158 Matching Results

Search Results

Advanced search parameters have been applied.

Representations of Women in The Dallas Morning News During the Feminist Movement

Description: Content analysis of The Dallas Morning News focuses on sources, bylines, photographs, and main characters to determine the quantity and quality of portrayals of women. The study included front pages and main local news pages during one week each from 1950, 1960, 1970, 1980, and 1990. Change was charted by year for both sexes. In 1950, few representations of women were included and many were stereotypical. Some stereotyping persisted in 1990, and men outnumbered women more than 3 to 1 as story sources, nearly 3 to 1 in front-page bylines, more than 2 to 1 in photographs, and more than 2 to 1 as main characters. Women still lag behind men, despite feminists' efforts to improve coverage.
Date: August 1992
Creator: Lambiase, Jacqueline
Partner: UNT Libraries

An Analysis of a Major State and a Small Local Newspaper Reporting on Public Education in the Years 1988 and 1993

Description: This study was conducted to analyze the differences in the news coverage of public education by a state and local newspaper, to ascertain if trends exist in the coverage of topics, and if the coverage is negative, positive, or neutral. All issues of The Dallas Morning News and The Piano Star Courier from the years 1988 and 1993 were evaluated. All articles about public education (with the exception of athletics, obituaries, and advertisements) were evaluated using a content analysis form. The content analysis form provided information for classifying all articles. Information was tallied for the number of articles and column inches by newspaper and category. Findings indicated a number of differences between the two newspapers in 1988 and 1993. The Dallas Morning News increased the number of articles and column inches of space it committed to the coverage of public education from 1988 to 1993. During the same period The Piano Star Courier reduced both the number of articles and column inches of space which it used for the topic of education. The Piano Star Courier began publishing editions on only five of the seven days per week in February, 1993. The Dallas Morning News reduced its local coverage and increased its coverage of state and national education topics during the same period. The change in coverage was shown through the increased number of articles and space allocated to state and national topics. Changes also occurred in the number of negative articles published by the newspapers. The Dallas Morning News increased the number of negative articles as it focused on state and national news. The Piano Star Courier reduced the number of negative articles as it focused on local topics. The findings also indicate that certain categories of articles are more likely to present education in a positive manner. Local ...
Date: May 1996
Creator: Gindt, Gerard J. (Gerard Joseph)
Partner: UNT Libraries

The Struggling Dance: The Latino Journalist Experience Covering Hispanic and Latino Communities in Dallas

Description: This qualitative study addresses how the Dallas Morning News and Al Día reporters and editors determine what type of news related to the Dallas Latino and Hispanic communities gets covered. It also looks into how and why each newspaper tackles the coverage of these communities. Through a systematic analysis of 8 in-depth interviews and a 6-month ethnography, the findings of this study suggest that Latino and Hispanic journalists in Dallas feel the Latino and Hispanic communities are regarded as the "other." This study suggests the newsroom's hegemony and its news production routines influence the way Latino and Hispanic communities are covered in Dallas, and the way Latino and Hispanic reporters and editors who primarily cover these communities are treated. Though the newsrooms have made an effort to diversity its staff, reporters and editors claim they still have a long way to go before the staff accurately represents the large Hispanic and Latino population in the city.
Access: This item is restricted to UNT Community Members. Login required if off-campus.
Date: May 2017
Creator: Limon, Elvia
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Cece Cox, Avery Maixner, and Evan Wolfson]

Description: Photograph of three people standing on the lawn outside of The Dallas Morning News building. From left to right: Cece Cox, Avery Maixner, and Evan Wolfson. Handwritten on the back of this photograph are the words, "53 Cece Cox, Pres. Avery Maixner Board Member. Evan Wolfson, lawyer of Hawaii case, Lambda Legal Defense & Education Fund."
Date: June 29, 1989
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Heart of Mexico event attendees]

Description: Photograph of attendees at the Heart of Mexico event. Alfredo Corchado, a bureau chief for the Dallas Morning News and mentor with the Heart of Mexico program, is standing on the right-hand side of the picture. On the wall behind the group is a piece of art depicting Frida Kahlo.
Date: 2014
Creator: Clark, Junebug
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Tom Huang on stage at Heart of Mexico event]

Description: Photograph of Tom Huang, an editor at The Dallas Morning News, standing on stage for the Heart of Mexico event in Dallas, Texas. Next to Huang is a projector screen that has a slideshow of pictures prepared with the words "Heart of Mexico" on the largest.
Date: 2014
Creator: Clark, Junebug
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Speaker at Heart of Mexico event]

Description: Photograph of a speaker at the Heart of Mexico event in Dallas. She is standing on a stage with a projector screen beside her and papers on a stand in front of her. The screen reads "Corazón de México".
Date: unknown
Creator: Clark, Junebug
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Contributor at Heart of Mexico event]

