Representing Race: Racisms, Ethnicity and the Media
"Well-informed, thoughtful and transnational in its perspectives, Downing and Husband′s work is likely to become the key text in the field. The book is essential reading for anyone interested in the politics of race and representation."
- Professor Daya K. Thussu, University of Westminster
The media play a diverse and significant role in the practical expression of racism and in the everyday politics of ethnicity. Written by two veterans of research on media and ′race′, this book offers a fresh comparative analyses of the issues and sets out the key agendas for future study. Representing Race - Racisms, Ethnicities and Media:
Drawing on years of research, this book provides both a major intervention in the debate, as well as a comprehensive introduction to the area. It will be required reading for anyone interested in race, representation and the media.
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... the question of indigenous peoples' demands brought to the surface by the Zapatista movement in Mexico and by Aboriginal and Maori movements in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, the victory for majority rule in South Africa, ...
Thus, for example, indigenous peoples are likely to give a central role to their long association with a specific territory, whilst globally migrant diasporic communities may well find their historical connection through historically ...
As we shall see below, the hybrid realities of individual indigenous identities are not always paralleled in the exclusionary politics of essentialist definitions of identity (Langton, 1993). Amongst other things, this dynamic ...
An example would be Ramirez-Berg's discussion of the treatment of 'race' and indigenous communities in Golden Age Mexican cinema (Ramirez-Berg, 1993). He disentangles a series of nuances involved and thereby identifies just how, ...
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Achievements and Limitations
8 Communities of Practice and the Cultures of Media Production
9 The MultiEthnic Public Sphere and Differentiated Citizenship