Module 3: Screen Media Cultures

3.10 Works Cited

31kash Movie Clips. (2021, June 10). Avatar (2009) | Jake Transforming Into Avatar | 31kash Movie Clips [Video]. YouTube.

Allan, K. (2013). Disability in Science Fiction: Representations of technology as cure. Palgrave Macmillan.

Allan, K., & Cheyne, R. (2020). Science Fiction, Disability, Disability Studies: A conversation. Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies, 14(4), 387-401.

Barbarin, I. [@Imani_Barbarin]. (2021, 8 February). The general outline of this conversation can be applied to literally any topic regarding disability. [Tweet; attached video] Twitter.

Butler, O. E. (1983). Speech Sounds. Thornwillow.

Caplan, R., & boyd, d. (2018). Isomorphism through algorithms: Institutional dependencies in the case of Facebook. Big Data & Society, (5)1, 1-12.

Ellcessor, E. (2016). Restricted Access: Media, disability, and the politics of participation. New York University Press.

Exclusive: An Investigation into Algorithmic Bias in Content Policing on Instagram. (2019). Salty.

Graham, P. (2015). “An Encyclopedia, not an Experiment in Democracy”: Wikipedia biographies, authorship, and the Wikipedia subject. Biography, 38(2), 222–244. 

Haller, B. (2010). Representing Disability in an Ableist world: Essays on Mass Media. Advocado Press.

Hamraie, A., & Fritsch, K. (2019). Crip Technoscience Manifesto. Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience, 5(1), 1-33.

Imarisha, W., Brown, A. M., & Thomas, S. R. (2015). Octavia’s Brood: Science fiction stories from social justice movements. AK Press.

iPadAppReviewTV. (2010, May 13). Apple iPad Commercial – What is iPad? [HD] [Video]. YouTube.

IRTG Diversity. (2021, January 14). Crip Times: Disability, Globalization, and Resistance – Robert McRuer (George Washington University) [Video]. YouTube. 

Kafer, A. (2013). Feminist, queer, crip. Indiana University Press.

Legendary. (2018, Jan. 24). Pacific Rim Uprising – Official Trailer 2 [HD] [Video]. YouTube.

McRuer, R. (2019). In Focus: Cripping cinema and media studies: Introduction. JCMS: Journal of Cinema and Media Studies, 58(4), 134-139.

Murray, S., & Pullin, G. (n.d.). On the Extra/Ordinary Normal. Imagining Technologies for Disability Futures.

Noble, S. U., & Project Muse. (2018). Algorithms of Oppression: How search engines reinforce racism. New York University Press.

Roberts, S.T. (2016). Commercial Content Moderation: Digital laborers’ dirty work. In S. U. Noble & B. Tynes (Eds.), The Intersectional Internet: Race, sex, class and culture online (pp. 147-160). Peter Lang Publishing.

Schalk, S. (2020). Wounded Warriors of the Future: Disability hierarchy in avatar and source code. Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies, 14(4), 403-419.

Schalk, S. D. (2018). Bodyminds Reimagined: (Dis)ability, race, and gender in Black women’s speculative fiction. Duke University Press.

South, J. (2006). Of Batcaves and Clock-Towers: Living Damaged Lives in Gotham City. In Irwin, W. and Garcia, J.J.E. (Eds.) Philosophy and the Interpretation of Pop Culture (pp. 235-253). Rowman & Littlefield.

Taylor, A. (2014). The People’s Platform: Taking back power and culture in the digital age. Random House Canada.

Wong, A. (2020). Disability Visibility: Twenty-first century disabled voices. Vintage Books.


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