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By Christopher P. Campbell, Kim M. LeDuff, Cheryl D. Jenkins, Rockell A. Brown

The heritage of yank journalism is marked via annoying representations of individuals and groups of colour, from the disgraceful stereotypes of pre-civil rights the USA, to the extra refined myths which are mirrored in regimen assurance by way of reporters all around the state. Race and information: severe Perspectives goals to envision those journalistic representations of race, and in doing as a way to query even if we live in a post-racial international. by way of nationwide assurance of reports just like the Don Imus controversy, typhoon Katrina, Barak Obama's presidential candidacy, or even the Virginia Tech shootings, readers are given a chance to achieve perception into either refined and overt sorts of racism within the newsroom and in nationwide dialogue.

The ebook itself is split into sections, with the 1st reading the journalistic regimen and the choices that pass into overlaying a narrative with, or with out, relation to race. the second one part, made out of case reports, explores the assurance of nationwide tales and the way they've got impacted the discussion on race and racism within the usa. As an entire, the gathering of essays and reviews additionally displays various examine methods. With a aim of contributing to the dialogue approximately race and its position in American journalism, this huge exam makes Race and News a great textual content for classes on cultural variety and the media, in addition to making it precious to specialist reporters and journalism scholars who search to enhance their method of assurance of various communities.

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Race and news : critical perspectives

The historical past of yank journalism is marked through traumatic representations of individuals and groups of colour, from the disgraceful stereotypes of pre-civil rights the USA, to the extra sophisticated myths which are mirrored in regimen insurance through newshounds all around the nation. Race and information: serious views goals to check those journalistic representations of race, and in doing so that you can query even if we live in a post-racial global.

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This summation by the commission forced mainstream media to take a hard look at how it dealt with covering such complex issues. And although efforts were made to Newsroom Diversity and Representations of Race • 31 improve coverage of racial minority communities, there is still significant work left to do. Further, Boger and Wegner (1996) state that the black-white racial divisions that dominated the Kerner Commission’s vision of urban life in 1968 remain sharp today, “although they have been complicated by the emergence of other ethnic groups—Cubans, Puerto Ricans, Mexican Americans, Latinos from Central and South America, Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Cambodians, Thais, Koreans, and others—whose legitimate claims for participation in American urban life make political, social, and economic relationships more challenging” (p.

For example, in regard to pipeline issues, Porter states from his interview with Becker on the matter: It is a myth that there are not enough minority applicants to alter the face of America’s newsrooms. There are more minority students looking for newspaper jobs than are able to get them. So, it’s not simply a matter of an inadequate supply. Newspapers reject some minority graduates, though, because they do not meet the 34 • Newsroom Diversity and Representations of Race criteria by which entry-level hires are judged … and as a result white journalism school graduates continue to be hired at a higher rate than minority graduates.

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