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Despite an abundance of textbooks, anthologies, and university press monographs on the topic of gender in media, until now no comprehensive reference work has tackled this topic of perennial interest in student research and papers. is an associate professor of Media, Society, and the Arts at Purchase College, State University of New York, and the coordinator of the Media, Society, and the Arts program. Her courses fuse cultural and social theory and inventive methodologies, encouraging a critical and creative investigation of mediated life and contemporary media culture(s).
Her interdisciplinary research examines the intersections between embodiment, everyday practices, artworlds, and popular culture.
Given the ubiquity of cameras and video technology in cell phones and the interactivity made available via the Internet, there is a new generation of media users who are simultaneously media creators.
People post updates of images on their Facebook walls and upload home videos onto You Tube.
The work addresses a variety of entertainment and news content in print and electronic media and explores the social construction of masculinity as well as femininity.
The Encyclopedia of Gender in Media critically examines the role of the media in enabling, facilitating, or challenging the social construction of gender in our society.
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With this in mind, this volume explores the complexity of media across diverse platforms, technologies, and cultural, economic, and political landscapes.
Conversely, “the media” has been criticized as politically liberal (or conservative), pornographic, superficial, and ultimately too influential in the daily lives of children and young adults.
Intuitively, we know that all forms of media matter at the start of the 21st century, as they structure and saturate both the public sphere and the most personal aspects of our lives.Over the last 30 years, technological changes have broadened our conception of, and relationship to, media in terms of both form and content.