Media Education Project, 1983-1993

Item

Title
Media Education Project, 1983-1993
Alternative Title
What Color is the News? An Ethnic Content Analysis of Bay Area News Media, 1991
Creator
Smith, Erna R.
Contributor
Hulac, Kari
Sargeant, Vickie
Wallace, Nora
Publisher
New California Alliance
Date Created
1991
Date Issued
1991
Type
Text
Description
This is a study that delves into the complexities of how news is framed and presented, exploring the impact of bias and perspective on journalism. Smith examines how factors such as culture, ideology, and personal experiences influence the way news is reported and perceived. The study encourages readers to critically analyze news sources, questioning the inherent subjectivity that colors the way information is presented to the public. Through this analysis, Smith prompts a deeper understanding of the nuances involved in news production and consumption, highlighting the importance of diverse perspectives in shaping a more comprehensive understanding of current events.
Language
eng
Temporal Coverage
1990
Identifier
aamab_f23_011
Rights
SafetyNet case files are restricted for 75 years, unless researchers have written permission from the Asian American Resource Workshop. The remainder of the collection is unrestricted. Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the University Archivist.
Rights Holder
Northeastern University Archives and Special Collections
Site pages
Examples Page