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Dangerous discourses Dangerous discourses :
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United States
LCC: HQ1426 .D36 2016 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 305.420973 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2015042684
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Table Of Contents
Foreword / Rachel Alicia Griffin
Introduction / Catherine R. Squires
Reframing guns, violence & gender in public discourses
Coverage that kills : misogyny, "mass shootings," and the masculine economy of the u.s. news cycle / Carole A. Stabile & Bryce Peake
Silencers : guns, women, and the ban on gun violence research / Patty Sotirin
What does civility have to do with it? tv news coverage of the 2011 Tucson rampage shooting / Ruth Defoster & Catherine R. Squires
Recognizing victims
Defining women in need : VAWA identity politics / Sarah J. Jackson
The black shadow of white sympathy : hunger games, disposable black girlhood and the unspoken politics of the national gun debate / Brittany Lewis
Making visible victimhood, bringing intersectionality to a mass shooting : #sayhername, black women, and Charleston / Catherine R. Squires
Men who shoot women
The Virginia Tech tragedy and the LGBTQ media : responses of normativity and nation / Margaret Rhee
Misogyny, gun control, and mental illness : the etiology of a cultural disease / Gayatri Devi
Dames in distress(?) : when gals have guns
Feminism at the shooting range / Mary D. Vavrus & August Leinbach
Lady killers / Pamela Nettleton
Guns, violence, and the women of the walking dead / Amanda Keeler
Authorized Access Point
Squires, Catherine R., 1972- Dangerous discourses