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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 32 McCracken, G. (1988). The long interview. Qualitative Research Methods Series, 13. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. McCulloch, F. (Ed.). (1984). Drawing the line: How thirty-one editors solved their toughest ethical dilemmas. Washington, D.C.: American Society of Newspaper Editors Foundation. McGill, L. T. (1999). Newsroom diversity: Meeting the challenge. Arlington, VA: Freedom Forum. McGowan, W. (2001). Coloring the news: How crusading for diversity has corrupted American journalism. San Francisco, CA: Encounter Books. McGrath, K. (1993). Women and newspapers. Newspaper Research Journal, 14, 95-110. Napoli, P. M. (2001). Foundations of communications policy: Principles and process in the regulation of electronic media. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, Inc. Nuiry, O. E. (1997, May). Press pass: Has the National Association of Hispanic Journalists helped advance diversity in the media? Hispanic, 30-34. Pease, T. (1990). Ducking the diversity issue: Newspapers’ real failure is performance. Newspaper Research Journal, 11, 24-37. Roefs, W. (1993, January-February). Search for tomorrow. The Quill, 22-26. Saltzman, J. (1994, November). In whose image? Media stereotypes of minorities. USA Today Magazine, [On-line], 71. Available: InfoTrac, Expanded Academic ASAP. Sanders, M. (1993). Television: The face of the network news is male. In P. J. Creedon (Ed.), Women and mass communication, 2 nd ed. (pp. 167-171). Newbury Park,

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Bridging the Border between Communities of Color and Mainstream Newspapers
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McCracken, G. (1988). The long interview. Qualitative Research Methods Series, 13.
Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
McCulloch, F. (Ed.). (1984). Drawing the line: How thirty-one editors solved their
toughest ethical dilemmas. Washington, D.C.: American Society of Newspaper
Editors Foundation.
McGill, L. T. (1999). Newsroom diversity: Meeting the challenge. Arlington, VA:
Freedom Forum.
McGowan, W. (2001). Coloring the news: How crusading for diversity has corrupted
American journalism. San Francisco, CA: Encounter Books.
McGrath, K. (1993). Women and newspapers. Newspaper Research Journal, 14, 95-110.
Napoli, P. M. (2001). Foundations of communications policy: Principles and process in
the regulation of electronic media. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, Inc.
Nuiry, O. E. (1997, May). Press pass: Has the National Association of Hispanic
Journalists helped advance diversity in the media? Hispanic, 30-34.
Pease, T. (1990). Ducking the diversity issue: Newspapers’ real failure is performance.
Newspaper Research Journal, 11, 24-37.
Roefs, W. (1993, January-February). Search for tomorrow. The Quill, 22-26.
Saltzman, J. (1994, November). In whose image? Media stereotypes of minorities. USA
Today Magazine, [On-line], 71. Available: InfoTrac, Expanded Academic ASAP.
Sanders, M. (1993). Television: The face of the network news is male. In P. J. Creedon
(Ed.), Women and mass communication, 2
nd
ed. (pp. 167-171). Newbury Park,


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