?: Three Generations of Men's Magazines.
19: Making Public Policy in the Digital Age: The Sex Industry as a Political Actor.
20: Gender and Digital Policy: From Global Information Infrastructure to Internet Governance.
21: Gender and Media Activism: Alternative Feminist Media in Europe.
22: Between Legitimacy and Political Efficacy: Feminist Counter-Publics and the Internet in China.
Images and Representations Across Texts and Genres.
23: Buying and Selling Sex: Sexualization, Commerce, and Gender.
24: Class, Gender, and the Docusoap: The Only Way is Essex.
25: Society's Emerging Femininities: Neoliberal, Postfeminist, and Hybrid Identities on Television in South Africa.
26: A Nice Bit of Skirt and the Talking Head: Sex, Politics, and News.
27: Transgender, Transmedia, Transnationality: Chaz Bono in Documentary and Dancing with the Stars.
28: Celebrity, Gossip, Privacy, and Scandal.
29: “Shameless Mums” and Universal Pedophiles: Sexualization and Commodification of Children.
30: Glances, Dances, Romances: An Overview of Gendered Sexual Narratives in Teen Drama Series.
31: Smoothing the Wrinkles: Hollywood, “Successful Aging,” and the New Visibility of Older Female Stars.
32: Perfect Bodies, Imperfect Messages: Media Coverage of Cosmetic Surgery and Ideal Beauty.
33: Globalization, Beauty Regimes, and Mediascapes in the New India.
34: Narrative Pleasure in Homeland: The Competing Femininities of “Rogue Agents” and “Terror Wives”.
35: Above the Fold and beyond the Veil: Islamophobia in Western Media.
36: Sport, Media, and the Gender-Based Insult David Rowe.
Media Audiences, Users, and Prosumers.
37: Subjects of Capacity?: Reality TV and Young Women.
38: Telenovelas, Gender, and Genre.
39: Gendering and Selling the Female News Audience in a Digital Age.
40: Looking Beyond Representation: Situating the Significance of Gender Portrayal within Game Play.
41: Textual Orientation: Queer Female Fandom Online.
42: Delivering the Male—and More: Fandom and Media Sport.
43: Men's Use of Pornography.
44: Gender and Social Media: Sexism, Empowerment, or the Irrelevance of Gender?.
45: Slippery Subjects: Gender, Meaning, and the Bollywood Audience.
46: Asian Women Audiences, Asian Popular Culture, and Media Globalization.
47: Women as Radio Audiences in Africa.
48: Reading Girlhood: Opportunities for Social Literacy.
49: Investigating Users' Responses to Dove's “Real Beauty” Strategy: Feminism, Freedom, and Facebook.
50: Feminism in a Postfeminist World: Women Discuss Who's “Hot”—And Why We Care—On the Collegiate “Anonymous Confession Board”.
51: Gendered Networked Visualities: Locative Camera Phone Cultures in Seoul, South Korea.
52: Gendering the Arab Spring: Arab Women Journalists/Activists, “Cyberfeminism,” and the Sociopolitical Revolution.
Gendered Media Futures and the Future of Gender.
53: Latinas on Television and Film: Exploring the Limits and Possibilities of Inclusion.
54: Postfeminist Sexual Culture.
56: Policing the Crisis of Masculinity: Media and Masculinity at the Dawn of the New Century.
57: Glassy Architectures in Journalism.
58: Intersectionality, Digital Identities, and Migrant Youths: Moroccan Dutch Youths as Digital Space Invaders.
59: Online Popular Anti-Sexism Political Action in the UK and USA: The Importance of Collaborative Anger for Social Change.