Latino/as in the Media
February 2010, Polity
Latina/os and the Media includes the coverage of the following: the participation of Latina/os in media production; the forms in which Latina/os are represented in media; the ways that Latina/os interpret media and that other audiences interpret Latina/os in the media; and the social scientific effects of the forms in which Latina/os are represented on Latina/os in particular and culture at large. The book draws on a rich set of examples to illustrate its conclusions. It will be the first port of call for anyone wanting to know about the relationship between Latina/os and the media, including for those students taking classes on minorities and the media, or issues around race and diversity.
Chapter 1 Production
Chapter 2 Textual/Content Analysis
Chapter 3 Audience and Reception
Chapter 4 Effects and Cognition
- The first introductory textbook introduction to the complex relationship between Latinos (Latin American immigrants to the US) and the media
Written by a leading Latina media scholar.
Brings together a wealth of scholarship from communication and media studies into a single coherent volume on this topic for the first time
Looks at Latinos in all aspects of media, from participation in production, through the depiction of Latinos in media through to the effects of such depiction on Latinos and US culture at large
Illustrated with a wealth of examples from television, film, news and advertising
A volume in the Polity Media and Minorities Series
Bulletin of Latin American Research
Myra Mendible, editor of From Bananas to Buttocks: The Latina Body in Popular Film and Culture
"Latina/os and the Media offers a richly complex look at the mediated world of Latinidad. The analyses presented here challenge static understandings of representation and media politics and replace those traditional notions with the contradictions that now comprise our understanding of the relationship between Latina/os and the media. From citizenship to sex, readers get it all."
Lisa Flores, University of Colorado
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