|Semester||Spring Semester, 2021|
|Department||International Master's Program in International Communication Studies, First Year|
|Course Name||Portrayals of Minorities in Media|
(i) Class participation and discussion: 15%
(ii) Reading guides: 20%
(iii) Weekly assignments: 10%
(iv) Course portfolio: 20%
(v) Term paper (Final Project): 35%
|Textbook & Reference|
2-1: Murphy, Annie. (2012, Oct 6). Intelligence and the Stereotype Threat: It’s Not Me, It’s You. The New York Times, Retrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/07/opinion/sunday/intelligence-and-the-stereotype-threat.html
2-2: Mosharafa, Eman. (2015). All you Need to Know About: The Cultivation Theory. Global Journal of Human-Social Science: A Arts & Humanities – Psychology, 15 (8), 23-37.
2-3: Ramasubramanian, Srividya & Murphy, Chantrey J. (2014). Experimental Studies of Media Stereotyping Effects. In Murray Webster Jr. and Jane Sell (eds.), Laboratory Experiments in the Social Sciences- Second Edition, 385-402. Elsevier Academic Press.
2-4: Stangor, Charles., Jhangiani, Rajiv. & Tarry, Hammond. (2014). Principles of Social Psychology- 1st International Edition. BCcampus OpenEd, Minneapolis : Open Textbook Library.
3-1: Loa, Lok-Sin. (2013, Nov 14). Hakka Council Has NT$2 Million Budget Taken Away. Taipei Times, Retrieved from http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2013/11/14/2003576840
3-2(CHS): Wang, Wen-Chun. (2005). The Boundary of Hakka: Interpretation and Reconstruction of Hakka Images. Soochow Journal of Sociology, 18, 117-156.
3-3(CHS): Peng, Wen-Cheng. (2008). Investigating Hakka Images in Taiwan’s Mainstream Newspapers. In Association for Hakka Studies (ed.), Ethnic Diversity and Hakka: Hakka Movement in Taiwan for 20 Years, 274-295. Taipei, Wunan Books Inco.
4-1: ABC News. (2020, Dec 9). Istanbul Basaksehir, PSG walk off field during Champions League clash due to alleged racism from fourth official. ABC News, Retrieved from https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-12-09/ champions-league-walk-off-istanbul-basaksehir-psg-racism/12964002
4-2: Chao Ching-yu, Yang Shu-min, Yeh Su-ping, Hsu Chih-wei & Lim Emerson. (2020, Sep 28). Taiwanese media criticized for disrespecting indigenous culture. Focus Taiwan CNA English News, Retrieved from https://focustaiwan.tw/society/202009280016
4-3: The Opportunity Agenda. (2011). Social Science Literature Review: Media Representations and Impact on the Lives of Black Men and Boys, Retrieved from https://www.opportunityagenda.org/explore/resources-publications/ social- science-literature-review
4-4: Vergeer, Maurice., Lubbers, Marcel. & Scheepers, Peer. (2000). Exposure to Newspapers and Attitudes toward Ethnic Minorities: A Longitudinal Analysis, Howard Journal of Communications, 11:2, 127-143.
4-5(CHS): Lien, Shu-Chin. (2018). The presentations of aboriginal people on Taiwanese Newspaper: Frequency, importance, bias, and image. Journal of CAGST, 3-15.
5-1: Tukachinsky, Riva., Mastro, Dana. & Yarchi, Moran. (2015). Documenting Portrayals of Race/Ethnicity on Primetime Television over a 20-Year Span and Their Association with National-Level Racial/Ethnic Attitudes. Journal of Social Issues, 71 (1), 17-38.
5-2(CHS): Chen, Chih-Jou & Ng, Ka-u. (2017). Public Attitudes toward Marriage Migrants in Taiwan: The Ten-Year Change, 2004–2014. Journal of Social Sciences and Philosophy, 29 (3), 415–452.
5-3: Cheng, Hsin-I. (2016). On Migrant Workers’ Social Status in Taiwan: A Critical Analysis of Mainstream News Discourse. International Journal of Communication, 10, 2509–2528.
6-1: Lee, Daphne K. (2021). Netflix’s ‘Bling Empire’ Wants Us To Believe Crazy Rich Asian Stereotypes. The VICE Newsletter, Retrieved from https://www.vice.com/en/article/bvx3jd/netflix-bling-empire-crazy-rich-asian- stereotypes- representation
6-2: Ramasubramanian, Srividya., Doshi, Marissa Joanna. & Saleem, Muniba. (2017). Mainstream Versus Ethnic Media: How They Shape Ethnic Pride and Self-Esteem Among Ethnic Minority Audiences. International Journal of Communication, 11, 1879–1899.
