"Profiles’ " Portrayal of African Americans 1969-1..., 1989

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Title
"Profiles’ " Portrayal of African Americans 1969-1979: Detroit's Direct Response to Negative Stereotypes
Date
1989
Material Type
Journal Article
Creator/Author
Tait, Alice A., Department of Journalism
Publisher
The Michigan Academy of of Science, Arts & Letters
Copyright
Copyright 1989 by The Michigan Academy of of Science, Arts & Letters. In accordance with Title 17 of the United States Code, Copyright Law of the United States of America, this material is copyrighted, and any further reproduction or distribution is prohibited without the permission of the copyright owner.
Subject
Profiles in Black (Television program); African Americans -- Michigan -- Detroit; Stereotypes (Social psychology) in Mass media; African Americans in mass media;
Description
Through an evaluation of "Profiles" conception, creative format, audience feedback, and a content analysis, this study demonstrates that "Profiles" portrayed African-Americans realistically in its broadcasts, thus, reversing the trend of portraying African-Americans in demeaning and low-status jobs.
Source
Tait, A. A., "Profiles’ " Portrayal of African Americans 1969-1979: Detroit's Direct Response to Negative Stereotypes." Michigan Academician 21:4 (Fall 1989) 313-322.
Language
English
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