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Media and Race in America by Robert M. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Robert M. Entman
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Warehouse Deals Open-Box Discounts. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Not a beach read at all. Will require your full attention to get through the statistics presented as they related to the theses. Once the major premise was stated, it kept being repeated under different guises, which is not necessarily bad.No document with DOI "10.1.1.940.7484"
It felt like reading a research paper or robert entman biography paper. I appreciated the attention to detail, but much of the robert entman biography of the book seemed to be lost to the letter of it. Jun 27, Marcie Hill rated it it was amazing. I think it was a eh crump biography read. It enlightened me on media stereotypes, on how decisions are made, on how the media influences all aspects of our lives including racial relations. After reading this book, it is easy to understand why people are judged by groups and not by individuals.
And as an individual, it is hard to break the stereotypes planted by media images and messages. Apr 15, MM rated it liked it. I'm revisiting this one to use in class -- a solid analysis of race and US media and useful contribution to nuanced discussions of representation though if you tire of statistical analysis this one might tire you as well.
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