6-3(CHS): Chung, Chia-Shun. (2009). Who we are? We speak for ourselves--A content analysis for News of Indigenous in the Taiwan Indigenous TV (Unpublished master’s thesis). Nanhua University, Chiayi County, Taiwan.
6-4: Cottle, Simon. (2000). Ethnic Minorities & The Media: Changing Cultural Boundaries (Issues in Cultural and Media Studies), Philadelphia: Open University Press. (Changing Representations: pp7-15)
7-1: Yang, Sophia. (2021, Feb 6). Taiwan's showbiz asked to stop making dirty jokes about female entertainers. Taiwan News, Retrieved from https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/4121840
7-2: Gill, Gurvinder. & Rahman-Jones, Imran. (2020, Jul 9). Me Too founder Tarana Burke: Movement is not over. BBC News, Retrieved from https://www.bbc.com/news/newsbeat-53269751
7-3: Sink, Alexander & Mastro, Dana. (2017). Depictions of Gender on Primetime Television: A Quantitative Content Analysis. Mass Communication and Society, 20 (1), 3–22.
7-4: Ward, Monique L. & Grower, Petal. (2020). Media and the Development of Gender Role Stereotypes. Annual Review of Developmental Psychology, 2020 (2), 177-199.
7-5(CHS): Huang, Wei-Wei. (2009). Case Analysis on the Representation of Gender Issues in Taiwanese Television Programs. Research Project for National Communications Commission in 2009.
7-6: Chi, Chia-Wen. (1999). Gender stereotypes: a comparison of U.S. and Taiwanese magazine advertisements (Unpublished master’s thesis). San Jose State University, California, US.
8-1: Chen, Naomi. (2020, May 1). Pink Masks: For Boys As Well As Girls. The Taiwan Times, Retrieved from https:// thetaiwantimes.com/pink-masks-for-boys-as-well-as-girls/
8-2: Hollingsworth, Julia. (2019, May 17). Taiwan legalizes same-sex marriage in historic first for Asia. CNN News, Retrieved from https://edition.cnn.com/2019/05/17/asia/taiwan-same-sex-marriage-intl/index.html
8-3: Ayoub, Phillip & Garretson, Jeremiah. (2017). Getting the Message Out: Media Context and Global Changes in Attitudes toward Homosexuality. Comparative Political Studies, 50 (8), 1055-1085.
8-4: Cheng, Yen-hsin Alice., Wu, Fen-Chieh Felice & Adamczyk, Amy. (2016). Changing Attitudes Toward Homosexuality in Taiwan, 1995–2012. Chinese Sociological Review, 48 (4), 317-345.
8-5: Wang, Zhixin. (2017). Eyeing marriage equality: News media representation of same-sex marriage legalization debate in Taiwan. (Unpublished master’s thesis). Lund University, Lund, Sweden.
8-6: Gonta, Gabby., Hansen, Shannon., Fagin, Claire & Fong, Jennevieve. (2017). Changing Media and Changing Minds: Media Exposure and Viewer Attitudes Toward Homosexuality. Pepperdine Journal of Communication Research, 5, 22-34.
9-1: Liu, Lyla. Taiwan's first transgender government official gets fashion makeover. Taiwan News, Retrieved from https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3924184
9-2: McLaren, Jackson Taylor. (2017). “Recognize Me”: An Analysis of Transgender Media Representation (Unpublished master’s thesis). University of Windsor, Windsor, Canada.
9-3: Solomon, Haley. (2016). Media’s Influence on Perceptions of Trans Women (Unpublished bachelor’s thesis). University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina, US.
12-1: Collins, Lois M. (2019, Sep 24). Ageism is costing this country billions- Here’s how. Deseret News, Retrieved from https://www.deseret.com/indepth/2019/9/24/20880106/elderly-media-portrayal-ageism-us-economy-aarp
12-2(CHS): 曹賜斌 (2020, Jun 24). 為何童話中一定是「老」巫婆跟「小」仙女？揭密自古以來的「老年歧視」：年紀大錯了嗎. The Storm Media, Retrieved from https://www.storm.mg/lifestyle/2788537
12-3: Vernon, JoEtta A., Williams, Allen., Phillips, Terri & Wilson, Janet. (1991). Media Stereotyping: A Comparison of the Way Elderly Women and Men Are Portrayed on Prime-Time Television. Journal of Women & Aging, 2 (4), 55-68.
