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It is worth stressing at this point that this article is about the ways in which women are variously figured in and through forms of visual culture. As such, while on the one hand we do not wish to ignore the complexities of cultural identity and identification Aguilera, for example, is of Irish and Ecuadorian descent and now publicly identifies herself as Latinaon the other hand what we discuss here are the cultural tropes of raced identity the ways in which distinct of white and black structure ways of being human and ways of being a woman that are constructed and contrasted through forms of representation.
The white women we discuss here, of course, are middle-class women. Indeed, representations of white working-class women differ ificantly from those of middle-class women. For discussion of representations of working-class white women, see McClintock and Weitz.
The comparison between the visual representation of the singers is particularly revealing given that the sentiments of the songs are practically identical. His research interests are focused around cinema and has published work about gender, politics, and representation. E-mail: p. Recommended articles lists articles that we recommend and is powered by our AI driven recommendation engine.
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