Talking White Trash: Mediated Representations and Lived Experiences of White Working-Class People discusses issues of class and race when it comes to the White working-class. As someone who is interested in research in intercultural communication that deals with the intersections of race, class, and gender as well as the deconstruction of mediated representations, I found this book informative, fascinating, and bold in its language and focus. Many of us have dealt with the consequences of the 2016 U.S. election in our own ways. For some of us living in the United States, we have turned to a more concentrated effort to critique issues of neoliberalism as well as Whiteness. This has occurred because of the national attention to the seemingly universal support of Trump provided by those who identify as the White working class. Though this book holds some...

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