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  • Author:
    Sujata Moorti
  • ISBN:
    079145133X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0791451335
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    SUNY Press (October 25, 2001)
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    277 pages
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Analyzes the depiction of rape on television network news, daytime shows, prime time programming, and alternative programming.

Select Format: Paperback. Analyzes the depiction of rape on television network news, daytime shows, prime time programming, and alternative programming. ISBN13: 9780791451342. Release Date: October 2001.

The Color of Rape: Gender and Race in Television's Public Sphere, State University of New York Press (Albany, NY), 2001. SIDELIGHTS: Sujata Moorti is an assistant professor of women's studies at Old Dominion University. She began her working life as a reporter for Times of India, reporting on politics and women's issues. Her experience of gender discrimination in this profession prompted Moorti to move to the United States, where she began an academic career in communication and women's studies.

Through an analysis of television images of rape, this book makes important contributions to theories of the public .

Through an analysis of television images of rape, this book makes important contributions to theories of the public sphere as well as feminist theories of rape. It shows how issues pertaining to race and gender are integrated in television discussions of rape, and how ideas of race, stereotypes of black (male and female) sexuality, and the perceived threat of miscegenation Through an analysis of television images of rape, this book makes important contributions to theories of the public sphere as well as feminist theories of rape.

Moorti’s careful and consistent attention to the issues of gender, race, and their intersection provides one of the most nuanced feminist analyses of rape on United States television of any I have read. This perspective makes the book a must read not only for scholars interested in rape, and for feminist scholars in particular, but also for those concerned with gender and race in the media, generally. Sarah Projansky, University of California, Davis.

Sujata Moorti is Assistant Professor, College of Arts and Letters, Old Dominion University.

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Through an analysis of television images of rape, this book makes important contributions to theories of the public sphere . It shows how issues pertaining to race and gender are integrated in television discussions of rape, and how ideas of race, stereotypes of black (male and female) sexuality, and the perceived threat of miscegenation continue to shape contemporary attitudes toward sexual violence.

The color of rape: Gender and race in television’s public spheres. Gender and community in the social construction of the Internet. New York: Peter Lang.

Gender/race culture representations and/or audience/ fan practices and negotiations. The color of rape: Gender and race in television’s public spheres. Women watching television: Gender, class, and generation in American television experience. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Color of Rape: Gender and Race in Television’s Public Spheres. New York: State University of New York. Moreton-Robinson, Aileen. In: Andersson . Edgren . Karlsson . Nilsson G. (eds) Rape Narratives in Motion. Palgrave Studies in Crime, Media and Culture.

Analyzes the depiction of rape on television network news, daytime shows, prime time programming, and alternative programming.