Govt Study Guide - Key Terms Narrowcasting News and...

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Key Terms News and newsworthiness 3 critical elements of the news Personalized news Fragmented news Authority-disorder bias Domestic News Coverage vs. Foreign News Coverage News Values 8 Values in Media Coverage of Politics Types of Media Coverage of Politics Consequences of Concentrated Media Ownership Journalistic Choices Stereotypes of and system-supportive themes about minorities in the news Ethnic blame theory Cultivation Hypothesis Stereotype Theories of Social Cognition Structural Limitations Perspective Spreading Activation Elements of Relationship between Individual and TV Political consequences of stereotypes in entertainment media Phases of treatment of non-white groups in entertainment media Phases of blacks in film Narrowcasting Minority Stereotypes in entertainment media System supportive themes and messages regarding particular racial/ethnic minorities Patterns of American Indians on primetime tv Old Custerism New Custerism Patterns of Latinos in entertainment media and
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2010 for the course GOV 312L taught by Professor Madrid during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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