Table of contents for Feminism, multiculturalism, and the media : global diversities / edited by Angharad N. Valdivia.
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PART ONE: THE PRODUCTION OF INTERVENTIONS
Feminist Media Studies in a Global Setting - Angharad N Valdivia
Beyond Binary Contradictions and into Multicultural Spectrums
Living Theory through Practice - Isabel Molina Guzman
Race, Gender and Class in the Everyday Life of a Graduate Student
Three Women, a Mouse, a Microphone, and a Telephone - Lorna Roth, Beverly Nelson, and Kasennahawi Marie David
Information (Mis)Management during the Mohawk/Canadian Governments' Conflict of 1990
Representing Ourselves - Marina Heung
Films and Videos by Asian American/Canadian Women
News, Conciousness, and Social Participation - Carolyn M Byerly
The Role of Women's Feature Service in World News
PART TWO: (CON)TEXTUAL ANALYSES
Lesbian Chic - Marguerite Moritz
Our Fifteen Minutes of Celebrity?
News Coverage of Ethnic and Gender Issues in the Big Dan's Rape Case - Lisa M Cuklanz
Missing Persons - Jasmine Paul and Bette J Kauffman
Working-Class Women and the Movies, 1940-1990
Advertising and Mother Nature - Katherine Toland Frith
The `Abortion Clause' in US Foreign Population Policy - Rashmi Luthra
The Debate Viewed through a Postcolonial Feminist Lens
PART THREE: COMBINING METHODOLOGIES AND NARRATIVES
Orientalization of an "Almost White" Woman - Susan Kray
A Multidisciplinary Approach to the Interlocking Effects of Race, Class, Gender, and Ethnicity in American Mass Media. The Case of the Missing Jewish Woman
Watching Tongues Untie(d) while Reading Zami - Frances Negron-Muntaner
Mapping Boundaries in Black Gay and Lesbian Narratives
African American Women between Hopscotch and Hip-Hop - Kyra D Gaunt
"Must Be the Music (That's Turnin' Me On)"
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Mass media and women.
Pluralism (Social sciences)