Mapping the Margins: Identity, Politics, and the Media
Karen Ross, Deniz Derman
Hampton Press, 2003 - Social Science - 207 pages
The contributions in this work offer a series of engagements with the workings of particular media and the new inflections of politicized identities - ethnicity, gender, nationality and disability - in which media are irrevocably implicated. They seek to provide new insights into old issues.
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