Browsing Department of Information Science and Media Studies by Subject "counter-stereotypes"
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Counter-stereotypical Images of Muslim Characters in the Television Serial 24: A Difference that Makes no Difference? (Manchetser University Press, 2015)In the early years of the millennium racial counter-stereotypes gained prominence in Hollywood entertainment. This article examines the television serial 24’s (2001–10) efforts to combat allegations of stereotyping by ...Journal article
Delineating boundariesbetween 'us' and 'them': A reception study of the representation of Muslim characters in the television serial 24 (The University of Bergen, 2014-11-07)This thesis presents an examination of the US television serial 24’s representation of Muslim characters, and it explores to what extent the perception of these characters can be determined by the cultural and ethnic ...Doctoral thesis
Textual poaching, gamekeeping and the counter-stereotype: US and Norwegian online fans’ perceptions of positive portrayals of Muslims in 24 (Walter de Gruyter, 2014-06)In the analogue era, fan studies explored localized resistance within fan communities’ cultural practices, examining how this might lead to new understandings of gender, sexuality, and race. However, there has been less ...Journal article