12-4: Swift, Hannah J. & Steeden, Ben. (2020). Literature review: Exploring representations of old age and ageing. Retrieved from https://www.ageing-better.org.uk/sites/default/files/2020-03/Exploring-representations-of-old-age.pdf
12-5: Settersten, Richard A. (2017). Some Things I Have Learned About Aging by Studying the Life Course. Innovation in Aging, 1 (2), 1-7.
13-1(CHS): 管中祥 (2019, Apr 5). 媒體與精障的距離｜為什麼媒體大多負面報導精障者？Civilmedia @ Taiwan, Retrieved from https://www.civilmedia.tw/archives/83655
13-2: Parrott, Scott & Parrott, Caroline T. (2015). Law & Disorder: The Portrayal of Mental Illness in U.S. Crime Dramas. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 59 (4), 640-657.
13-3(CHS): Chang, Heng-hao & Wang, Jing-yi. (2016). From “Handicapped” to “Disabled” :A Content Analysis of Disability Labels and Discourse in Taiwanese Newspapers. Taiwanese Sociology, 31, 1-41.
13-4(CHS): 管中祥、戴伊筠、陳雅萱、王皓均 (2010). Mental Illness in Media. 中華傳播學會2010 年年會會議論文, Chiayi County, Taiwan.
13-5: Reid, Lindsey. (2019, Nov 27). Misleading Media: Disabilities in Film and Television. UAB Institute for Human Rights Blog, Retrieved from https://sites.uab.edu/humanrights/2019/11/27/misleading-media-disabilities- in-film-and- television/
14-1: Tropp, Linda R. & Pettigrew, Thomas F. (2006). Relationships between Intergroup Contact and Prejudice Among Minority and Majority Status Groups. Psychological Science, 16 (12), 951-957.
14-2(CHS): Peng, Weng-Jeng. (2008). The Propagating Functions of Hakka TV in a Multi-Dialectical Culture. Journal of Audio-visual Media and Technologies, 28, 1-28.
14-3: Choi, Damee., Minote, Natsumi., Sekiya, Takahiro & Watanuki, Shigeki. (2016). Relationships between Trait Empathy and Psychological Well-Being in Japanese University Students. Psychology, 7, 1240-1247.
14-4: McFalls, Elisabeth L. & Cobb-Roberts, Deirdre. (2001). Reducing Resistance to Diversity through Cognitive Dissonance Instruction: Implications for Teacher Education. Journal of Teacher Education, 52 (2), 164-172.
14-5: Bajger, Allison. (2019, Oct 15). Brands As Stereotypes: Implications for Marketers. LRW Resources, Retrieved from https://lrwonline.com/perspective/brands-as-stereotypes-implications-for-marketers/
14-6: Morellia, Sylvia A., Ong, Desmond C., Makatia, Rucha., Jackson, Matthew O. & Zaki, Jamil. (2017). Empathy and well-being correlate with centrality in different social networks. PNAS Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 114 (37), 9843–9847.
Behm-Morawitz, Elizabeth & Ta, David. (2014). Cultivating Virtual Stereotypes: The Impact of Video Game Play on Racial/Ethnic Stereotypes. Howard Journal of Communications, 25 (1), 1–15.
Donald, Heather Mac. (2018). The Diversity Delusion: How Race and Gender Pandering Corrupt the University and Undermine Our Culture, New York: St. Martin’s Press.
Huang, Tzu-Ting. (2015). Media Representation of Taiwan’s New Female Immigrants in Documentaries. Contemporary Chinese Political Economy and Strategic Relations: An International Journal, 1 (2), 333-350.
Jhang, JhuCin. (2019). Examining Cultural Discourses in Taiwanese Gender and Sexual Minority/Tongzhi Family-of- Origin Relationships. Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review, 33, 115–142.
Lee, Meihua(CHS). (2013). A Comparative Analysis of Media Representations of Taiwan’s Yami/Tao Aboriginal Peoples. Intercultural Communication Studies, 22 (1), 63-76.
|Urls about Course|
|1. https://mediasmarts.ca/digital-media-literacy/media-issues/diversity-media 2. https://theconversation.com/us/topics/media-stereotypes-12187|