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A powerful, uncompromising explanation of how subtle sources of hatred contained throughout our media and culture have resulted in a tolerance for hate crimes in America. * Provides readers with an understanding of how deeply embedded in daily cultural practices the roots of hatred are in American culture * Spotlights the role of cultural institutions such as the media, political rhetoric, and the entertainment industry in fostering an atmosphere of hate * Portrays hate crime as unexceptional in American culture rather than isolated acts of deviant individuals * Examines media depictions of those considered "Other" throughout American history, including enemies during war, immigrants, different racial and religious groups, and those whose sexual identities have been deemed "Other"
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"A useful resource for anyone interested in communication, media studies, cultural studies, and criminal justice. Summing Up: Recommended. Upper-division undergraduates and above." - ChoiceAbout the Author:
Victoria Munro, PhD, is coordinator for an undergraduate research grant program at the University of Minnesota.
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