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Media and Minorities television Top Shows 11/13/06-11/19/06 1. Hitting the dance floor with the Stars 2. Hitting the dance floor with the Stars 3. NFL Football CSI Frantic Housewives Dark's Life systems CSI:Miami a hour Arrangement of No Arrangement Criminal Personalities Top Television events African-Americans 1. Hitting the dance floor with the Stars
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Media & Minorities

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TV Top Shows 11/13/06-11/19/06 1. Hitting the dancefloor with the Stars 2. Hitting the dancefloor with the Stars 3. NFL Football CSI Desperate Housewives Grey’s Anatomy CSI:Miami an hour Deal of No Deal Criminal Minds

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Top TV Shows African-Americans 1. Hitting the dancefloor with the Stars 2. Hitting the dancefloor with the Stars NFL Football Day Break CSI: Miami an hour Girlfriends All of Us Grey’s Anatomy Shark

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1. Moving W/Stars 2. Moving W/Stars 3. NFL Football CSI Desperate Housewives Grey’s Anatomy CSI:Miami an hour Deal of No Deal Criminal Minds 1. Moving W/Stars 2. Moving W/Stars NFL Football Day Break CSI: Miami an hour Girlfriends All of Us Grey’s Anatomy Shark

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"Fall Colors" Children Now Primetime Diversity Report: 2003 – 2004

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Prime Time* versus Genuine White 74% Af. Am. 18% Latino 6% Asian 1% Other/DK 2% White 70% Af. Am. 12% Latino 12% Asian 4% Other 2% * Opening credits characters

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Conclusions Prime time TV is an exceedingly isolated world 8 p.m. hour minimum racially differing & most isolated 10 p.m. hour most various

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Class/status & Race People of shading frequently give a role as administration specialists, incompetent workers or hoodlums Whites & Asian/Pacific Islanders all the more regularly experts Black & Latino experts regularly law implementation

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Why does it make a difference? Part displaying Stereotypes Lack of repaying pictures

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Role-Modeling Minority youngsters tend to observe more TV than white kids Images they see can impact their states of mind & practices

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When kids see "themselves" on television Tells them that individuals like them are essential Makes them feel included Provides good examples

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Stereotypes Minorities may disguise negative media generalizations Children have a tendency to acknowledge what they see as reality Media generalizations may add to preference from others

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Contributing elements Parents & peers Motivations for sitting in front of the TV Amount of presentation to individuals from minority bunches

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Compensating pictures Show individuals from minority bunches in a mixed bag of ways – not simply all great or terrible More precisely mirror the differing qualities inside of a gathering e.g., some gay men are similar to Jack But others are similar to Will Some African-Americans are similar to Flavor-Flav But others are similar to Dr. Burke on Grey’s Anatomy

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A Touching Personal Story

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Frito Bandito

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Minority magazine covers

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Magazines are intrinsically preservationist Concern for the main issue Stick with old recipes Is this a decent business choice?

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Halle in dark & white .:tsli

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