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Race, Culture and Media

Race, Culture and Media

March 2021 | 232 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Anamik Saha has taken an integrative approach, combining both cultural studies and political economy perspectives in a cutting-edge book that covers representation and beyond. A wide-ranging exploration of both theory and research, Saha broadens the scope out to also cover postcolonialism, audiences, policy, production and digital race studies.

Key features include:
  • Varied and diverse material to fit a range of approaches, covering both political economy and cultural studies approaches, synthesising a range of critical theoretical approaches.
  • Theory that's tied to the real world so students relate concepts to everyday issues. Case studies are cutting edge, from the representation of immigrants and Islam in the news, to 'digital race' and online environments.
  • Questions or provocations that open each chapter, to challenge readers to think differently and critically, followed by end of chapter key concept boxes with discussion questions.
  • Recommended reading and additional boxed case studies tying theory to practice
Chapter 1. Introduction: Race, Culture and Media
Chapter 2. Race in Media Studies
Chapter 3. Media and the Postcolonial
Chapter 4. Race, capitalism and media
Chapter 5. Nationalism, multiculturalism and media
Chapter 6. Race and media power
Chapter 7. Media, migration and racism
Chapter 8. Islamophobia and Media
Chapter 9. The production and circulation of blackness in media
Chapter 10. Digital race/racism
Chapter 11. Conclusion

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ISBN: 9781526419194

ISBN: 9781526419187