The Image Never Fades: A survey of tribal college presidents on media stereotyping

May 15th, 1994 | By | Category: 6-1: Media and Information, Features, Research
By Glenn Himebaugh

Although the practice of negatively stereotyping native Americans in the mass media can he traced back to the earliest European artists, writers and photographers, examples of the harmful practice abound today, even in the era of so-called “political correctness.” TCJ PAID CONTENT


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