Media: Gender, Race, Class, and Sexuality

(Same as Gender Studies M149 and Labor Studies M149.) Lecture, four hours; activity, one hour. Limited to junior/senior Communication and Gender Studies majors and Labor Studies minors. Examination of manner in which media culture induces people to perceive various dominant and dominated and/or colonized groups of people. Ways in which women, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, racial, and ethnic marginalized peoples, class relations, and other subaltern or subordinated groups are presented and often misrepresented in media. Investigation and employment of practical applications of communications and feminist theories for understanding ideological nature of stereotyping and politics of representation through use of media, guest presentations, lectures, class discussions, and readings. Introduction to theory and practice of cultural studies. Letter grading.

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Instructor
Rhonda Hammer
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23W 22W 21W 19W 18W
Formerly offered as
COMM ST M149

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