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Race & the media

Race & the media

seminar session papers, Kenilworth Hotel, Friday 17 October 1975


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Published by Community Relations Commission, National Union of Journalists in London .
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StatementCommunity Relations Commission and National Union of Journalists.
ContributionsGreat Britain. Community Relations Commission., National Union of Journalists.
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Open LibraryOL14165915M

MEDIA AND RACE 2. Abstract. The topic of media influencing racism in our society is significant in research. It targets media bias, and therefore it is wise to explore how media contributes to racism in explicit ways. During the beginning stages of film and media, Author: Kassia E. Kulaszewicz.

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