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Disability and the Media


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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 07/2017
Edizione: 1° edizione

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Scholars have long recognized the media’s role in shaping and reflecting the way we see the world, ourselves, and others. In particular, they have understood that the media plays a vital part in the social and cultural construction of disability. Moreover, as new types of media proliferate, and become increasingly important in our daily lives, addressing the sometimes difficult questions surrounding the relationship between disability and the media is more important than ever. In particular, what is the media’s role in the disablement of people with impairments and can it also act as a powerful agent of change? And how are attitudes towards people with disabilities constantly reinscribed through media such as television, film, and the Internet? Now, this new four-volume collection from Routledge’s acclaimed Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies series enables users readily to access and make sense of the essential texts of disability-and-media scholarship. The collection is organized into four principal parts: Disability and the Mass Media; Disability and Film; Disability and Popular Culture; and Disability, the Internet, and New Media. Fully indexed and with an introduction newly written by the editors, Disability and the Media is an indispensable reference resource for researchers and students.


Volume I: Disability Studies Meets Media StudiesCritical Analysis of Print Media and Radio, from Representation to Reception Representation: Print Media, Radio and Advertising 1. M. Johnson and S. Elkins, Reporting on Disability: Approaches and Issue. Section II: Trends and Issues, (LY: Advocado Press, 1989), pp.40-57. 2. C. Barnes, ‘Disabling Imagery and the Media: An Exploration of the Principles for Media Representations of Disabled People’, 1992, http://disability-studies.leeds.ac.uk/files/library/Barnes-disabling-imagery.pdf, pp.1-29 3. David Hevey, ‘The Creatures Time Forgot: Into the Grotto of Charity Advertising’, in The Creatures Time Forgot, (London: Routledge, 1992), pp. 18-29. 4. J. Clogston, ‘Disability Coverage in American Newspapers’, in Jack A. Nelson (ed.), The Disabled, the Media, and the Information Age, (CN: Greenwood Press, 1994), pp. 45-57. 5. B. Haller, ‘If They Limp, They Lead? News Representations and the Hierarchy of Disability Images’, in Dawn Braithwaite and T. Thompson (eds.), Handbook of Communication and People with Disabilities, (NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2000), pp. 225-237. 6. D. Mitchell and S. Snyder, ‘Chapter 1: Representation and its Discontents: The Uneasy Home of Disability in Literature and Film’, in Narrative Prosthesis: Disability and the Dependencies of Discourse, (MI: The University of Michigan Press, 2000), pp. 15-46. 7. Brian J. Sweeney and Sheila Riddell, ‘Mainstreaming Disability on Radio 4’, in Sheila Riddell and Nick Watson (eds.), Disability, Culture and Identity, (New York: Routledge, 2003), pp. 143-160. 8. D. Parashar and N. Devanathan, ‘Still Not in Vogue: The Portrayal of Disability in Magazine Advertising’, Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counselling, 37, 1, 2006, pp.13-20. 9. B. Haller and S. Ralph, ‘Are Disability Images in Advertising Becoming Bold And Daring? An Analysis of Prominent Themes in US and UK Campaigns’, Disability Studies Quarterly, 26, 3, 2006, http://dsq-sds.org/article/view/716/893 10. M. P. O’Malley, ‘Voices of Disability on the Radio’, International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 43, S1, 2008, pp.18-29. 11. P. Wilkinson and P. McGill, ‘Representation of People with Intellectual Disabilities in a British Newspaper in 1983 and 2001’, Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 22, 1, 2009, pp.65-76. 12. S. Jones and V. Harwood, ‘Representations of Autism in Australian Print Media’, Disability and Society, 24, 1, 2009, pp.5-18. 13. E. Briant, N. Watson and G. Philo, ‘Reporting Disability in the Age of Austerity: The Changing Face of Media Representation of Disability and Disabled People in the United Kingdom and the Creation of New "Folk Devils"’, Disability & Society, 28, 6, 2013, pp. 874-889. Reception and Audiences 14. G. Philo, J. Secker, S. Platt, L. Henderson, G. McLaughlin and J. Burnside, ‘The Impact of the Mass Media on Public Images of Mental Illness: Media Content and Audience Belief’, Health Education Journal, 53, 1994, pp.271-81. 15. K. Ross, ’All Ears: Radio, Reception and Discourses of Disability’, Media, Culture & Society, 23, 4, 2001, pp.419-473. 16. Z. S. Panol and M. McBride, ‘Disability Images in Print Advertising: Exploring Attitudinal Impact Issues’, Disability Studies Quarterly, 21, 2, 2001, http://dsq-sds.org/article/view/279/307 17. T. Titchkosky, ‘Disability in the News: A Reconsideration of Reading’, Disability & Society, 20, 6, 2005, pp.655-668. 