Stereotype or Success?

@article{Raley2006StereotypeOS,
  title={Stereotype or Success?},
  author={Amber B. Raley and Jennifer L. Lucas},
  journal={Journal of Homosexuality},
  year={2006},
  volume={51},
  pages={19 - 38}
}
Abstract The current content analysis of prime-time network television during the fall of 2001 seeks to identify the representation of Gay male, Lesbian, and Bisexual characters in shows known to have one reoccurring homosexual character based on the theories of Clark and Berry. Clark (1969) established four stages of media representation for minority groups: non-representation, ridicule, regulation, and respect. The findings of the study support the premise that Gay males and Lesbians have… Expand
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