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54 J. Broad. & Elec. Media [i] (2010)

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Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
Volume 54, Number 1                               March 2010
Special issue: Race, Class, and Gender
Guest Editor: Rebecca Ann Lind
I    Editor's Note
Susan L. Brinson
3    A Note From the Guest Editor
Rebecca Ann Lind
6    List of Reviewers for This Special Edition
9    Gendered Profiles of Olympic History:
Sportscaster Dialogue in the 2008 Beijing Olympics
Andrew C. Billings, James R. Angelini, and Andrea Holt Duke
24    Gay Marriage in Television News: Voice and Visual Representation
in the Same-Sex Marriage Debate
Leigh M. Moscowitz
40    He Works Outside the Home; She Drinks Coffee and Does the
Dishes Gender Roles in Fiction Programs on Dutch Television
Pascale Emons, Fred Wester, and Peer Scheepers
54    Dora the Explorer: Empowering Preschoolers, Girls, and Latinas
Erin L. Ryan
69    Confronting the Assumptions: Exploring the Nature and Predictors
of Black Adolescents' Media Use
L. Monique Ward, Kyla M. Day, and Khia A. Thomas
87   Islam in Cyberspace: South Asian Muslims in America Log In
Smeeta Mishra and Caby Semaan
102    Examination of Media Channels and Types as Health information
Sources for Adolescents: Comparisons for Black/White, Male/Female,
Ruthann Weaver Lariscy, Bryan H. Reber, and Hye-lin Paek
121    Beyond Dudecore? Challenging Gendered and Raced
Technologies Through Media Activism
Christina Dunbar-Hester
136    Can a Regulator Change Representation of Minority Groups and
Fair Reflection of Cultural Diversity in National Media Programs?
Lessons From Israel
Eli Avraham and Anat First

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