How Corporations Govern and Control Media Perceptions

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How Corporations Govern and Control Media Perceptions
Racial Inequality in American Society
This social science study will analyze the important variables in the way corporations govern American society and provide a foundation for racial inequality through monopolistic corporate media conglomerates. The prevalence of racialized images in America media outlets provide one way in which a white hegemonic corporate system is creating racial inequality through a racist corporate ideology. Since only a few major corporations control the way African American and other minorities are depicted in the news as criminals, poverty prone, and morally debated, it is vital to understand their massive power over the general population, even at the local...
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