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The spatialization of whiteness in migrant farm communities in Washington state
In this ethnographic dissertation, I develop a spatial framework, emphasizing the intersections of the symbolic and material, to contextualize and fragment our understanding of whiteness. Marrying race with space complicates ...
Dinosaurs and Donkeys: British Tabloid Newspapers and Trade Unions, 2002-2010
This study presents a critical discourse analysis of how three major British tabloid newspapers -
THE HUMAN-NATURE RELATIONSHIP AS PORTRAYED IN NEWSPAPER COVERAGE OF GLOBAL WARMING
After more than 20 years of mass mediated discussion, with no United States legislative action on global warming, the discourse used in the debate about warming does not appear to be spurring people to action. The continued ...
THE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL ADVERTISING ON COLLEGE STUDENTS' BEHAVIORS: USING FAMILY COMMUNICATION AS A PROTECTIVE FACTOR AGAINST HEAVY DRINKING AND RISKY SEXUAL BEHAVIORS
An online survey of undergraduates explored the effects of recalled parent-child interaction regarding media on their critical thinking skills, beliefs about alcohol and sex and current reports of risky behaviors. Students ...
Community Newspapers as a Macro-Level Source of Social Control
This dissertation proposes a theoretical model regarding the role of local mass media in realizing safe and healthy communities. Despite a rich body of theoretical and empirical work in mass communication, few studies to ...