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2: Theoretical Foundations of Research in Mass Media Representations
3: Representations of American Indians
4: Representations of African Americans
5: Representations of Hispanics/Hispanic Americans
6: Representations of Arabs/Arab Americans
7: Representations of Asians/Asian Americans
8: Representations of Mixed–Race Individuals and Relationships
9: Representations of Gender in Television, Film, and Music Videos
10: Representations of Gender in Magazine, Newspapers, and Advertising
11: Representations of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender People in the Media
12: Representations of Age
13: Representations of People with Disabilities
14: Representations of Class
15: Representations of Religion and Faith in the Media
16: Mass Media Industries Addressing Diversity
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Catherine A. Luther is Associate Professor and the Associate Dean for Academic Programs in the College of Communication and Information at the University of Tennessee–Knoxville, and was once a television news producer for American and Japanese television networks.