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Whiteness: The Communication of Social…

Whiteness: The Communication of Social Identity

by Thomas K. Nakayama (Editor), Judith N. Martin (Editor)

Other authors: Lisa Bradford (Contributor), Kevin DeLuca (Contributor), Jolanta A. Drzewiecka (Contributor), Parker C. Johnson (Contributor), Priya Kapoor (Contributor)14 more, Robert L. Krizek (Contributor), Wen Shu Lee (Contributor), Judith N. Martin (Contributor), Debian Marty (Contributor), Dreama Moon (Contributor), Thomas K. Nakayama (Contributor), Kent A. Ono (Contributor), Sarah Projansky (Contributor), Raka Shome (Contributor), Christina W. Stage (Contributor), Melissa Steyn (Contributor), K. E. Supriya (Contributor), Philip C. Wander (Contributor), Kathleen Wong (Lau) (Contributor)

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Martin, Judith N.Editormain authorall editionsconfirmed
Bradford, LisaContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
DeLuca, KevinContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Drzewiecka, Jolanta A.Contributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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This collection of outstanding essays employs a range of approaches to understanding `whiteness' as a communication phenomenon. Contributors use analyses of media representations, social scientific data results, poststructuralist theoretical discussions and postcolonial critiques of whiteness. The editors conclude by summarizing not only specific claims about whiteness identity, but about how multimethodological approaches to communication offer new ways of considering research.

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