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Bridging the Border between Communities of Color and Mainstream Newspapers: Journalists Discuss Diversity Programs
Unformatted Document Text:  Bridging the Border between Communities of Color and Mainstream Newspapers 29 References “2001 ASNE census finds newsrooms less diverse.” Report available online at www.asne.org . ASNE (2001, April 3). Percentage of minorities at participating newspapers—2001. Report available online at www.asne.org . Allen, D. (1990, Summer). Women, minorities & freedom of the press. Newspaper Research Journal, 10-17. Astor, D. (1993, July 10). Can columns bring in women readers? Editor & Publisher, [On-line], 26. Available: InfoTrac, Expanded Academic ASAP. Benge, G. (2002, June 28). July 24 is deadline for all-American review material: focus continues on staffing, mainstreaming and diversity. News Watch. Available online at www.gannett.com/go/newswatch/2002/june/nw0628-1.htm . Bridge, J. (1994, November-December). Do news media identify a leader with stereotypes? The Quill, [On-line], 16. Available: InfoTrac, Expanded Academic ASAP. Bridge, M. J. (1995). What’s news? In C. M. Lont (Ed.), Women and media: Content, careers, and criticism (pp. 15-28). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Company. Cohen, J. B. (1996, November 2). Race colors newsroom views. Editor & Publisher, [On- line], 8. Available: InfoTrac, Expanded Academic ASAP.

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Bridging the Border between Communities of Color and Mainstream Newspapers
29
References
“2001 ASNE census finds newsrooms less diverse.” Report available online at
www.asne.org
.
ASNE (2001, April 3). Percentage of minorities at participating newspapers—2001.
Report available online at
www.asne.org
.
Allen, D. (1990, Summer). Women, minorities & freedom of the press. Newspaper
Research Journal, 10-17.
Astor, D. (1993, July 10). Can columns bring in women readers? Editor & Publisher,
[On-line], 26. Available: InfoTrac, Expanded Academic ASAP.
Benge, G. (2002, June 28). July 24 is deadline for all-American review material: focus
continues on staffing, mainstreaming and diversity. News Watch. Available
online at
www.gannett.com/go/newswatch/2002/june/nw0628-1.htm
.
Bridge, J. (1994, November-December). Do news media identify a leader with
stereotypes? The Quill, [On-line], 16. Available: InfoTrac, Expanded Academic
ASAP.
Bridge, M. J. (1995). What’s news? In C. M. Lont (Ed.), Women and media: Content,
careers, and criticism (pp. 15-28). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing
Company.
Cohen, J. B. (1996, November 2). Race colors newsroom views. Editor & Publisher, [On-
line], 8. Available: InfoTrac, Expanded Academic ASAP.


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