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Comm 371: Media, Culture, and Society Situating Readings in Historic Contexts © 2010 Edward Timke Directions: One area for improvement for the final exam is to properly match each reading’s content with its discussed historic context. Complete the chart below to help you map (in timeline form) the key cultural, economic, social, and political issues of each time period as well as the course reading(s) discussing each time period. A full author list is found at the bottom of the page. Cultural, economic, social, and political issues Author(s) discussing this time period/decade Pre- Civil War 1860s to 1900 1900 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s Authors and Titles (In Same Order as Syllabus; Column One is Pre-Midterm, Column Two is Post-Midterm) : Fiske (“The Jeaning of America”)
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Unformatted text preview: Hall ("Ethnicity: Identity and Difference") Lears ( Fables of Abundance ) Kasson ( Amusing the Million ) Carby (“It Jus Be’s Dat Way Sometime”) McFadden (“America’s Boyfriend…”) Lipsitz (“Meaning of Memory”) Spigel (“The Suburban Home Companion”) Kunzel (“Pulp Fictions and Problem Girls”) Frank ( The Conquest of Cool ) Torres ( Black, White, and In Color ) Gitlin ( The Whole World is Watching ) Gans ( Values in the News ) Levine ( Wallowing in Sex ) Gross (“Out of the Mainstream: Sexual Minorities…”) Battles & Hilton-Morrow (“… Will and Grace ”) Dávila ( Latinos, Inc. ) Rose ( The Hip Hop Wars ) Cohen ( The Boundaries of Blackness: AIDS… ”) McAlister (“Military Multiculturalism in the Gulf War…”)...
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