Elite racism. Polite racism. Subterranean racism. While it's not often talked about, racism is not always attributable to the white lower class, or the poor, or to the extreme right. While it’s easy to focus our outrage on the occasional racist rant on a bus, it’s often much harder to pin down subtler forms of racism that have a far larger impact on people’s lives: where religious, cultural or ethnic minorities are made to feel they require permission to have their say in the national debate. - ABC (2013), Elite racism and the Australian media, retrieved 30/9/2015.
This subject guide provides a starting point for further research on this topic.
- Media, news media; journalism and publishing = 070
- Ethics in the media = 174.9097
- Mass media = 302.23
- Sports and culture = 306.483
- Social groups / Australian Aborigines = 305.89915
- Racism (&) Media
- News media
- Racism No Way
- Lawlink, N.S.W. Anti-Discrimination Board
This provides a link to the Anti-Discrimination Board’s report, Race for the headlines: racism and media discourse, which was launched on Thursday, 13 February 2003.
- Office of the Anti-Discrimination Commissioner - Tasmania
- Australian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC)
- Media Watch - ABC TV