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Race, Representation, and Satire examines the role of humor, sarcasm, and parody in providing audiences with insight into race and racism in contemporary media through an analysis of representations of race and ethnicity in texts, online content, television shows, and comedy routines. Contributors argue that while many minoritized groups continue to be targeted by stereotypes and myths that have lingered for centuries, satire and comedy can be powerful tools for reversing harmful narratives and generating accurate, authentic, and inclusive representations. Scholars of media studies, popular culture, rhetoric, and race will find this book particularly useful.
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About the Author
Chrisotpher P. Campbell is a former professor at The University of Southern Mississippi with expertise in race and media, media economics, journalism, and cultural criticism.