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Black and white, male and female: Racial and Gender Differences in Adolescents' TV Diets
Unformatted Document Text:  Black and White 17 References Arnett, J. J. (1995). Adolescents’ uses of media for self-socialization. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 24(5): 519-534. Brown, J. D., White, A. B., & Nikopoulou, L. (1993). Disinterest, intrigue, resistance: Early adolescent girls’ use of sexual media content. In B. S. Greenberg, J. D. Brown, & N. L. Buerkel- Rothfuss (Eds.), Media, sex and the adolescent (pp. 177-195). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. Brown, J. D. & Witherspoon, E. M. (2001). The mass media and adolescents’ health in the United States. In Y. R. Kamalipour & K. R. Rampal (Eds.), Media, sex, violence, and drugs in the global village (pp. 77-96). Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. Coleman, R. R. M. (Ed.) (2002). Say it loud! African-American audiences, media, and identity. New York: Routledge. Comstock, G. (1991). Television and the American child. San Diego, CA: Academic Press. Comstock, G. & Scharrer, E. (2001). The use of television and other film-related media. In D. G. Singer & J. L. Singer (Eds.), Handbook of children and the media (pp. 47-72). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Dates, J. (1980). Race, racial attitudes and adolescent perceptions of Black television characters. Journal of Broadcasting, 24(4), 549-560. Eastman, H. & Liss, M. (1980). Ethnicity and children’s preferences. Journalism Quarterly, 57, 277-280. Edwards, L. (2001). Black like me: Value commitment and television viewing preferences of US Black teenage girls. In K. Ross with P. Playdon (Eds.), Black marks: Minority ethnic audiences and media (49-66). Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Co. Freeman, M. (2001, November 26). Black-oriented sitcoms gaining White viewers. Electronic Media, 20, 1A.

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Arnett, J. J. (1995). Adolescents’ uses of media for self-socialization. Journal of Youth and
Adolescence, 24(5): 519-534.
Brown, J. D., White, A. B., & Nikopoulou, L. (1993). Disinterest, intrigue, resistance: Early
adolescent girls’ use of sexual media content. In B. S. Greenberg, J. D. Brown, & N. L. Buerkel-
Rothfuss (Eds.), Media, sex and the adolescent (pp. 177-195). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
Brown, J. D. & Witherspoon, E. M. (2001). The mass media and adolescents’ health in the
United States. In Y. R. Kamalipour & K. R. Rampal (Eds.), Media, sex, violence, and drugs in the
global village (pp. 77-96). Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
Coleman, R. R. M. (Ed.) (2002). Say it loud! African-American audiences, media, and
identity. New York: Routledge.
Comstock, G. (1991). Television and the American child. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
Comstock, G. & Scharrer, E. (2001). The use of television and other film-related media. In
D. G. Singer & J. L. Singer (Eds.), Handbook of children and the media (pp. 47-72). Thousand
Oaks, CA: Sage.
Dates, J. (1980). Race, racial attitudes and adolescent perceptions of Black television
characters. Journal of Broadcasting, 24(4), 549-560.
Eastman, H. & Liss, M. (1980). Ethnicity and children’s preferences. Journalism Quarterly,
57, 277-280.
Edwards, L. (2001). Black like me: Value commitment and television viewing preferences
of US Black teenage girls. In K. Ross with P. Playdon (Eds.), Black marks: Minority ethnic
audiences and media (49-66). Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Co.
Freeman, M. (2001, November 26). Black-oriented sitcoms gaining White viewers.
Electronic Media, 20, 1A.


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