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Covering the Community
A Diversity Handbook for Media



April 1999 | 192 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Leigh Stephens Aldrich provides a `how-to' manual for identifying and presenting diversity in the media.

The book includes: guidance on interviewing techniques, including working with an interpreter; guidelines for various 'minority' groups including Native Americans, people living with HIV/AIDS, women, lesbian and gay people and older people; a review of various laws and ethics codes which affect reporters; a glossary of terminology to avoid.

 
Examining Diversity
 
Preparing for a Diversity Story
 
Gathering News With a Cultural Spin
 
Interviewing with Awareness
 
Writing and Editing the Diversity Story
 
Catching the Image Through Photography and Graphics
 
Shaping Broadcast Decisions
 
Practicing Diversity in Public Relations and Advertising
 
Going to the Source
 
Reporters' Resources, Ethics Codes and Laws

Sample Materials & Chapters

Chapter 9

Chapter 1

Preface


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ISBN: 9780761985136
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