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Gender and Racial Source Bias in Sports Illustrated Kids, 2000-2009
Unformatted Document Text:  Gender and Racial Source Bias in Sports Illustrated Kids 18 Taras (Eds.), Seeing Ourselves: Media power and policy in Canada (pp.232-249). Toronto: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Canada. Fink, J. S., & Kensicki, L. J. (2002). An imperceptible difference: Visual and textual constructions of femininity in Sports Illustrated and Sports Illustrated for Women. Mass Communication & Society, 5, 317-339. Gans, H. J. (1979). Deciding what's news. NY: Vintage. Gould, D., & Weiss, M. R. (Eds.). (1987). Advances in pediatric sport sciences, Vol. 2: Behavioral issues. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. Hackett, R. A. (1985). A hierarchy of access: Aspects of source bias in Canadian TV news. Journalism Quarterly, 62, 256-277. Harmon, M. D. (1990, August). Who will meet the press? A content analysis of program guests. Paper presented at the 1990 AEJMC Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Higgins, M. (2001, May). Mighty Mite. Sports Illustrated for Kids, 13(5), 41. Kane, M. J. (1988). Media coverage of the female athlete before, during, and after Title IX: Sports Illustrated revisited. Journal of Sport Management, 2, 87–99. Kline, S. (1981). The rationality of the reel: The structure of interpretation in television news. Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University. Lapchick, R. E. (2006). New game plan for college sport. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers. Lee, M. A. & Solomon, N. (1990). Unreliable sources: A guide to detecting bias in news media. NY: Lyle Stuart. Marsh, H. W., & Kleitman, S. (2003). School athletic participation: Mostly gain with little pain. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 25, 205–228. McNeal, R. B. (1995). Extracurricular activities and high school dropouts. Sociology of Education, 68, 62–81. McShane, S. L. (1995). Occupational, gender, and geographic representation of information sources in U.S. and Canadian business magazines. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 72, 190-204. Messner, M.A, Duncan, M.C., & Cooky, C. (2003). Silence, Sports Bras, and Wrestling Porn: Women in Televised Sports News and Highlights Shows. Journal of Sport & Social Issues, 27, 38-51. Owens, L. C. (2008). Network news: The role of race in source selection and story topic. The Howard Journal of Communication, 19, 355-370. Postlewaite, A., & Silverman, D. (2005). Social Isolation and Inequality. Journal of

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Gender and Racial Source Bias in Sports Illustrated Kids
Taras (Eds.), Seeing Ourselves: Media power and policy in Canada (pp.232-249). 
Toronto: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Canada.
Fink, J. S., & Kensicki, L. J. (2002). An imperceptible difference: Visual and textual 
constructions of femininity in Sports Illustrated and Sports Illustrated for Women
Mass Communication & Society, 5, 317-339.
Gans, H. J. (1979). Deciding what's news. NY: Vintage.
Gould, D., & Weiss, M. R. (Eds.). (1987). Advances in pediatric sport sciences, Vol. 2: 
Behavioral issues. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.
Hackett, R. A. (1985). A hierarchy of access: Aspects of source bias in Canadian TV 
news.  Journalism Quarterly, 62, 256-277.
Harmon, M. D. (1990, August). Who will meet the press? A content analysis of program 
guests. Paper presented at the 1990 AEJMC Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. 
Higgins, M. (2001, May). Mighty Mite. Sports Illustrated for Kids, 13(5), 41.
Kane, M. J. (1988). Media coverage of the female athlete before, during, and after Title 
IX: Sports Illustrated revisited. Journal of Sport Management, 2, 87–99.  
Kline, S. (1981).  The rationality of the reel: The structure of interpretation in television 
news. Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University. 
Lapchick, R. E. (2006). New game plan for college sport. Westport, CT: Praeger 
Lee, M. A. & Solomon, N. (1990). Unreliable sources: A guide to detecting bias in news 
media. NY: Lyle Stuart.
Marsh, H. W., & Kleitman, S. (2003). School athletic participation: Mostly gain with 
little pain. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 25, 205–228.
McNeal, R. B. (1995). Extracurricular activities and high school dropouts. Sociology of 
Education, 68, 62–81.
McShane, S. L. (1995). Occupational, gender, and geographic representation of 
information sources in U.S. and Canadian business magazines. Journalism and 
Mass Communication Quarterly
, 72, 190-204.
Messner, M.A, Duncan, M.C., & Cooky, C. (2003). Silence, Sports Bras, and Wrestling 
Porn: Women in Televised Sports News and Highlights Shows. Journal of Sport 
& Social Issues
, 27, 38-51.
Owens, L. C. (2008). Network news: The role of race in source selection and story topic. 
The Howard Journal of Communication, 19, 355-370.
Postlewaite, A., & Silverman, D. (2005). Social Isolation and Inequality. Journal of 

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