You've Got to 'Be Carefully Taught.'

Westin, Av
March 2001
Nieman Reports;Spring2001, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p63
Argues that television newsrooms often use race and ethnicity as factors in making decisions on which news could be shown. Reason for the insufficient coverage of race-related news; Use of Afro-American images to emphasize social problems.


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