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A Conversation About Cultural Appropriation as Explored by an Emerging Media Professional

By Shikha Shrestha

Abstract

This thesis investigates cultural appropriation for the benefit of emerging media professionals.  I use a personal encounter with cultural misappropriation as a starting point for the study.  To further my exploration, I call upon the theory of symbolic interactionalism and scholarship in sociology, anthropology, and art criticism to better understand the concept.  Then I interviewed many students and faculty members in the university community and they provided both insight and personal reflections on the concept, especially the media’s role in how they view cultural appropriation.  Finally, I provide case studies, choosing three areas where cultural misappropriation has occurred, and suggest dialogue to enhance understanding and make recommendations for practice

Topics: HN Social history and conditions. Social problems. Social reform, HT Communities. Classes. Races
Year: 2019
OAI identifier: oai:thesis.honors.olemiss.edu:1390

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