Tuesday, December 01, 2020

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Media, Enterainment and Sports

Title Author Hits
Every Rhyme I Write”: Rap Music as Evidence in Criminal Trials Reyna Araibi Hits: 281
Plantation Labor or How Poor Black College Kids Support Wealth White College Kids Craig Garthwaite, Jordan Keener, Matthew J. Notowidigdo, and Nicole F. Ozminkowski Hits: 460
Myth, Manipulation, and Minor League Baseball: How a Capitalist Democracy Engenders Income Inequality Phillip J. Closius and Joseph S. Stephan Hits: 35
From Housing to Health: Imagining Antidiscrimination Provisions for Menthol Cigarette Marketing Olivia Li Hits: 1990
A Network of Our Own Makani Themba-Nixon Hits: 7427
Blackout: A Textual Analysis of the Media's Influence on Race and Culture Raven King Hits: 1647
Fake News and Racial, Ethnic, and Religious Minorities: A Precarious Quest for Truth Kimberly Grambo Hits: 2362
he Absence and Stereotyping of People of Color by The Broadcast Networks in Prime Time Entertainment Programming Leonard M. Baynes Hits: 10688
How the FCC Suppressed Minority Broadcast Ownership, and How the FCC Can Undo the Damage it Caused David Honig Hits: 1765
Race and the Legal Treatment of Digital Sampling Student Note Hits: 38147
Rap on Trial: The Case for Nonliteral Interpretation of Rap Lyrics Dre'Kevius O. Huff Hits: 2006
Strange Mix of Entitlement and Exploitation: The African American Experience in Predominantly White College Sport David K. Wiggins Hits: 16710
Television and Societal Effects: an Analysis of Media Images of African-Americans in Historical Context Sherri Burr Hits: 26158
The Black Stake in the Internet: Network Neutrality is an African American Issue Bruce Dixon Hits: 8679
The False Reality of the African American Culture: The FCC and Reality Television Briana N. Tookes Hits: 1501

Vernellia R. Randall
Founder and Editor
Professor Emerita of Law
The University of Dayton School of Law

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