The news pricked at the deepest fears of Washington, D. And Maryland!! Missing persons reports are always frightening. But the wave of disappearances in D.
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Missing white woman syndrome is a phenomenon noted by social scientists    and media commentators of the extensive media coverage , especially in television ,  of missing person cases involving young, white , upper-middle-class women or girls. The phenomenon is defined as the Western media 's undue focus on upper-middle-class white women who disappear, with the disproportionate degree of coverage they receive being compared to cases of missing women of color , women of lower social classes and missing men or boys. PBS news anchor Gwen Ifill is said to be the originator of the phrase. Missing white woman syndrome has led to a number of right-wing tough on crime measures that were named for white women who disappeared and were subsequently found harmed. With regard to missing children, statistical research which compares national media reports with FBI data shows that there is marked under-representation of African American children in media reports relative to non-African American children. A subsequent study found that girls from minority groups were the most under-represented in these missing-children news reports by a very large margin.
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Perry is a professor at the University of Michigan-Flint and a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, the right-wing think tank dedicated to denying global warming and helping white men keep their tax bills low. He suggests that Wayne State start some programs for the underrepresented white boys who miss out on opportunities because black girls are taking over the computer industry. The Root has previously reported on the nonexistent phenomenon :. Although a higher percentage of black college graduates 2.
Hollywood made a white version and a black version of the same movie. When you get to be a woman of a certain age, maybe with children and a partner and a career, and especially with all three, you give up your right to friendship and to fun. And then once every few years, you go on a weekend trip with the girlfriends you otherwise no longer have time for, knock back some Mang-o-ritas, and wild the hell out.