Window Dressing on the Set: An Update
The Commission, 1979 - Minorities in television broadcasting - 97 pages
Includes charts and text showing the progression of the portrayals of women and minorities in the media (television drama, television news, employment at local and network stations) and the effects of these portrayals on television viewers beginning in the mid-70s to 1979. Also includes response letters from the Federal Communications Commission and the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
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THE PORTRAYAL OF MINORITIES
PORTRAYAL OF MINORITIES AND WOMEN IN TELEVISION DRAMA
MINORITIES AND WOMEN IN NETWORK TELEVISION NEWS
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