Race and the Media. Dates and Mascaro. 2005. African Americans in Film and Television . Journal of Popular Film and Television. Film and television is potentially a powerful agent for change. For civil rights movement it was “the chosen instrument of the revolution.”
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No: often groups are in competition with one another which can create hostility. Or unequal levels of resources and Power cause resentment. Group threat theories suggest racial proximity increases prejudice, heightens fears.