This One Volume Sourcebook Draws Together The Scholarly Literature Assessing News Coverage In The US Mainstream Media Of Americans Of African, Native, Asian, Hispanic, Or Pacific Islander Origin The Work Covers Over Years, Beginning In , And Examines The States And The Territories In The Pacific And The Caribbean That Are Currently Under US Governance The Categories Of Racial And Cultural Groups Follow The Scheme Of The US Census, Which Provided The Most Detailed Breakdown Of Race And Ethnicity Of The American Population In The Year History Of The CensusThis Sourcebook Gives Parallel Treatment To Each Of These Five Census Groups Every Chapter Begins With A History Of That Group As It Came Under US Jurisdiction Then, Each Chapter Is Divided Into Six Periods Suggested By Pivotal News Events And Discusses Studies Of News Coverage Of That Group During That Period Each Chapter Also Contains Extensive Endnotes And A Selected Bibliography On A Racial Or Cultural Group Also Included Are Chapters On Investigative Reporting And Federal Regulation Of Broadcasting As They Relate To Minorities
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- 408 pages
- U.S. News Coverage of Racial Minorities: A Sourcebook, 1934-1996
- Beverly Deepe Keever
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