by Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, History and International Affairs, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University in Washington, D.C .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 81-91).
|Statement||Jack G. Shaheen.|
|Series||Occasional papers series, Occasional papers series (Georgetown University. Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding)|
|LC Classifications||P96.S74 S53 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 91 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||00710853|
Arab and Muslim Stereotyping in American Popular Culture Jack G. Shaheen Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, History and International Affairs, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, - Arabs - 91 pages. The Anti-Arab-American Discrimination Hate Crimes document, published by the ADC in November , and CAIR's manual, A Rush to Judgment: A Special Report on Anti-Muslim Stereotyping report many similar incidents. In Oklahoma City, Suhair al-Mosawia, a Muslim woman, seven months pregnant, lost her son after vigilantes stoned her home. Arab and Muslim stereotyping in American popular culture. Washington, D.C.: Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, History and International Affairs, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, © Arab and Muslim Stereotyping in American Popular Culture Dr. Jack G. Shaheen, Pennsylvania-born emeritus professor of mass communications at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and now a visiting professor at the Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University, wrote the book, literally, on media stereotyping of Arab Americans.
Shaheen is the leading expert on Arab stereotypes in Hollywood films, television shows and elsewhere in popular culture. He is the author of four books: Nuclear War Films; Arab and Muslim Stereotyping in American Popular Culture; The TV Arab; and the award-winning book and film Reel Bad Arabs: How Hollywood Vilifies a People. He is a member of the AANM’s National Advisory Board, and co-hosted . Arabs in Popular Culture. Disney is by no means the only offender. Popular culture aimed at children is replete with negative images of Arab women as belly dancers and harem girls, and Arab men as violent terrorists, oil “sheiks,” and marauding tribesmen who kidnap blond Western women. Muslims and the Making of America by Amir Hussain is another book about Muslims in America, but from a surprisingly different perspective. Hussain highlights the aspects of American popular culture where Muslims have made an indelible mark: music, politics, architecture and sports. It's a short read but highly : Saadia Faruqi. The media nearly always portray Arabs and Arab-Americans as Muslims, although most Arab-Americans identify as Christian and just 12 percent of the world’s Muslims are Arabs, according to PBS. In addition to being sweepingly identified as Muslims in film and television, Arabs are often presented as : Nadra Kareem Nittle.
Longtime Media Critic And Writer Jack Shaheen Dies At Code Switch Shaheen, an author and critic, spent his life battling stereotypes of Muslims and Arab-Americans in popular culture. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Arab and Muslim Stereotyping in American Popular Culture (Occasional Papers Series) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5(2). Reel bad Arabs: how Hollywood vilifies a people User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict Shaheen (mass communication, Southern Illinois Univ.; Arab and Muslim Stereotypes in American Popular Culture) has written a meticulous, passionate, and very articulate description of . Arab society and culture: This book talks about mass media and Muslims. It also explains the wide range of identities sculpted and based on these people. It also talks about mass media changing music and videos to things relating sinful nature, that could possibly affect the Arab .