Media and Violence: Gendering the Debates / Edition 1
Each chapter contains an Introduction and summary, which point to the major issues addressed; key question to encourage independent thought; further readingsections for future study; a glossary outlining key terms an appendix containing a brief summary of the criminal case examples.
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About the Author
Dr. Karen Boyle is a Lecturer in Film & Television Studies at the University of Glasgow where her teaching focuses on issues of spectatorship, identity, gender, violence and feminism. She has presented the ideas collected in this book at a number of international conferences and has published articles on media/ violence in a range of refereed journals
Table of ContentsPART ONE: THE MEDIA/VIOLENCE DEBATEThe Effects of Violence in the MediaBeyond Cause and EffectPART TWO: REPORTING VIOLENCEFrom Jack to OJ True Crimes of Male ViolenceDeadlier Than the Males? True Crimes of Women's ViolencePART THREE: SCREENING VIOLENCESeeing (as) Violence Film, feminism and the Male GazeThe Days of Whose Lives? Violence, (post-)feminism and Television