Intersectional Analysis as a Method to Analyze Popular Culture: Clarity in the Matrix

1st Edition

Erica B. Edwards, Jennifer Esposito

Routledge
December 17, 2019 Forthcoming
Reference - 208 Pages - 1 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780367173425 - CAT# K413587
Series: Futures of Data Analysis in Qualitative Research

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Summary

Intersectional Analysis as a Method to Analyze Popular Culture: Clarity in the Matrix explores how race, class, gender, sexuality, and other social categories are represented in, and constructed by, some of the most significant popular culture artifacts in contemporary Western culture.

Through readings of racialized television sitcoms, LGBTQ+ representation in mainstream American music, the role of Black Panther in Western imperialist projects, and self-love narratives promoted by social media influencers, it demonstrates how novice and emerging researchers can use intersectional theory as an analysis method in the field of cultural studies. The case studies presented are contextualized through a brief history of intersectional theory, a methodological rationale for its use in relation to popular culture, and a review of the ethical considerations researchers should take before, during, and after they approach popular artifacts.

Intended to be a text book for novice and emerging researchers across a wide range of social science disciplines, this book serves as a practical guide to uncover the multiple and interlocking ways oppression is reified, resisted and/or negotiated through popular culture.

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