Pullen, C., 2007. Documenting gay men: identity and performance in reality television and documentary film. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.
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This book charts an evolution in gay identity within American reality television and documentary film. Through focusing on the performative potential of gay men, it examines the emergence of the independent gay citizen as a bold new voice rejecting subjugation within the media.
|Number of Pages:||273|
|Additional Information:||Introduction -- Constructing identity, the politics of representation, and the American son -- Performance and documentary : power, carnival, confession, and opposition -- Autobiography and confessional performance in documentary : politics, AIDS, and family -- Documenting youth identity and the real world : testaments, role models, and romantic narratives -- Nonheterosexual family forms : affirmation, race, and religion -- Gay performers and discursive performativity : alliances, community, and competition -- Reproduction and commodity : family, marriage, and service -- Conclusion: The move to the domestic.|
|Subjects:||Arts > Film and Television|
Arts > Dance and Performing Arts
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|Deposited On:||03 Jan 2008|
|Last Modified:||07 Mar 2013 14:35|
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