Washington, November 29 ( ANI ): Dominic Cooper has said that the upcoming biopic on Ian Fleming will be sensationalized
This physical proximity led to black-white exchanges that middle-class white observers sexualized, sensationalized
, and criminalized, and for which middle-class blacks apologized.
White settlers and juries had been conditions to believe, through popular culture, word of mouth, and sensationalized
newspaper headlines, that Apaches were the most dangerous and bloodthirsty of Native Americans; and so any Apache accused of killing a white person was likely to be treated as a blood enemy to be destroyed in the all-white courts, rather than innocent until proven guilty.
Another favorite was Sean Snyder's photo-text assemblies, including The Site, 2004-2005, which investigates media representations of Iraq by focusing on the sensationalized
discovery of Saddam Hussein's final hiding place.
I would personally be very grateful for your support in refraining from drawing derogatory, hurtful, sensationalized
or untrue conclusions,'' she said.
While much that's been written about lesbian pulp novels to date has emphasized their camp appeal, Forrest reaches beyond the sleazy covers and sensationalized
jacket copy to demonstrate these dime novels' literary strengths and their role in bringing solace and solidarity to postwar lesbians.
Critics suggest that our perception of these weather extremes is influenced mainly by sensationalized
news coverage, and that little about the weather has actually changed in the past century.
She adds, "Living in the Northwest, I have experienced how farming issues can be sensationalized
by biased media.
It was certainly a topic that I was not very aware of, nor thought much about, but I felt the piece presented the "players" humanistically, whereas someone else could have easily sensationalized
Instead, popular perceptions of gang activity are usually created by the sensationalized
images of gun-toting teenagers or the frequent reports of gangland violence that mark the media landscape.
Readers seeking a gripping true sea mystery will already know of the legend of the Mary Celeste, found drifting with crew missing in 1872: Brian Hicks tackles this 130-year old mystery in Ghost Ship : The Mysterious True Story Of The Mary Celeste And Her Missing Crew, re-creating events leading up to the disappearance and revealing the aftermath of suspicion and intrigue which followed a puzzling investigation after Sir Arthur Conan Doyle sensationalized
the event in fiction.
The reason for this letter is to get all of the sensationalized
mainstream-busted skaters straight.