Transnational Discourses on Gender Variance
|dc.contributor.author||Acosta, Juan Carlos|
|dc.description.abstract||Transgender people are multidimensional and deserve to have a constructed narrative that reflects their inherent humanity. As the current gender order becomes more entrenched in the mass media, the identities of trans identified people will be distanced further from the norm. Some smaller transnational discourses are appearing and, should they reach American viewers, have the potential to open up a critical dialogue on the values espoused in modern mass media. The scholarship on these issues, especially Judith Butler (1997), challenges the public to reexamine the construction of gender and realize that real people live in a world of fluidity where identity is truly what one makes of it.|
|dc.title||Transnational Discourses on Gender Variance|
|dc.contributor.organization||The College at Brockport|
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