Disability and the media : prescriptions for change / Charles A. Riley II.

By: Riley, Charles AMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Hanover, NH : University Press of New England, c2005Description: xviii, 258 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 1584654732 (cloth : alk. paper)Subject(s): People with disabilities in mass media | People with disabilities -- United StatesDDC classification: 302.23/087 LOC classification: HV1553 | .R49 2005Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Heroes of assimilation : or how the media transform disability -- Whose life is it anyway? : the use and abuse of the disability memoir -- Getting it on paper : revising the disability story for the print media -- I'd like to thank the academy : losing focus on disability in movies and television -- And here's the pitch : how advertising uses disability -- Milestones, mixed messages, and missed opportunities : the unfinished business of the disability media -- We : the short happy life of an independent magazine -- "On the Web we're all equal" and other myths about disability and multimedia.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [237]-244) and index.

Heroes of assimilation : or how the media transform disability -- Whose life is it anyway? : the use and abuse of the disability memoir -- Getting it on paper : revising the disability story for the print media -- I'd like to thank the academy : losing focus on disability in movies and television -- And here's the pitch : how advertising uses disability -- Milestones, mixed messages, and missed opportunities : the unfinished business of the disability media -- We : the short happy life of an independent magazine -- "On the Web we're all equal" and other myths about disability and multimedia.

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