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Africana race and communication : a social study of film, communication, and social media

Author: James L Conyers, Jr.
Publisher: Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, ©2017 2017.
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This volume seeks to identify the interconnection of theory, methodology, and praxis concerning social science studies of African Americans in communication, film, and media.
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Africana race and communication.
Lanham : Lexington Books, 2017
(DLC) 2017019976
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James L Conyers, Jr.
ISBN: 9781498538541 1498538541 9781498538565 1498538568
OCLC Number: 966932115
Description: x, 209 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Seattle: Dr. King's living laboratory / Bruce E. Johansen --
#BlackLivesMatter on Twitter: a social network analysis of Ferguson and its progeny / Jeremy Harris Lipschultz --
Whose order in the court?: Court television through feminist lenses / Siobhan E. Smith --
Even playing field: the role of race in the media's analysis and coverage of black NFL quarterbacks / Tristan F. Jones and Rockell Brown --
Televised progress?: Politics of televised representation and black creative control / Calvin Monroe, advisor: Allison Perlman --
It's handled?: Moving beyond Olivia: apologists to a critical understanding of Scandal / Akil Houston and Aretina R. Hamilton --
Race and reflexivity: an Afrocentric analysis of communication in America / James L. Conyers Jr. --
Mammy, angry black lady, down ass bitch, and beyond: representation of black women in reality television / Rockell Brown --
Confessions of a video vixen: an intersectional approach to black sexuality and desire / Amber Johnson --
Their eyes were watching Django: the misrepresentation of the black female in Django unchained / Gabrielle Shepard --
Challenges faced by African American adult students in higher education / TaNeisha Page --
(Black) feminism online: the political uses of social media and the implications for Africana studies / Valethia Watkins.
Responsibility: edited by James L. Conyers Jr.

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