WEEK 6 - mini-lecture 11b (part 2 of eleventh lecture)

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WEEK 6 – mini-lecture 11 (to listen to the audio, play as a “slideshow” with the volume raised):

WEEK 6 – mini-lecture 11 (to listen to the audio, play as a “slideshow” with the volume raised) m ini-lecture 11B (part 2 of the eleventh mini-lecture)

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socially significant subject matter and taboo topics All in the Family (CBS, 1971-1979) racism, sexism, and bigotry M*A*S*H (CBS, 1972-1983) militarism, U.S. imperialism, alcoholism, and male impotence Maude (CBS, 1972-1978) abortion and menopause Rhoda (CBS, 1974-1979) Jewish identity and anti-Semitism Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (syndicated, 1976-1977) mass murders, masturbation and sexual “perversion” The 1970s: “The Age of Relevance”

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Sanford and Son (NBC, 1972-1977) Chico and the Man (NBC, 1974-1976) GHETTO SITCOMS OF THE 1970s

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a James Komack -produced multicultural ghetto comedy with a white paternalistic teacher

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“Ed Brown’s open for business!”

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we first see Chico riding a bike Chico goofing off

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a cross-cultural, inter-generational relationship

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Chico is constantly being forced to respond to Ed’s derisive remarks rather than taking the aggressor role t he series failed to address the history of discrimination faced by Latinos (related to the job market, housing market, etc.) s everal aspects of Chico and the Man angered members of the Chicano community during the show’s initial broadcast during the mid-1970s

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Chico is constantly being forced to respond to Ed’s derisive remarks rather than taking the aggressor role t he series failed to address the history of discrimination faced by Latinos (related to the job market, housing market, etc.) s everal aspects of Chico and the Man angered members of the Chicano community during the show’s initial broadcast during the mid-1970s

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a Puerto Rican-German actor playing a Mexican American cross-ethnic casting

cross-ethnic casting:

cross-ethnic casting Vietnamese actress Kieu Chinh as a Korean woman, Kyung-soon, in M*A*S*H Chinese American actor Keye Luke as a Korean man, Mr. Shin, in M*A*S*H

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Albanian-American actress Masiela Lusha as Carmen on The George Lopez Show

a question of authenticity:

a question of authenticity

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“Now your catching on!” “You want to know a secret? That stuff is going to kill you.”

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“I’m a Chicano…You people are the outsiders!”

in-group/out-group:

in-group /out-group differentiated spectatorship aural/spoken signifiers understood by a small segment of the viewing public Chico speaking un-translated Spanish

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Freddie Prinze (1954-1977)

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The George Lopez Show (ABC, 2002-2007) “a Latino Cosby Show ” emphasizing family strength, support, and solidarity in a middle-class setting Benny Lopez, a disruptive force

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“You know, it’s a great day in America when white people, black people, and Latinos can all come together an pick on a minority.” “Profiles in Courage,” an episode from the first season

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“I want him off the line until I tell you different.” “I don’t know anything about you, your life, your culture…it will be fun”

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“I don’t hate you…I am good people.” ( Hosni educates Max)

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“I don’t hate you…I am good people.” ( Hosni educates Max)

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“Carmen, you can’t judge people by the way they look. This happens to me all the time.”

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“Carmen, you can’t judge people by the way they look. This happens to me all the time.”

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“ When I go shopping, security follows me. When I cut my grass, people want to know how much I charge.”

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“This is profiling…” “…So what if he went to flight school? If he wasn’t an Arab, we wouldn’t be having this conversation.”

softening social criticism:

softening social criticism Hosni is demoted to a desk job rather than fired he is promised the same salary/benefits Hosni distinguishes between “bad people” and “good people” of his own race/religion shifts the blame to extreme Muslim fundamentalists a minority figure (George) is positioned as a mediator between the (white) establishment and an unjustly discriminated immigrant

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