Multicultural Communication and Popular Culture: Racial and Ethnic Images in Star Trek

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On The Cover: ISBN-10: 0070119244
ISBN-13: 978-0070119246
Length: 240
Published On: 1998-01-31

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“Lively, scholarly, substantive and unique… the fact that the book contains the author’s own case study examples of Star Trek and culture further enriches the… discussion.”
–Dorothy Williamson-Ige, Chair
–Communication Studies, Indiana University Northwest

“Byrd addresses the relationships among stereotypes, self-identity, and images in popular culture. The text is an excellent choice for use in the classroom.”
–Anntarie Sims, Chair
–Communication and Theatre Arts, The College of New Jersey

“Byrd is a Trekker and her familiarity with the intimacies of the TV program enabled her to present her intellectual concepts from the… grass-roots level. Her enthusiasm is hard to disguise and it is wonderfully infectious.”
–Philip Lynch, Editor in Chief
–Woman in the Moon Publications

“Byrd is… the scholar to know and read on the matter of racial and ethnic images in Trek mythology. The work simply has not been done before.”
–Diane Bogus, Professor of American Literature
–DeAnza College