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Asian American media activism: fighting for cultural citizenship

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New York University Press
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[2016]
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Among the most well-known YouTubers are a cadre of talented Asian American performers, including comedian Ryan Higa and makeup artist Michelle Phan. Yet beneath the sheen of these online success stories lies a problem--Asian Americans remain sorely underrepresented in mainstream film and television. When they do appear on screen, they are often relegated to demeaning stereotypes such as the comical foreigner, the sexy girlfriend, or the martial arts villain. The story that remains untold is that as long as these inequities have existed, Asian Americans have been fighting back--joining together to protest offensive imagery, support Asian American actors and industry workers, and make their voices heard. Providing a cultural history and ethnography, Asian American Media Activism assesses everything from grassroots collectives in the 1970s up to contemporary engagements by fan groups, advertising agencies, and users on YouTube and Twitter. In linking these different forms of activism, Lori Kido Lopez investigates how Asian American media activism takes place and evaluates what kinds of interventions are most effective. Ultimately, Lopez finds that activists must be understood as fighting for cultural citizenship, a deeper sense of belonging and acceptance within a nation that has long rejected them.--Publisher description.
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subject_facetAméricains d'origine asiatique dans les médias
Asian Americans in mass media
Electronic books
Ethnicité dans les médias
Ethnicity in mass media
Livres nume?riques
Livres numériques
Mass media -- Social aspects
Mass media -- Social aspects -- United States
Médias -- Aspect social -- États-Unis
PSYCHOLOGY -- Social Psychology
Racism in mass media
Racisme dans les médias
United States
e-books
title_displayAsian American media activism : fighting for cultural citizenship
title_fullAsian American media activism : fighting for cultural citizenship / Lori Kido Lopez
title_shortAsian American media activism
title_subfighting for cultural citizenship
topic_facetAméricains d'origine asiatique dans les médias
Asian Americans in mass media
Aspect social
Ethnicité dans les médias
Ethnicity in mass media
Mass media
Médias
PSYCHOLOGY
Racism in mass media
Racisme dans les médias
Social Psychology
Social aspects