Illuminating the unstable relationship between commercial television programs, liberal democratic values, and white supremacist ideology, Monitored Peril clearly demonstrates the pervasiveness of racialized discourse in the U.S. “This is simply the best book on the representations of Asian-Americans in media culture and should be the standard reference for years to come.” --Douglas Kellner, University of Texas at Austin
Subjects: Performing Arts
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