Author Archives: Media Diversity Forum

AAC&U Conference on “Diversity, Learning, and Student Success: Voices Leading Change”

A Network for Academic Renewal Conference March 16–18, 2017 Jacksonville, FL Register by February 23, 2017, for best conference rates Click here to get conference and registration information.

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Joan Shorenstein Fellowship

The deadline for the Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 semesters is February, 1 2017. Please visit this page to get information about eligibility criteria, funding and link to the fellowship application.

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Night and Day: An Illustration of Framing and Moral Foundations in the Oklahoma Shariah Amendment Campaign

Bibliography: Bowe, B. J., & Hoewe, J. (2016). Night and Day: An Illustration of Framing and Moral Foundations in the Oklahoma Shariah Amendment Campaign. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 967-985. Summary: In this article, Bowe and Hoewe discuss a content analysis they conducted on letters to the editors of The Oklahoman and The Tulsa World […]

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Framing Terror: The Strategies Newspapers Use to Frame an Act as Terror or Crime

Bibliography: Morin, A. (2016). Framing Terror: The Strategies Newspapers Use to Frame an Act as Terror or Crime. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 986-1005. Summary: This study includes a comparative analysis of news reporting of the 2009 Ft. Hood, Texas shooting by U.S Army psychiatrist Major Nidal Malik Hasan and the 2013 Washington, D.C., Navy […]

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Televised redemption: Black religious media and racial empowerment

By Debra Mason Televised Redemption: Black Religious Media and Racial Empowerment discusses religious media’s role in empowering black people in the face of “institutional structures of white supremacy” (Rouse, Jackson, and Frederick, 2016). Through the use of anthropological theory and ethnographic research, the authors explore how this medium has served a role in changing the […]

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