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Depictions of Race and Violent Crime in TV News Broadcasts: The Impact of Exposure on Viewer's Social Judgments
Unformatted Document Text:  News Media & Social Judgments 20 Entman, R. (1992). Blacks in the news: Television, modern racism, and cultural change. Journalism Quarterly, 69, 341-361. Entman, R. (1994). Representation and reality in the portrayal of Blacks on network television news. Journalism Quarterly, 71, 509-520. Gerdes, E., Dammann, E., & Heilig, K. (1988). Perceptions of rape victims and assailants: Effects of physical attractiveness, acquaintance, and subject gender. Sex Roles, 19, 141-153. Gilliam, F. & Iyengar, S. (2000). Prime suspects: The influence of local television news on the viewing public. American Journal of Political Science, 44, 560-573. Goidel, R., Shields, T., & Peffley, M. (1997). Priming theory and RAS models: Toward an integrated perspective of media influence. American Politics Quarterly, 3, 287-318. Gordon, R., Michels, J., & Nelson, C. (1996). Majority group perceptions of criminal behavior: The accuracy of race-related crime stereotypes. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 26, 148-159. Johnson,J., Adams, M., Hall, W., & Ashburn, L. (1997). Race, media, and violence: Differential racial effects of exposure to violent news stories. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 19, 81-90. Kluegel, J. (1990). Trends in Whites’ explanations of the Black-White gap in socioeconomic status, 1977-1989. American Sociological Review, 55, 512-525. L’Armand, K. & Pepitone, A. (1982). Judgments of rape: A study of victim-rapist relationship and victim sexual history. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 8, 134-139.

Authors: Mastro, Dana., Lapinski, Maria. and Larrumbide, Andrea.
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News Media & Social Judgments 20
Entman, R. (1992). Blacks in the news: Television, modern racism, and cultural change.
Journalism Quarterly, 69, 341-361.
Entman, R. (1994). Representation and reality in the portrayal of Blacks on network
television news. Journalism Quarterly, 71, 509-520.
Gerdes, E., Dammann, E., & Heilig, K. (1988). Perceptions of rape victims and
assailants: Effects of physical attractiveness, acquaintance, and subject gender. Sex Roles,
19, 141-153.
Gilliam, F. & Iyengar, S. (2000). Prime suspects: The influence of local television news
on the viewing public. American Journal of Political Science, 44, 560-573.
Goidel, R., Shields, T., & Peffley, M. (1997). Priming theory and RAS models: Toward
an integrated perspective of media influence. American Politics Quarterly, 3, 287-318.
Gordon, R., Michels, J., & Nelson, C. (1996). Majority group perceptions of criminal
behavior: The accuracy of race-related crime stereotypes. Journal of Applied Social
Psychology, 26, 148-159.
Johnson,J., Adams, M., Hall, W., & Ashburn, L. (1997). Race, media, and violence:
Differential racial effects of exposure to violent news stories. Basic and Applied Social
Psychology, 19, 81-90.
Kluegel, J. (1990). Trends in Whites’ explanations of the Black-White gap in
socioeconomic status, 1977-1989. American Sociological Review, 55, 512-525.
L’Armand, K. & Pepitone, A. (1982). Judgments of rape: A study of victim-rapist
relationship and victim sexual history. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 8,
134-139.


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