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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 21 Lapinski, M.K. & Mastro, D. (2001). A social identity approach to understanding the jury decision-making process: Race as a social indicator. The Journal of Intergroup Relations, 2 48-62. McLeod, D. M., Eveland, W. P., & Nathanson, A. I. (1997). Support for censorship of violent and misogynic rap lyrics: An analysis of the third-person effect. Communication Research, 24, 153-174. Oliver, M.B. (1999). Caucasian viewers’ memory of Black and White criminal suspects in the news. Journal of Communication, 49, 46-60. Oliver, M.B. & Fonash, D. (2002). Race and crime in the news: White’s identification and misidentification of violent and nonviolent criminal suspects. Media Psychology, 4, 137-156. Pan, Z. & Kosicki, G. (1996). Assessing news media influences on the formation of Whites’ racial policy preferences. Communication Research, 23, 417-178. Peffley, M., Shields, T., & Williams, B. (1996). The intersection of race and crime in television news stories: An experimental study. Political Communication, 13, 309-327. Perloff, R. M. (1993). Third-person effect research, 1983-1992: A review and synthesis. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 5, 167-184. Plant, E. & Devine, P. (1998). Internal and external motivation to respond without prejudice. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 75, 811-832. Plant, E. & Devine, P. (2001). Responses to other-imposed pro-Black pressure: Acceptance or backlash. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 37, 486-501.

Authors: Mastro, Dana., Lapinski, Maria. and Larrumbide, Andrea.
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News Media & Social Judgments 21
Lapinski, M.K. & Mastro, D. (2001). A social identity approach to understanding the jury
decision-making process: Race as a social indicator. The Journal of Intergroup
Relations, 2 48-62.
McLeod, D. M., Eveland, W. P., & Nathanson, A. I. (1997). Support for censorship of
violent and misogynic rap lyrics: An analysis of the third-person effect.
Communication Research, 24, 153-174.
Oliver, M.B. (1999). Caucasian viewers’ memory of Black and White criminal suspects
in the news. Journal of Communication, 49, 46-60.
Oliver, M.B. & Fonash, D. (2002). Race and crime in the news: White’s identification
and misidentification of violent and nonviolent criminal suspects. Media Psychology, 4,
137-156.
Pan, Z. & Kosicki, G. (1996). Assessing news media influences on the formation of
Whites’ racial policy preferences. Communication Research, 23, 417-178.
Peffley, M., Shields, T., & Williams, B. (1996). The intersection of race and crime in
television news stories: An experimental study. Political Communication, 13,
309-327.
Perloff, R. M. (1993). Third-person effect research, 1983-1992: A review and
synthesis. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 5, 167-184.
Plant, E. & Devine, P. (1998). Internal and external motivation to respond without
prejudice. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 75, 811-832.
Plant, E. & Devine, P. (2001). Responses to other-imposed pro-Black pressure:
Acceptance or backlash. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 37, 486-501.


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