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20 July 2010 Class

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20 July 2010 Class 21:47 Stuart Hall 1932- center for contemporary cultural studies (center established in 1960s) The Spectacle of the ‘Other’ – Stuart Hall Hero’s or Villains? What are some of Hall’s framing questions? What kind of images does Hall begin with? Ben Johnson & Carl Lewis 1988 photo, “Heroes and Villains” drug article Begins with images of sports; African Americans and spots What does he mean by “meaning floats” and what other terms have we that refer to  this? To give the preferred meaning  both heroism and villainy associated with the picture of Johnson and Lewis Other points fear of black sexuality according to Hall racial stereotypes and sexual assumptions Florence Griffith-Joyner being referred to as “gorilla”, looking like a man, very athletic  Inter-textuality ”each image carries its own, specific meaning. But at the broader level 
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  • Stuart Hall, Contemporary Cultural Studies, Claude levi strauss, preferred meaning, similar representational practices

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