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100 1  Campbell, Christopher P 
245 10 Race and News :|bCritical Perspectives 
250    1st ed 
264  1 New York :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2011 
264  4 |c©2011 
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505 0  Cover -- Race and News Critical Perspectives -- Copyright 
       -- Contents -- Figures and Tables -- Foreword -- PART 1 
       Race and the Journalistic Routine -- Chapter 1 Yes We Did?
       : Race, Myth and the News Revisited -- Chapter 2 Newsroom 
       Diversity and Representations of Race -- Chapter 3 
       National News Coverage of Race in the Era of Obama -- 
       Chapter 4 "New" News, Hegemony and Representations of 
       Black Male Athletes -- Chapter 5 From the Water Cooler to 
       the World Wide Web: Race and Audience Commentary on News 
       Stories On-line -- Chapter 6 Ethnic News Media and 
       Marginalization: African-American Newspaper Coverage of 
       the AIDS Crisis -- PART 2 Covering Race: Contemporary Case
       Studies -- Chapter 7 Simple Incivility or Outright Racism?
       How Newspapers Covered Joe Wilson's Outburst during 
       Obama's Congressional Health Care Address -- Chapter 8 The
       Real Price of Oppression: Fox News Coverage of the 
       Virginia Tech Shooter -- Chapter 9 "Nappy-Headed Hos": 
       Media Framing, Blame Shifting and the Controversy Over Don
       Imus' Pejorative Language -- Chapter 10 Recoding New 
       Orleans: News, Race, Representation and Spike Lee's When 
       the Levees Broke -- Chapter 11 Localizing Terror, Creating
       Fear in Post 9/11 Local TV News -- Chapter 12 Race and 
       Objectivity: Toward a Critical Approach to News 
       Consumption -- Afterword: Rethinking the News: How 
       American Journalism Can Improve Coverage of Race and 
       Racism -- About the Authors -- Index 
520    The history of American journalism is marked by disturbing
       representations of people and communities of color, from 
       the disgraceful stereotypes of pre-civil rights America, 
       to the more subtle myths that are reflected in routine 
       coverage by journalists all over the country. Race and 
       News: Critical Perspectives aims to examine these 
       journalistic representations of race, and in doing so to 
       question whether or not we are living in a post-racial 
       world. By looking at national coverage of stories like the
       Don Imus controversy, Hurricane Katrina, Barak Obama's 
       presidential candidacy, and even the Virginia Tech 
       shootings, readers are given an opportunity to gain 
       insight into both subtle and overt forms of racism in the 
       newsroom and in national dialogue. The book itself is 
       divided into two sections, with the first examining the 
       journalistic routine and the decisions that go into 
       covering a story with, or without, relation to race. The 
       second section, comprised of case studies, explores the 
       coverage of national stories and how they have impacted 
       the dialogue on race and racism in the United States. As a
       whole, the collection of essays and studies also reflects 
       a variety of research approaches. With a goal of 
       contributing to the discussion about race and its place in
       American journalism, this broad examination makes Race and
       News an ideal text for courses on cultural diversity and 
       the media, as well as making it valuable to professional 
       journalists and journalism students who seek to improve 
       their approach to coverage of diverse communities 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
650  0 African Americans - Press coverage 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  LeDuff, Kim M 
700 1  Jenkins, Cheryl D 
700 1  Brown, Rockell A 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aCampbell, Christopher P.|tRace and News 
       : Critical Perspectives|dNew York : Taylor & Francis Group,
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