How National Media Framed Coverage of Missing Black and White Women.

Posted: May 7, 2015 in Uncategorized

How National Media Framed Coverage of Missing Black and White Women

Moody, M., Dorries, B., & Blackwell, H. (2009). How National Media Framed Coverage of Missing Black and White Women. Media Report To Women37(4), 12-18.

The article discusses the representation of women in the U.S. regarding media. Feminist theorists, stated that there is no conflict between media portrayals of women and society. General standard has noticed on how the press talked about missing women based on race wherein information about the person’s personality has been given on coverage of white women but on the other hand, missing black women focuses on inequality. Results of this study have implications on journalistic framing of issues.

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