Heroes, heroines, and everything in between : challenging gender and sexuality stereotypes in children's entertainment media / edited by CarrieLynn D. Reinhard and Christopher J. Olson.
Contributor(s): Olson, Christopher J [editor.] | Reinhard, CarrieLynn D [editor.].Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, Description: 1 online resource (ix, 270 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781498539586; 1498539580.Subject(s): Mass media and children | Stereotypes (Social psychology) in mass media | Sex in mass media | Gender identity in mass media | PSYCHOLOGY -- Social Psychology | Gender identity in mass media | Mass media and children | Sex in mass media | Stereotypes (Social psychology) in mass mediaGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Heroes, heroines, and everything in between.DDC classification: 302.23083 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Current characters in children’s entertainment media illustrate a growing trend of representations that challenge or subvert traditional notions of gender and sexuality. From films to picture books to animated television series, children’s entertainment media around the world has consistently depicted stereotypically traditional gender roles and heterosexual relationships as the normal way that people act and engage with one another. Heroes, Heroines, and Everything in Between: Challenging Gender and Sexuality Stereotypes in Children's Entertainment Media examines how this media ecology now includes a presence for nonheteronormative genders and sexualities. It considers representations of such identities in various media products (e.g., comic books, television shows, animated films, films, children’s literature) meant for children (e.g., toddlers to teenagers). The contributors seek to identify and understand characterizations that go beyond these traditional understandings of gender and sexuality. By doing so, they explore these nontraditional representations and consider what they say about the current state of children’s entertainment media, popular culture, and global acceptance of these gender identities and sexualities.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Looking past stereotypes of gender identity and sexuality in children's media / CarrieLynn D. Reinhard, Christopher J. Olson, and Susan G. Kahlenberg -- Shezow: costume changes and gender non-conformity / Rebecca Feasey -- A little queer: ambivalence and the work of gender play in children's literature / Jennifer Miller -- Hungry for change: analysis and application of The Hunger Games / Chrys Egan -- "I'll show you what a girl is": analyzing non-stereotypical representations of gender on Liv & Maddie / Nancy Bressler -- She really knows her stuff: counter-hegemonic messages about gender in Disney Junior's Doc McStuffins / Jerralyn R.R. Moudry -- Female gender modeling between now and then: two western cartoons and their resonance with an Arab culture / Fatima Q. Al Hattami and Richard J. Schaefer -- Cold, tactless, brave, heroic, technowizards: the new feminine of Mattel's fashion dolls / Sara Austin -- Feroumont's, Hubert's and Kerascoët's heroines: debunking the myths of happiness in romantic fairy tales and romance novels / Annick Pellegrin -- "Let it go"?: re-inventing the Disney fairy tale in Frozen / Heike Steinhoff -- A computer boy or a computer girl?: adventure time, BMO and gender fluidity / Christopher J. Olson and CarrieLynn D. Reinhard -- Sexualized sponges: SpongeBob SquarePants and gender identity / Claire Burdfield -- Quantification of gender: gender counter-stereotypes across Disney and Nickelodeon networks using content analysis / Susan G. Kahlenberg -- It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a transgender superhero!: transgender characters in Marvel, DC, and Image comics / Thomas J. Billard and Brian l. Macauley -- Conclusion: new role models for children? / Christopher J. Olson.
Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on February 12, 2018).