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Race Representation in Pop Culture

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Leah Sadoian

on 8 August 2016

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Race in Pop Culture: Helpful or Hurtful?
Literature Review
Workshop: Deconstructing
Race in Pop Culture
"Raising Hope"
"Fresh Off the Boat"
Modern Family: "The Many Mispronunciations of Gloria"
Race Representation in Pop Culture
By: Danny Ledezma, Leah Sadoian, & Katrina Spencer
"Black-ish"
Power
of media-based communication
"[Television] content has the potential to influence and shape viewers' beliefs and values." - Bristor, Lee & Hunt (1995) and Wilkes & Valencia (1989)
passive reception
Mitigation
and
Diffusion
of Race Representation
The Princess and the Frog
- Parasecoli (2010)
America's Next Top Model
- Hasinoff (2008)
Viewer's
Reactions
to Race Representation
False realities when race representation is "harmonious and platonic" - Coover (2001)
Importance of learning how to deconstruct race representations in pop culture
Learning Outcomes
Participants in this workshop will be able to:

Increase their
awareness
of race representation in pop culture
Build skills to
deconstruct
race representation in pop culture
Hyper-sensitivity
Thinking from the "other's" point of view
Questioning "typical" representations
Combat
"absorption"
of negative race representations stereotypes in pop culture
Conclusion
What was most striking from the clips that we watched?

Does any of this change the way you watch/think about pop culture?

What will you take away with you from the exercise?

Now what?

Group 1:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=g68KgoHWupg

Group 2:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOutgc-GG6g

Group 3:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQ81uDSWjGc
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