Description: Photograph of one of the contributors to the Heart of Mexico project on stage at the event in Dallas, Texas. He is standing next to a projector screen with a beekeeper on it and the audience is somewhat visible in the front.
Date: 2014
Creator: Clark, Junebug
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Dallas Morning News Editorial Cartoonists: Influences of John Knott on Jack "Herc" Ficklen and William McClanahan

Description: This problem's investigation deals with gauging the artistic influence, if any, pioneer editorial cartoonist John Knott had on his successors, Ficklen and McClanahan. Information was gathered through interviews and the pages of the Dallas Morning News. Organization is as follows: introduction, biography and art of Knott, biography and art of Ficklen, biography and art of McClanahan, summary and conclusion. The study found minimal artistic influence by Knott on the cartoons of Ficklen and McClanahan. Compared to Knott, Ficklen and McClanahan had different art backgrounds, cartoon styles, personal and political beliefs. Knott's successors admired different artists, drew during a different editorial page emphasis and had more freedom in cartoon selection than Knott did. Neither Ficklen nor McClanahan listed Knott as an artistic influence.
Date: August 1978
Creator: Darden, Robert F.
Partner: UNT Libraries

The Dallas Morning News' View Towards International Relations

Description: The purpose of this study is to determine, if possible, North Central Texas views or attitudes toward international relations. These attitudes will be compared to studies on Southern attitudes to determine any similarities or dissimilarities. Literature on Southwestern attitudes is sparse; therefore, all data will be compared with that compiled by political scientists on Southern attitudes.
Date: August 1970
Creator: Bradley, James E.
Partner: UNT Libraries

An Analysis of the Dallas Morning News Used Car Advertisements of Twenty Automobile Dealers for the Month of April

Description: "It is the purpose of this study to determine the type of appeal, the size and cost, the plan of insertions, and the extent superlatives are used in The Dallas Morning News used car advertisements of twenty automobile dealers during the month of April. Fourteen advertising appeals were used by the twenty automobile dealers advertising in The Dallas Morning News in the month of April. The fourteen appeals used were: efficiency, friendliness, style, curiosity, safety, convenience-comfort, economy reliability-reputation, durability-dependability, social distinction, fear-caution, ambition, pleasure, and family affection. The economy was the one most used appeal by the dealer. As shown in Table 12, the number of advertising appeals used corresponds or exceeds very little the total number of advertising insertions. Excepting one case, the dealers place the largest advertisements in the Sunday paper. The general procedure was that of placing large advertisements in the Sunday paper and smaller ones throughout the week. The total cost for the twenty automobile dealers was $6,452.08. The total advertising cost per dealer ranged from $38.20 to $1613.81. Only nine of the twenty dealers used superlatives in advertising during the month of April. The nine dealers used nine different superlatives for a total of 281 times."--leaves 1 and 35.
Date: August 1940
Creator: Evans, Ralph L.
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Jeff Woo at Heart of Mexico event]

Description: Photograph of Jeff Woo standing on stage at the Heart of Mexico event in Dallas, Texas. Woo was the one in charge of video production for the 'Life by Life' story that was part of the project. Event attendees are visible looking towards him and the screen beside him on the stage that displays a photograph.
Date: 2014
Creator: Clark, Junebug
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Drew Gaines at Heart of Mexico event]

Description: Photograph of Drew Gaines standing on stage at the Heart of Mexico event in Dallas, Texas. Gaines worked on the 'Life by Life' and 'Catching the Wind' stories from the project. The attendees are visible looking towards him and the projector screen next to him. On the screen is a photograph taken while in Valle de Bravo, Mexico.
Date: 2014
Creator: Clark, Junebug
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Oral History Interview with Lee Cullum, November 26, 2016

Description: Interview with journalist Lee Cullum, the host of "CEO" on KERA-TV in Dallas, Texas. The interview includes discussion of her childhood, education, and career working as a commentator in TV and radio, and writing for a number of newspapers and editing D Magazine.
Date: November 26, 2016
Creator: Porter, Ashley; Vanek, Emily & Cullum, Lee
Partner: UNT Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism

[Letter from Bill McCarter to Leilani Lattin Duke, July 11, 1994]

Description: Photocopy of a letter from Bill McCarter, co-director of NTIEVA, to Leilani Lattin Duke, director of the Getty Center for Education in the Arts. McCarter's letter to Duke summarizes some of the events that is going on in North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, such as Nancy Berry releasing press information about a recent trip to Lugano, Switzerland to work with the museum educators and school administrators. McCarter also addresses a newspaper article from the Dallas Morning News which features the efforts between the University of North Texas and the Dallas Museum of Art connecting with one another. Enclosed with the letter is the press information from Berry and the article from the Dallas Morning News.
Date: July 11, 1994
Creator: McCarter, William
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections