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Comm 371: Media, Culture, & Society Fall 2010
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Round 2: OMG! Terms to Make Heads Explode Arguments & Authors Don’t Forget Before the Midterm History Only Found in Footnotes Oh Crap 20 20 20 20 20 40 40 40 40 40 60 60 60 60 60 80 80 80 80 80 100 100 100 100 100
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Terms to Make Heads Explode
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A term associated with Antonio Gramsci, a political prisoner when Italy was under Fascist rule in the 1920s/1930s, that describes a process of uniting “persuasion from above with consent from below.” This process involves dominance and power directing events in society that rest on social authority and legitimation, but this power is not raw power. It’s the power of culture, tradition, values, etc.
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Dávila argues that Latinization is an “ ‘out-of-many, one-people’ process through which ‘Latinos’ or ‘Hispanics’ are conceived and represented as sharing one common identity. These processes are not properly seen as a top-down development, resulting from commodification and appropriation of Latino culture or from self-agency; rather, they stem from the contrary involvement of and negotiations between dominant, imposed, and self- generated interests” (pp. 16-7). “The ensuing enactments, definitions, and representations of Hispanic or Latino culture from such continuing processes are” called what (p. 17)?
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What author writes this? What term does it represent? “…the heavy promotion of gangstas, pimps, and hoes churned out for mainstream consumption of hip hop” (p. 24).
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What term does this quote represent? Which author defined this term? “…the media possess the ability to alter an individual’s concern over, or the priority given to, an issue…[the more] attention media outlets designate to an issue or event…the more likely the public is to view the issue as having great importance” (p. 151).
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A term used by Sasha Torres to summarize former NYC Mayor Rudolph Giuliani’s brutal clean up of NYC in the 1990s at all costs, including ignorance or blatant lack of oversight of police brutality against minorities.
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