Beyond the American Indian Stereotype: There's More to Me Than What You See - Intersections of Race, Ethnicity, and Culture (Hardback)Joely Proudfit (author)
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A comprehensive exploration of misappropriation and stereotyping related to American Indians that addresses the dynamics of proactive strategies and the need for critical reflective decision making by students to move beyond these stereotypes of American Indians.
* Documents how the gender representations of American Indians in movies is a complex history of abusive portrayals and stereotypes that falsely objectify lifestyles and culture and communicate these depictions as social reality
* Defines and explains important terms-prejudice, discrimination, power, ethnocentrism, xenophobia, tolerance, racism, misappropriation, misrepresentation-that are critical to the consideration of the topic
* Enables readers to compare and contrast essential concepts in case studies and engage in meaningful, reflective assessments
Number of pages: 245
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