WEEK 6 - mini-lecture 11d (part 4 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 11D (part 4 of the eleventh mini-lecture)

Masculinity and gay identities:

Masculinity and gay identities

the new sensitive man of 1970s:

the new sensitive man of 1970s He was a media creation, a man himself liberated from gender stereotypes and open to feelings , genuinely interested in women as people, nurturing and warm , a man not afraid to cry Alan Alda Phil Donahue Judd Hirsch

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M*A*S*H : “George” (one of the first sitcom episodes to explore the subject of homosexuality) two men, one an African American and the other a homosexual, are severely injured by their racist peers

Which situation comedy was the first to feature a gay character in an episode?:

Which situation comedy was the first to feature a gay character in an episode?

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All in the Family : “ Judging Books by Covers”

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Archie hangs out with his old pal, a former football player named Steve

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Archie is shocked to see Roger and Steve shake hands

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proving one’s masculinity in The Odd Couple

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a standardized mental picture formed over time held in common by members of a group a biased mental picture oversimplified opinions prejudicial attitudes uncritical judgments can lead to discrimination or violence can damage one’s self-worth or self-image stereotype

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Looks are deceiving

All in the Family: “Lionel Moves into the Neighborhood”:

All in the Family : “Lionel Moves into the Neighborhood” Archie meets Mrs. Jefferson, thinking that she is a maid

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The Jeffersons (CBS, 1975-1985) a spinoff of All in the Family

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Sanford and Son : “Lamont…is that You?”

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Fred’s friend, Bubba, sees Lamont and Rollo go into a gay bar When Fred hears this, he calls the doctor to come and check Lamont (to see if he is a “sissy”)

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Fred is reassured at the end when he sees Lamont with a young woman

Which sitcom was the first to feature a gay character in a recurring role?:

Which sitcom was the first to feature a gay character in a recurring role?

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Billy Crystal as Jodie Dallas, an openly gay man who eventually “turns straight”

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“Listen you animal, I told you before my brother is not a fruit. He’s a practical joker with a wonderful sense of humor!”

WKRP in Cincinnati (CBS, 1978-1982): “Les on the Ledge”:

WKRP in Cincinnati (CBS, 1978-1982): “Les on the Ledge” radio news reporter Les Nessman is banned from a baseball locker room when he is suspected of being gay taking this as an insult to his reputation for being a self-proclaimed “macho kind of guy,” Les climbs out on the ledge of a tall building and threatens to jump

Barney Miller: “Experience”:

Marty, a gay thief “What’s wrong with a gay cop? There are gay robbers.” Barney Miller : “Experience”

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“Alice Gets a Pass”: a gay-themed episode Alice (CBS, 1976-1985)

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Alice learns that the man she is interested in, Jack, is gay

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Jack confronts Alice: “Why aren’t you letting Tommy go? Is it because I’m gay?”

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“If I were straight and you had a twelve-year-old daughter, would you trust me with her?” “Yes, I suppose I would.”

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two minutes later: Alice tells Jack to take her son fishing with him

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at the end of the episode, Alice tells Tommy that Jack is gay, but her young son doesn’t mind

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“gay minstrelsy”

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depoliticizing drag performativity

questions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.):

q uestions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.) How are gendered, ethnic, racial, and/or sexual identities established and/or foregrounded in your selected series (the one that you have been watching all semester)? How do at least two characters from your selected program either conform to or depart from culturally entrenched stereotypes?

questions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.):

q uestions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.) What does O’Donnell mean by this statement?

questions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.):

q uestions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.) your viewing: America in Primetime (“The Independent Woman”) http://video.pbs.org/video/2160358437/

questions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.):

q uestions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.) Network executives your viewing: America in Primetime (“The Independent Woman”) http://video.pbs.org/video/2160358437/

questions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.):

q uestions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.) your viewing: America in Primetime (“The Independent Woman”) http://video.pbs.org/video/2160358437/ TV series creators

questions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.):

q uestions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.) your viewing: America in Primetime (“The Independent Woman”) http://video.pbs.org/video/2160358437/ TV stars/actors

questions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.):

q uestions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.) your viewing: America in Primetime (“The Independent Woman”) http://video.pbs.org/video/2160358437/ TV stars/actors

questions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.):

q uestions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.) your viewing: America in Primetime (“The Independent Woman”) http://video.pbs.org/video/2160358437/ Contemporary TV series ( Desperate Housewives , Grey’s Anatomy , Weeds , Nurse Jackie )

questions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.):

q uestions to address in your next journal entry (due Saturday before 5:00 p.m.) your viewing: America in Primetime (“The Independent Woman”) http://video.pbs.org/video/2160358437/ Contemporary TV series ( Desperate Housewives , Grey’s Anatomy , Weeds , Nurse Jackie )

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