Beth Haller
Beth Haller
Professor of journalism, Towson University
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Representing disability in an ableist world: Essays on mass media
BA Haller
Advocado Press, 2010
3542010
Media labeling versus the US disability community identity: a study of shifting cultural language
B Haller, B Dorries, J Rahn
Disability & Society 21 (1), 61-75, 2006
2332006
Consuming image: How mass media impact the identity of people with disabilities
L Zhang, B Haller
Communication Quarterly 61 (3), 319-334, 2013
1542013
If they limp, they lead? News representations and the hierarchy of disability images
B Haller
Handbook of communication and people with disabilities, 273-288, 2000
1232000
Profitability, diversity, and disability images in advertising in the United States and Great Britain
BA Haller, S Ralph
Ohio State University Libraries, 2001
662001
Rethinking models of media representation of disability
B Haller
Disability Studies Quarterly 15 (2), 26-30, 1995
661995
Not worth keeping alive? News framing of physician-assisted suicide in the United States and Great Britain
B Haller, S Ralph
Journalism Studies 2 (3), 407-421, 2001
542001
How the news frames disability: Print media coverage of the Americans with Disabilities Act
B Haller
Expanding the scope of social science research on disability, 2000
542000
Are disability images in advertising becoming bold and daring? An analysis of prominent themes in US and UK campaigns
BA Haller, S Ralph
Disability Studies Quarterly 26 (3), 2006
512006
The news of inclusive education: A narrative analysis
B Dorries, B Haller
Taylor & Francis Group 16 (6), 871-891, 2001
412001
Stigma or empowerment? What do disabled people say about their representation in news and entertainment media?
B Haller, L Zhang
University of Hawaii at Manoa--Center on Disability Studies, 2014
332014
The place of news media analysis within Canadian disability studies
B Haller, M Rioux, M Dinca-Panaitescu, A Laing, J Vostermans, P Hearn
Canadian Journal of Disability Studies 1 (2), 43-74, 2012
332012
Promoting disability-friendly campuses to prospective students: An analysis of university recruitment materials
BA Haller
Disability Studies Quarterly 26 (2), 2006
322006
News coverage of disability issues: Final report for the center for an accessible society
B Haller
Retrieved August 25, 2006, 1999
321999
John Callahan's Pelswick Cartoon & a New Phase of Disability Humor
B Haller, S Ralph
Disability Studies Quarterly 23 (3/4), 2003
262003
Public Reception of Real Disability: The Case of" Freaks"
R Larsen
Journal of Popular Film & Television 29 (4), 164-172, 2002
262002
When political comedy turns personal: Humor types, audience evaluations, and attitudes
AB Becker, BA Haller
Howard Journal of Communications 25 (1), 34-55, 2014
242014
The case of FREAKS
R Larsen, BA Haller
Journal of Popular Film and Television 29 (4), 164-173, 2002
202002
Content analysis methodology for studying news and disability: Case studies from the United States and England
BA Haller, SM Ralph
Exploring Theories and Expanding Methodologies: Where we are and where we …, 2001
202001
Disability rights on the public agenda: News media coverage of the Americans with Disabilities Act
B Haller
Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 1995
201995
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