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The Resource Rethinking popular culture and media, edited by Elizabeth Marshall and Özlem Sensoy

Rethinking popular culture and media, edited by Elizabeth Marshall and Özlem Sensoy

Label
Rethinking popular culture and media
Title
Rethinking popular culture and media
Statement of responsibility
edited by Elizabeth Marshall and Özlem Sensoy
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
LB1027
LC item number
.R455 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1968-
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  • Marshall, Elizabeth
  • Sensoy, Özlem
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  • Criticism
  • Social justice
  • Educational technology
  • Educational technology
  • Digital media
  • Internet in education
Label
Rethinking popular culture and media, edited by Elizabeth Marshall and Özlem Sensoy
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • View and analyze representations of teachers, youth, and schools. TV bullies : how Glee and anti-bullying programs miss the mark / by Gerald Walton ; Kid nation / by Ellen Goodman ; Freedom writers : white teacher to the rescue / by Chela Delgado ; City teaching, beyond the stereotypes / by Gregory Michie ; Sticking it to the man / by Wayne Au ; More than just dance lessons / by Terry Burant
  • Part 5:
  • Take action for a just society. Taking the offensive against offensive toys / by Leonore Gordon ; Beyond pink and blue / by Robin Cooley ; Taking action against Disney / by Steven Friedman ; Why we banned Legos / by Ann Pelo and Kendra Pelojoaquin ; 'Lego fascists' (that's us) vs. Fox News / by Rethinking Schools Editors ; Tuning in to violence : students use math to analyze what TV is teaching them / by Margot Pepper ; Examining media violence / by Bakari Chavanu
  • Part 6:
  • Use popular culture and media to transgress. 'And ya don't stop' : using Hip Hop in the language arts classroom / by Wayne Au ; Stenciling dissent : political graffiti engages students in the history of protest for social justice / by Andrew Reed ; The murder of Sean Bell / by Renée Watson ; Knock, knock : turning pain into power / by Linda Christensen ; Haiku and Hiroshima / by Wayne Au
  • Introduction / by Elizabeth Marshall and Özlem Sensoy
  • Part 1:
  • Study the relationship among corporations, youth, and schooling. Moving beyond media literacy / by Rethinking Schools Editors ; Why I said no to Coca-Cola / by John Sheehan ; Coping with TV : some lesson ideas / by Bob Peterson ; Seventeen, self-image, and stereotypes / by Bakari Chavanu ; Rethinking MySpace / by Antero Garcia ; Six, going on sixteen / by Geralyn Bywater Mclaughlin ; Bonfire of the Disney princesses / by Barbara Ehrenreich ; Sweatshop accounting / by Larry Steele ; My year with Nike / by Rachel Cloues
  • Part 2:
  • Critique how popular culture and media frame historical events and actors. The politics of children's literature : what's wrong with the Rosa Parks myth / by Herbert Kohl ; Once upon a genocide : Columbus in children's literature / by Bill Bigelow ; The truth about Helen Keller / by Ruth Shagoury ; Why I'm not thankful for Thanksgiving / by Michael Dorris ; Mulan's mixed messages / by Chyng Feng Sun ; A Barbie-doll Pocahontas / by Cornel Pewewardy ; Fiction posing as truth / by Debbie Reese et al. ; 'Save the Muslim girl!' / by Özlem Sensoy and Elizabeth Marshall ; Marketing American girlhood / by Elizabeth Marshall
  • Part 3:
  • Examine race, class, gender, sexuality, and social histories in popular culture and media. Girls, worms, and body image / by Kate Lyman ; Math and media : students use math to track media bias / by Bob Peterson ; Human beings are not mascots / by Barbara Munson ; Race : some teachable - and uncomfortable - moments / by Heidi Tolentino ; Seventh graders and sexism / by Lisa Espinosa ; Rethinking Agatha Christie / by Sudie Hofmann ; School days : hail, hail, rock 'n' roll / by Rick Mitchell ; Deconstructing Barbie : math and popular culture / by Swapna Mukhopadhyay ; Unlearning the myths that bind us : critiquing fairy tales and cartoons / by Linda Christensen ; Looking pretty, waiting for the prince / by Lila Johnson ; Looking for the girls / by Andrea Brown-Thirston ; Miles of aisles of sexism / by Sudie Hofmann
