DUAL REALITIES? CRIMINALITY, VICTIMIZATION, AND THE PRESENTATION OF RACE ON LOCAL TELEVISION NEWS

@article{Dowler2004DUALRC,
  title={DUAL REALITIES? CRIMINALITY, VICTIMIZATION, AND THE PRESENTATION OF RACE ON LOCAL TELEVISION NEWS},
  author={Kenneth Dowler},
  journal={Journal of Crime and Justice},
  year={2004},
  volume={27},
  pages={79 - 99}
}
ABSTRACT The public is inundated with racial images of criminality. The media may reinforce stereotypes that associate minority status with criminality. There are numerous studies that suggest that the media presents a distorted picture of race and crime. This study builds on prior research by developing a systematic and comprehensive analysis of racial presentations in local television news crime stories. Specifically, multivariate techniques were employed to determine predictors for race of… Expand
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