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Media Beat columns:
- With Friends Like These: Black youth stereotyped by progressive columnist Bob Herbert, by Mike Males (1-2/04)
- Abandoned Children: Networks passing the buck on educational responsibilities, by Janine Jackson (7-8/02)
- Raving Junk: Few outlets dissent from the latest teen-drug hysterias, by Mike Males (11-12/00)
- Drive-By Journalism: Rolling Stone's glam-crime reports misrepresent young people--and America's violence problem, by Mike Males (1-2/99)
- Schoolhouse Crock: Right-wing Myths Behind the "New Stupidity", by Paul Pekin (1-2/98)
- How to Be Stupid: The Lessons of Channel One, by Mark Crispin Miller (5-6/97)
- News for a Captive Audience: An Analysis of Channel One, by William Hoynes (5-6/97)
- Drafting Students Into the "War on Immigration": Channel One's Anti-Immigrant Propaganda
Has a Captive Audience, by Kim Deterline (1-2/95)
- Bashing Youth: Media Myths About Teenagers, by Mike Males (3-4/94)
- Campus Feminists: The Media's New Bogeywomen, by Laura Flanders (3-4/94)
- Teaching Censorship:
High School Journalism in the Post-Hazelwood Era , by Kimberly Phillips (3-4/94)
- How Seventeen Undermines Young Women, by Kimberly Phillips (1-2/93)
- TV in the Classroom: News or Nikes?, by John Murray (9-10/91)
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