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Encyclopedia of African American popular culture. Jessie Carney Smith, editor. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Greenwood, c2011 (DR) E174 .E54 2011
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Part IV: Race, Gender, and Ethnicity
Part V: Effects, Ch. 20 “Race and Crime in the Media: Research from a Media Effects Perspective;” Ch. 23 “The Impact of Stereotypical and Counter-Stereotypical News on Viewer Perceptions of Blacks and Latinos: An Exploratory Study”
See also: A Companion to the American South
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