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Media and Black Economics

Listen to Jesse Jackson on the Media.

 

How does the media affect Black economics?  Read:

Black Americans and the Media: 

An Economic Perspective

Black Americans and the Media:  An Economic Perspective provides a thorough analysis of media effects on Black economic outcomes.  It provides information on "What Black American must know and do about the media."  This manuscript contains the following copyrighted components:

Foreword

Annotated Table of Contents

Chapter One - Introduction 

Chapter Two - Power of the Media

Chapter Three - Representativeness and Role Evaluation Part I 

Chapter Four - Representativeness and Role Evaluation Part II

Chapter Five - Black Unemployment and Infotainment (Published in the January 2009 issue of The Journal of Economic Inquiry, pp. 98-117): 

Chapter Six - 60 Minutes (without appendices)

Chapter Seven - Three Black Cable Television Networks:  Black Entertainment Television (BET); The Black Family Channel (BFC); and TV One (without appendices):  .

Chapter Eight - Game Theory and SIGs

Chapter Nine - Conclusion

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