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Informationen zum Autor Melanie Butler, Peripheral Vision InternationalRohit K Dasgupta, University of the Arts London, UK?dil Eng... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor Melanie Butler, Peripheral Vision InternationalRohit K Dasgupta, University of the Arts London, UK?dil Engindeniz ?ahan, Galatasaray University, TurkeyPaul Falzone, Peripheral Vision InternationalIeuan Franklin, Bournemouth University, UKKylo-Patrick R. Hart, Texas Christian University, USAKatherine Hughes, ASKlabs Documentary Films, USAMareike Jenner, Aberystwyth University, UKMichael Johnson Jr., Washington State University, USAKaryl Ketchum, California State University, Fullerton, USASkyler Lauderdale, University of South Florida, USAAnders Lysne, University of Oslo, NorwayTaylor Nygaard, University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts, USAMatthew G. O'Neill, Queens University of Belfast, UKChristopher Pullen, Bournemouth University, UKRaffi Sarkissian, Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism, USAStephanie M. Selvick, World Literature at Utica College, New York, USAStephen Tropiano, Ithaca College Los Angeles Program, USANoah Tsika, Queens College, City University of New York, USABryan Wuest, UCLA, USA Klappentext This collection explores the representation and performance of queer youth in media cultures, primarily examining TV, film and online new media. Specific themes of investigation include the context of queer youth suicide and educational strategies to avert this within online new media, and the significance of coming out videos produced online. Zusammenfassung This collection explores the representation and performance of queer youth in media cultures! primarily examining TV! film and online new media. Specific themes of investigation include the context of queer youth suicide and educational strategies to avert this within online new media! and the significance of coming out videos produced online. Inhaltsverzeichnis Preface Acknowledgements Contributors Introduction; Christopher Pullen PART I: PERFORMANCE AND CULTURE 1. Stories Like Mine: Coming Out Videos and Queer Identities on YouTube; Bryan Wuest 2. Transgender Youth and YouTube Videos: Self-Representation and Five Identifiable Trans Youth Narratives; Matthew G. O'Neill 3. 'A Safe and Supportive Environment': LGBTQ Youth and Social Media; Stephen Tropiano 4. Media Responses to Queer Youth Suicide: Trauma, Therapeutic Discourse and Co-Presence; Christopher Pullen 5. Sexually Marginalized Youth in the South: Narration Strategies and Discourse Coalitions in Newspaper Coverage of a Southern High School Gay-Straight Alliance Club Controversy; Skyler Lauderdale 6. 'WE'VE GOT BIG NEWS': Creating Media to Empower Queer Youth in Schools; Karyl Kethcum PART II: HISTORIES AND COMMODITY 7. Talking Liberties: Framed Youth , Community Video and Channel 4's Remit in Action; Ieuan Franklin 8. We Need to Talk about Jack! On the Representation of Male Homosexuality in American Teen Soaps; Mareike Jenner 9. Queering TV Conventions: LGBT Teen Narratives on Glee ; RAffi Sarkissian 10. Boy Wizards: Magical and Homosocial Power in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and The Covenant ; Katherine Hughes 11. Androgynous Social Media & Visual Culture; Stephanie Selvick 12. Queer Youth Cyber-bullying and Policing the Self-Brand; Taylor Nygaard 13. Looking at Complicated Desires: Gay Male Youth and Cinematic Representations of Age-Different Relationships; Kylo-Patrick R. Hart PART III: TRANSNATIONAL INTERSECTIONS 14. Straight Eye for the Queer Guy: Gay Youth in Contemporary Scandinavian Film; Anders Lysne 15. 'Born This Way': Media and Youth Identities in Uganda's Kuchu Community; Melanie Butler and Paul Falzone 16. 'Be Wary of Working Boys': The Cultural Production of Queer Youth in Today's West Africa; Noah Tsika 17. LGBT Student Groups at Universities and their Usage of Social Media as a Public Sphere: A Case Analysis luBUnya ; ?dil Engideniz ?ahan 18. Parties, Advocacy and Activism: Interrogating Community and Class in Digital Queer India; Rohit K. Dasgupta 19. The It Ge...

