By Michael Ray FitzGerald
In Native americans on community television: Stereotypes, Myths, and the “Good Indian,” Michael Ray FitzGerald argues that the colonial strength of the U.S. is obviously obtrusive in community television’s portrayals of local american citizens. FitzGerald contends that those representations healthy well into current conceptions of colonial discourse and that their messages in regards to the “Good Indian” became a part of audience’ understandings of local american citizens. during this research, FitzGerald deals shut examinations of such sequence as The Lone Ranger, Daniel Boone, Broken Arrow, Hawk, Nakia, and Walker, Texas Ranger.
By studying the normal position of stereotypes and their capabilities within the rhetoric of colonialism, the amount finally bargains a severe research of pictures of the “Good Indian”—minority figures that implement the dominant group’s norms. a protracted past due dialogue of this factor, Native american citizens on community TV may be of curiosity to students of tv and media experiences, but additionally these of local American experiences, subaltern experiences, and media history.
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Native Americans on Network TV: Stereotypes, Myths, and the "Good Indian" (Film and History) by Michael Ray FitzGerald