HOW MEDIA REINFORCES THE INVISIBILITY OF ASIAN AMERICANS AND PERPETUATES THE BLACK-WHITE BINARY WITHIN THE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION DEBATE

 HOW MEDIA REINFORCES THE INVISIBILITY OF ASIAN AMERICANS AND PERPETUATES THE BLACK-WHITE BINARY WITHIN THE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION DEBATE

This study will examine how CNN (www.CNN.com) maintains the black-white binary (Perea, 1997) and Asian Americans’ marginalization in the affirmative action discussion after 2003. Please browse the stories on www.cnn.com to learn how the media, particularly in relation to affirmative action practices in higher education, has significantly contributed to the marginalization of Asian Americans. When analyzing the articles, use the black-and-white binary as a framework. I need citations to specific pieces that show how the media perpetuates the affirmative action debate as a black-white problem, along with the actual findings from the CNN.com investigation. The pertinent Supreme Court decisions, such as Grutter v. Bollinger (2003) and Fisher v. University of Texas (2013), should be cited and explained. By focusing on certain Supreme Court rulings, you can also draw attention to the concerns associated with Asian Americans’ model minority status and their lack of inclusion in the conversation. Cite as many sources as required. I only need the body of the article to discuss the research findings; I don’t need an introduction.

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