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William Apess, Elias Boudinot, and Samuel Cornish : Native Americans and African-Americans looking for freedom of expression, representation, and rhetorical sovereignty during the age of Jackson
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
, despite pressures that put some limits upon that freedom of expression and form of sovereignty. Pequot writer William Apess, Cherokee editor Elias Boudinot, and African-American editor Samuel Cornish sought and practiced the right to represent themselves...
Securitization as a theory of media effects : the contest over the framing of political violence
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
This dissertation proposes a particular form of media framing effect from securitization, a process in which political actors seek to create consensus about security related issues such as terrorism and immigration by ...