Blacks in Film and Television: A Pan-African Bibliography of Films, Filmmakers, and Performers

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BLACKS IN AMERICAN
TELEVISION AND VIDEO
3179. Barcus, Earle F.. Images of Life on Children's Television: Sex Roles, Minorities, and Families. New York: Praeger, 1983. 217p.
3180. Berry, Gordon L., ed. Television and the Socialization of the Minority Child. New York: Academic Press, 1982. 289p.
3181. Gerbner, George, and Nancy Signorielli. Women and Minorities in Television Drama, 1969-1978: A Research Report. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, Annenberg School of Communications, 1979. 16p.
3182. Hill, George. Coloring the Soaps: Blacks on Television and Radio Soap Operas - A History and Bibliography. Carson, CA: Daystar Publishing Co., 1987. 50p.
3183. _____. Wee TV - Black Children and Television. Prime Time and Day Time: A History and Bibliography. Carson, CA: Daystar Publishing Co., 1986. 60p.
3184. _____, ed. Afro American Media: Challenges and History. Carson, CA: Daystar Publishing Co., 1987. 56p.
3185. _____, ed. Ebony Images: Black Americans and Television. Carson, CA: Daystar Publishing Co., 1985. 152p.
3186. _____, ed. From Claire and Weezie to Julia and Buelah: Black Women on TV: Historical Perspective and Bibliography. Carson, CA: Daystar Publishing Co., 1987. 72p.
3187. MacDonald, J. Fred. Black and White TV: Afro-Americans in Television since 1948. Chicago: Nelson-Hall, 1983. 288p.
3188. United States Commission on Civil Rights. Window Dressing on the Set: Women and Minorities in Television; A Report of the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington: The Commission, 1977. 181P.

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