The Routledge companion to disability and media

Contributor(s): Ellis, Katie [Editor] | Goggin, Gerard [Editor] | Haller, Beth [Editor] | Curtis, Rosemary [Editor]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York Routledge 2020Description: xxvi, 423p.: ill. Include indexISBN: 9781138884588Subject(s): Mass media - People with disabilities | People with disabilities - Press coverage | People with disabilities in mass media | People with disabilities - Media technologyDDC classification: 302.23087 Summary: An authoritative and indispensable guide to disability and media, this thoughtfully curated collection features varied and provocative contributions from distinguished scholars globally, alongside next-generation research leaders. Disability and media have emerged as a dynamic and exciting area of contemporary culture and social life. Media–– especially digital technology––play a vital role in disability transformations, with widespread implications for global societies and how we understand communications. This book addresses this development, from representation and audience through technologies, innovations and challenges of the field. Through the varied and global perspectives of leading researchers, writers, and practitioners, including many authors with lived experience of disability, it covers a wide range of traditional, emergent and future media forms and formats. International in scope and orientation, The Routledge Companion to Disability and Media offers students and scholars alike a comprehensive survey of the intersections between disability studies and media studies https://www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-Companion-to-Disability-and-Media/Ellis-Goggin-Haller-Curtis/p/book/9781032085371
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Table of Contents

Introduction: Disability and media
an emergent field / Gerard Goggin, Katie Ellis, Beth Haller, and Rosemary Curtis
Disability imaginaries in the news / Tanya Titchkosky
What's it all worth? The political economy of disability representation in Indian media / Nookaraju Bendukurthi and Usha Raman
Decolonizing the dynamics of media power and media representation between 1830 and 1930 : Australian indigenous peoples with disability / John Gilroy, Jo Ragen and Helen Meekosha
Featuring disabled women in advertisements: the commodification of diversity? / Ella Houston
Still playing it safe: a comparative analysis of disability narratives in the sessions, breathing lessons, and On seeing a sex surrogate / Jonathan Bartholomy
Mental distress, romance and gender in contemporary films: Greenberg and Silver linings playbook / Alison Wilde
Still Julianne: projecting dementia on the silvering screen / Sally Chivers
Authentic disability representation on U.S. Television past and present / Beth Haller
The spectacularization of disability sport: Brazilian and Australian newspaper photographs of 2012 London Paralympic athletes / Tatiane Hilgemberg, Katie Ellis and Madison Magladry
George R.R. Martin and the two dwarfs / Mia Harrison
Embodying metaphors: disability tropes in political cartoons / Beth Haller
Resisting erasure: reading (dis)ability and race in speculative media / Sami Schalk
Producer disability popular culture: the collision of critical and receptive attitudes / Katie Ellis
The Bodies of Film Club: disability, identity, and empowerment / Fiona Whittington-Walsh, and Kya Bezanson, Christian Burton, Jaci Mackendrick, Katie Miller, Emma Sawatzky, Colton Turner
Disability Narratives in the News Media: A Spotlight on Africa / Olusola Ogundola
Disabled media creators in Afghanistan, China and Somalia / Patricia Chadwick
Youth with disabilities in Africa: bridging the disability divide / Kimberly O'Haver
Engaging accessibility issues through mobile videos in Montréal / Laurence Parent
Pages of life: using a telenovela to promote the inclusion of students with disabilities in Brazil / Patricia Almeida
How do you write that in sign language? : A graphic signed novel as a source of epistemological reflection on writing / Véro Leduc
GimpGirl: insider perspectives on technology and the lives of disabled women / Jennifer Cole and Jason Nolan
Digital media accessibility: an evolving vinfrastructure of possibility / Elizabeth Ellcessor
Making the web more interactive and accessible for blind people / Jonathan Lazar and Brian Wentz
Social media and disability-it's complicated / Michael Kent
When Face-to-face is screen-to-screen: reconsidering mobile media as communication augmentations and alternatives / Meryl Alper
Mobile phones and visual impairment in South Africa: experiences from a small town / Lorenzo Dalvit
Video on demand: is this Australia's new disability divide? / Wayne Hawkins
Individuals with physical impairments as life hackers? : Analyzing online content to interrogate dis/ability and design / Jerry Robinson
Interdependence in collaboration with robots / Eleanor Sandry
Dropping the disability beat: why specialized reporting doesn't solve disability (mis)representation / Chelsea Temple Jones
Advertising disability and the diversity directive / Josh Loebner
Disability advocacy in BBC's Ouch and ABC's Ramp up / Shawn Burns
Representing difference: disability, digital storytelling, and public pedagogy / Carla Rice and Eliza Chandler
Needs must: digital innovations in disability rights advocacy / Filippo Trevisan
Disability media work / Katie Ellis and Melissa Merchant
Books and people with print disabilities: public value and the international disability human rights agenda / David Adair and Paul Harpur.

An authoritative and indispensable guide to disability and media, this thoughtfully curated collection features varied and provocative contributions from distinguished scholars globally, alongside next-generation research leaders.
Disability and media have emerged as a dynamic and exciting area of contemporary culture and social life. Media–– especially digital technology––play a vital role in disability transformations, with widespread implications for global societies and how we understand communications. This book addresses this development, from representation and audience through technologies, innovations and challenges of the field. Through the varied and global perspectives of leading researchers, writers, and practitioners, including many authors with lived experience of disability, it covers a wide range of traditional, emergent and future media forms and formats. International in scope and orientation, The Routledge Companion to Disability and Media offers students and scholars alike a comprehensive survey of the intersections between disability studies and media studies

https://www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-Companion-to-Disability-and-Media/Ellis-Goggin-Haller-Curtis/p/book/9781032085371

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