18. L. Zhang and B. Haller, ‘Consuming Image: How Mass Media Impact the Identity of People with Disabilities’, Communication Quarterly, 61, 3, 2013, pp.319-334. 19. S. B. Kamenetsky et al., ‘Eliciting Help Without Pity: The Effect of Changing Media Images on Perceptions of Disability’, Journal of Social Work in Disability & Rehabilitation, 2015, pp.1-21. Behind the Scenes 20. Joseph D. Keefer and Michael R. Smith, ‘Newspaper Employment of Journalists with Disabilities’, Newspaper Research Journal, 13 & 14, 4 & 1, 1992, pp.40-49. 21. Charles A. Riley II, ‘Chapter Seven: We: The Short Happy Life of an Independent Magazine’, in Disability and the Media, (NH: University Press of New England, 2005), pp. 157-195. 22. C. Jones, ‘Why This Story Over a Hundred Others of the Day? Five Journalists’ Backstories About Writing Disability in Toronto’, Disability & Society, 29, 8, 2014, pp.1206-1220. 23. M. Sgroi, ‘"I Should At Least Be Given a Chance to Try": The Experience of Media Workers with Disabilities in the United States during Postsecondary Education and Early Career’, Disability & Society, 31, 1, 2016, pp.64-83. Volume II: Film and TelevisionIdentity, Representation and Access Screen: Film and Television 24. P. Longmore, ‘Screening Stereotypes: Images of Disabled People in Television and Motion Pictures’, in A. Gartner and T. Joe (eds.), Images of the Disabled, Disabling Images, (NY: Praeger, 1987), pp. 65-78. 25. O. Farnall and K. Smith, ‘Reactions to People with Disabilities: Personal Contact Versus Viewing of Specific Media Portrayals’, Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 76, 4, 1999, pp.659-672. 26. J. Valentine, ‘Disabled Discourse: Hearing Accounts of Deafness Constructed Through Japanese Television and Film’, Disability & Society, 16, 5, 2001, pp.707-721. 27. R. Mallett, ‘Choosing "Stereotypes": Debating the Efficacy of (British) Disability-Criticism’, Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, 9, 1, 2009, pp.4-11. Film 28. M. Norden, ‘Chapter 1: Emergence of An Impoverished Image’, in The Cinema of Isolation: A History of Physical Disability in the Movies, (NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1994), pp. 14-48. 29. T. Shakespeare, ‘Art and Lies? Representations of Disability on Film’, in M. Corker and S. French (eds.), Disability Discourse, (UK: Open University Press, 1999), pp. 164-172. 30. Sallie Baxendale, ‘Epilepsy at the Movies: Possession to Presidential Assassination’, The Lancet Neurology, 2, 12, 2003, pp.764-70. 31. D. S. Knight, ’Madness and Disability in Contemporary Chinese Film’, The Journal of Medical Humanities, 27, 2, 2006, pp.93-103. 32. S. Snyder and D. Mitchell, ‘Body Genres: An Anatomy of Disability in Film’, in S. Chivers and N. Markotic (eds.), The Problem Body: Projecting Disability on Film, (OH: The Ohio State University Press, 2010), pp. 179-206. 33. M. Davidson, ‘Phantom Limbs: Film Noir and the Disabled Body’, in S. Chivers and N. Markotic (eds.), The Problem Body: Projecting Disability on Film, (OH: The Ohio State University Press, 2010), pp. 43-66. Television 34. G. Cumberbatch and R. Negrine, ‘Part II: The Portrayal of People with Disability on Television: A Commentary’, in Images of Disability on Television, (London: Routledge, 1992), pp. 87-121. 35. K. Ross, ‘But Where’s Me In It? Disability, Broadcasting and the Audience’, Media, Culture & Society, 19, 4, 1997, pp.669-677. 36. K. LeBesco, ‘Disability, Gender and Difference on The Sopranos’, Women‘s Studies in Communication, 29, 1, 2006, pp.39-59. 37. A. Wilde, ‘Are You Sitting Comfortably? Soap Operas, Disability and Audience’, Dis: cover!, 2, 2004, http://disability-studies.leeds.ac.uk/files/library/wilde-Alison-Wilde-Dis-cover-2-Adapted-Paper.pdf, pp. 1-37 38. P. Longmore, ‘The Cultural Framing of Disability: Telethons as a Case Study’, PMLA, 120, 2, 2005, pp.502-08. 39. R. McRuer, ‘Chapter 5: Crip Eye For the Normate Guy: Queer Theory, Bob Flannagan and the Disciplining of Disability Studies’, in Crip Theory: Cultural Signs of Queerness and Disability, (NY / London: New York University Press, 2006), pp. 171-198. 40. R. Belt, ‘"And Then Comes Life": The Intersection of Race, Poverty, and Disability in HBO’s The Wire’, Rutgers Race and the Law Review, 13, 2, 2012, pp.1-28. 41. S. Walters, ‘Cool Aspie Humor: Cognitive Difference and Kenneth Burke’s Comic Corrective in The Big Bang Theory and Community’, Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies, 7, 3, 2013, pp.271-288. 42. B. J. Bond, ‘Physical Disability on Children’s Television Pr

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies
Dimensioni: 9.25 x 6.25 in Ø 1.00 lb
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:67 b/w images and 60 tables
Pagine Arabe: 1798

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