Media, Myth, and Millennials: Critical Perspectives on Race and Culture debunks the post-racial myth among millennial media consumers and producers. This theoretically diverse collection of contributors highlights the complexity at the intersections of media, race, gender, sexuality, class and place. Loren Saxton Coleman and Christopher Campbell's edited collection offers critical and cultural insight on the commodification of millennial audiences and the acts of resistance that emerge from millennial media producers and consumers. Scholars of sociology, media studies, race studies, gender studies, and cultural studies will find this book especially useful.
Christopher P. Campbell is a professor in the School of Mass Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern Mississippi. He is the author of Race, Myth and the News (Sage Publications, 1995) and co-author of Race and News: Critical Perspectives (Routledge, 2011).