  • Part 4:
Control code
681054944
Dimensions
26 cm
Edition
1st ed
Extent
viii, 340 p.
Isbn
9780942961485
Lccn
2011000544
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)681054944
Label
Rethinking popular culture and media, edited by Elizabeth Marshall and Özlem Sensoy
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • View and analyze representations of teachers, youth, and schools. TV bullies : how Glee and anti-bullying programs miss the mark / by Gerald Walton ; Kid nation / by Ellen Goodman ; Freedom writers : white teacher to the rescue / by Chela Delgado ; City teaching, beyond the stereotypes / by Gregory Michie ; Sticking it to the man / by Wayne Au ; More than just dance lessons / by Terry Burant
  • Part 5:
  • Take action for a just society. Taking the offensive against offensive toys / by Leonore Gordon ; Beyond pink and blue / by Robin Cooley ; Taking action against Disney / by Steven Friedman ; Why we banned Legos / by Ann Pelo and Kendra Pelojoaquin ; 'Lego fascists' (that's us) vs. Fox News / by Rethinking Schools Editors ; Tuning in to violence : students use math to analyze what TV is teaching them / by Margot Pepper ; Examining media violence / by Bakari Chavanu
  • Part 6:
  • Use popular culture and media to transgress. 'And ya don't stop' : using Hip Hop in the language arts classroom / by Wayne Au ; Stenciling dissent : political graffiti engages students in the history of protest for social justice / by Andrew Reed ; The murder of Sean Bell / by Renée Watson ; Knock, knock : turning pain into power / by Linda Christensen ; Haiku and Hiroshima / by Wayne Au
  • Introduction / by Elizabeth Marshall and Özlem Sensoy
  • Part 1:
  • Study the relationship among corporations, youth, and schooling. Moving beyond media literacy / by Rethinking Schools Editors ; Why I said no to Coca-Cola / by John Sheehan ; Coping with TV : some lesson ideas / by Bob Peterson ; Seventeen, self-image, and stereotypes / by Bakari Chavanu ; Rethinking MySpace / by Antero Garcia ; Six, going on sixteen / by Geralyn Bywater Mclaughlin ; Bonfire of the Disney princesses / by Barbara Ehrenreich ; Sweatshop accounting / by Larry Steele ; My year with Nike / by Rachel Cloues
  • Part 2:
  • Critique how popular culture and media frame historical events and actors. The politics of children's literature : what's wrong with the Rosa Parks myth / by Herbert Kohl ; Once upon a genocide : Columbus in children's literature / by Bill Bigelow ; The truth about Helen Keller / by Ruth Shagoury ; Why I'm not thankful for Thanksgiving / by Michael Dorris ; Mulan's mixed messages / by Chyng Feng Sun ; A Barbie-doll Pocahontas / by Cornel Pewewardy ; Fiction posing as truth / by Debbie Reese et al. ; 'Save the Muslim girl!' / by Özlem Sensoy and Elizabeth Marshall ; Marketing American girlhood / by Elizabeth Marshall
  • Part 3:
  • Examine race, class, gender, sexuality, and social histories in popular culture and media. Girls, worms, and body image / by Kate Lyman ; Math and media : students use math to track media bias / by Bob Peterson ; Human beings are not mascots / by Barbara Munson ; Race : some teachable - and uncomfortable - moments / by Heidi Tolentino ; Seventh graders and sexism / by Lisa Espinosa ; Rethinking Agatha Christie / by Sudie Hofmann ; School days : hail, hail, rock 'n' roll / by Rick Mitchell ; Deconstructing Barbie : math and popular culture / by Swapna Mukhopadhyay ; Unlearning the myths that bind us : critiquing fairy tales and cartoons / by Linda Christensen ; Looking pretty, waiting for the prince / by Lila Johnson ; Looking for the girls / by Andrea Brown-Thirston ; Miles of aisles of sexism / by Sudie Hofmann
  • Part 4:
Control code
681054944
Dimensions
26 cm
Edition
1st ed
Extent
viii, 340 p.
Isbn
9780942961485
Lccn
2011000544
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)681054944

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