American Indians and the Mass Media

University of Oklahoma PressSKU: 9780806142340

Author:
Carstarphen, Meta G.|Sanchez, John P.
Grade Levels:
College, University
Nation:
Cherokee, Multiple Nations, Yakama
Book Type:
PB
Pages:
312
Publisher:
University of Oklahoma Press

Price:
Sale price$40.42

Description

American Indians and the Mass Media (University of Oklahoma Press, 2012), edited by Meta G. Carstarphen (journalism) and John P. Sanchez, is a scholarly work containing 15 essays about the history and current situation of American Indians in mass media, marketing, advertising, as sports mascots, and journalism. Topics include Native Americans in the historical news accounts, the first Native American newspaper – the Cherokee Phoenix, the use of the derogatory term Squaw, mascots and racism, Indians on our warpath during World War 2, the Native American Journalists Association, the social networking site Cherokeespace.com, and Native journalists in the 21st century. Each article has a set of discussion questions for classroom settings.

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