Autorentext
Melanie Butler, Peripheral Vision International Rohit K Dasgupta, University of the Arts London, UK ?dil Engindeniz ?ahan, Galatasaray University, Turkey Paul Falzone, Peripheral Vision International Ieuan Franklin, Bournemouth University, UK Kylo-Patrick R. Hart, Texas Christian University, USA Katherine Hughes, ASKlabs Documentary Films, USA Mareike Jenner, Aberystwyth University, UK Michael Johnson Jr., Washington State University, USA Karyl Ketchum, California State University, Fullerton, USA Skyler Lauderdale, University of South Florida, USA Anders Lysne, University of Oslo, Norway Taylor Nygaard, University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts, USA Matthew G. O'Neill, Queens University of Belfast, UK Christopher Pullen, Bournemouth University, UK Raffi Sarkissian, Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism, USA Stephanie M. Selvick, World Literature at Utica College, New York, USA Stephen Tropiano, Ithaca College Los Angeles Program, USA Noah Tsika, Queens College, City University of New York, USA Bryan Wuest, UCLA, USA

Klappentext

This collection explores the representation and performance of queer youth in media cultures, primarily examining TV, film and online new media. Specific themes of investigation include the context of queer youth suicide and educational strategies to avert this within online new media, and the significance of coming out videos produced online.



Inhalt
Preface Acknowledgements Contributors Introduction; Christopher Pullen PART I: PERFORMANCE AND CULTURE 1. Stories Like Mine: Coming Out Videos and Queer Identities on YouTube; Bryan Wuest 2. Transgender Youth and YouTube Videos: Self-Representation and Five Identifiable Trans Youth Narratives; Matthew G. O'Neill 3. 'A Safe and Supportive Environment': LGBTQ Youth and Social Media; Stephen Tropiano 4. Media Responses to Queer Youth Suicide: Trauma, Therapeutic Discourse and Co-Presence; Christopher Pullen 5. Sexually Marginalized Youth in the South: Narration Strategies and Discourse Coalitions in Newspaper Coverage of a Southern High School Gay-Straight Alliance Club Controversy; Skyler Lauderdale 6. 'WE'VE GOT BIG NEWS': Creating Media to Empower Queer Youth in Schools; Karyl Kethcum PART II: HISTORIES AND COMMODITY 7. Talking Liberties: Framed Youth , Community Video and Channel 4's Remit in Action; Ieuan Franklin 8. We Need to Talk about Jack! On the Representation of Male Homosexuality in American Teen Soaps; Mareike Jenner 9. Queering TV Conventions: LGBT Teen Narratives on Glee ; RAffi Sarkissian 10. Boy Wizards: Magical and Homosocial Power in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and The Covenant ; Katherine Hughes 11. Androgynous Social Media & Visual Culture; Stephanie Selvick 12. Queer Youth Cyber-bullying and Policing the Self-Brand; Taylor Nygaard 13. Looking at Complicated Desires: Gay Male Youth and Cinematic Representations of Age-Different Relationships; Kylo-Patrick R. Hart PART III: TRANSNATIONAL INTERSECTIONS 14. Straight Eye for the Queer Guy: Gay Youth in Contemporary Scandinavian Film; Anders Lysne 15. 'Born This Way': Media and Youth Identities in Uganda's Kuchu Community; Melanie Butler and Paul Falzone 16. 'Be Wary of Working Boys': The Cultural Production of Queer Youth in Today's West Africa; Noah Tsika 17. LGBT Student Groups at Universities and their Usage of Social Media as a Public Sphere: A Case Analysis luBUnya ; ?dil Engideniz ?ahan 18. Parties, Advocacy and Activism: Interrogating Community and Class in Digital Queer India; Rohit K. Dasgupta 19. The It Gets Better Project: A Study In (and of) Whiteness in LGBT Youth and Media Cultures; Michael Johnson Jr.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Queer Youth and Media Cultures
Autor:
EAN: 9781137383549
ISBN: 978-1-137-38354-9
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Sozialwissenschaften allgemein
Anzahl Seiten: 296
Gewicht: 518g
Größe: H25mm x B194mm x T144mm
Jahr: 2014
Auflage: 2014