Watching Wildlife traces the history of the wildlife genre from precinematic, colonial visual culture to its contemporary status as flagship programming on global television. Cynthia Chris's analysis of shows such as Crocodile Hunter and film and television history like the launch of Animal Planet, points out how documentary images of animals present prevailing ideologies about human gender, sexuality, and race._x000B_
Subjects: Performing Arts
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