Deliciously consumable: The uses and abuses of irony in sex-trafficking film campaigns

Arthurs, J. (2011) Deliciously consumable: The uses and abuses of irony in sex-trafficking film campaigns. In: Ross, K., ed. (2011) The Handbook of Gender, Sex and Media. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 470-486. ISBN 9781444338546

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Abstract

The Handbook of Gender, Sex and Media offers original insights into the complex set of relations which exist between gender, sex, sexualities and the media, and in doing so, showcases new research at the forefront of media and communication practice and theory. •Brings together a collection of new, cutting-edge research exploring a number of different facets of the broad relationship between gender and media •Moves beyond associating gender with man/woman and instead considers the relationship between the construction of gender norms, biological sex and the mediation of sex and sexuality •Offers genuinely new insights into the complicated and complex set of relations which exist between gender, sex, sexualities and the media •Essay topics range from the continuing sexism of TV advertising to ways in which the internet is facilitating the (re)invention of our sexual selves.

Item Type:Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords:irony, sex-trafficking, film campaigns
Faculty/Department:Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education > Department of Arts and Cultural Industries
Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education
ID Code:16481
Deposited By: J. Triggle
Deposited On:01 Feb 2012 16:52
Last Modified:12 Aug 2013 08:07

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