TELEVISION, HISTORY, AND U.S. SOCIAL MOVEMENTS. Television and History  Television as eyewitness  Television as chronicler  Television as historian

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<ul><li>Slide 1</li></ul> <p>TELEVISION, HISTORY, AND U.S. SOCIAL MOVEMENTS Slide 2 Television and History Television as eyewitness Television as chronicler Television as historian Television as societal mirror Television as target Slide 3 Television as Eyewitness Slide 4 Civil rights and newscasts Sympathy for integrationists White segregationists as Other, deviant White southern moderate Leaders of civil rights organizations, especially MLK Worthy African American subjects Emphasis on interracial composition of movement Slide 5 Civil rights and newscasts: omissions African American activists Heterogeneity of movement Equivalent mourning for African American victims Slide 6 Television and History Television as eyewitness Television as chronicler Television as historian Television as societal mirror Television as target Slide 7 Television as Historian Slide 8 Television as Prosthetic Memory (Alison Landsberg) Not natural Worn on body Interchangeable, diverse Useful Slide 9 Television as Historian Slide 10 Slide 11 Slide 12 Slide 13 Television and History Television as eyewitness Television as chronicler Television as historian Television as societal mirror Television as target Slide 14 Television as Societal Mirror Slide 15 Slide 16 Slide 17 Slide 18 Slide 19 Slide 20 Slide 21 Television and History Television as eyewitness Television as chronicler Television as historian Television as societal mirror Television as target Slide 22 T.H. Marshall, Citizenship and Social Class Civil rights Political rights Social Rights Slide 23 Amos n Andy Television as Target Slide 24 Amos n Andy Slide 25 WLBT-TV, Jackson, Miss. Television as Target Slide 26 WLBT, United Church of Christ v. FCC History of discriminatory programming practices Everett Parker, RLT Smith, Aaron Henry United Church of Christ v. FCC (1966) Standing, representative and responsible Slide 27 Kerner Report Television as Target Slide 28 Latinas/os and Spanish Language TV Television as Target Slide 29 Latinas/os and Television English language efforts Spanish language efforts </p>

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