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Puette, William J.

Through jaundiced eyes; how the media view organized labor

Through jaundiced eyes;
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ILR Press, Ithaca, NY. 1992, 228p., wraps, previous owner's name else very good condition. The unusually informative cover blurb says, "Puette analyzes the portrayal of organized labor in movies, on television, and in the press. Each medium has tended to focus on one particular negtative stereotype: the movies feature a perceived connection with organized crime. TV emphasizes the pettiness of union bargaining. Print news relys on employer sources"

Cat.No: 87372

Price: $10.00

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