3 edition of "Race", representation and the sporting body found in the catalog.
"Race", representation and the sporting body
2002 by Goldsmiths" College, Centre for Urban and Community Research in London .
Written in English
This paper is a longer version of an article which appeared in "New formations" 45, Winter (2001/2002) under the title "Fear of a black athlete : masculinity, politics and the body".
|Statement||by Ben Carrington.|
|Series||Critical urban studies : occasional papers, Critical urban studies|
|Contributions||Goldsmiths" College. Centre for Urban and Community Research.|
Race is not biological. It is a social construct. There is no gene or cluster of genes common to all blacks or all whites. Were race “real” in the genetic sense, racial classifications for. This lack of representation goes beyond visual media and is apparent in literature. According to a study by the cooperative children’s book center, % of 3, books were about African-Americans, % were about Asian-Pacific Americans, and % were about Latinos. media access. In Broadcasting Freedom: Radio, War, and the Politics of Race, , Barabara Savage () argues that black leaders understood the importance of media images and the need to exert influence on their representation. The media are not merely entertainment and information venues, but powerful social forces that impact our. the "perfect body", through such disciplinary practices as physical fitness activities and the monitoring of body weight. The obsession with the fit, thin, and healthy body (three ideas that have come to be entangled and treated as equivalent) has resulted from the creation of two types of discourse. The first is a health discourse.
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