Overall the colorblind screen is a timely anthology that joins a small but i hope growing number of works that address colorblind and post race discourses in media this collection demonstrates the continued need to consider the central role television plays in the articulation construction and contestation of contemporary racial . Screen television in post racial america considers how american politics of multiculturalism along with colorblind racism contribute to a unique atmosphere in television where race is briefly taken into account in. Book description the election of president barack obama signaled for many the realization of a post racial america a nation in which racism was no longer a defining social cultural and political issue. The colorblind screen a thirteen chapter volume of mass media studies in a post racial america examines as its central theme the ideology of colour blindness in mass media colour blindness is seen as the role and complicity of the media in perpetuating a comforting if problematic sense of . The colorblind screen has 10 ratings and 0 reviews the election of president barack obama signaled for many the realization of a post racial america a
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