Appendix E: Stereotypes in Textbooks

  • Brunner, B. (2006). Where are the women? A content analysis of introductory public relations textbooks. Public Relations Quarterly, 51(3), 43.
  • Dionne, M. M., & Albanese, P. (2005). Bias in the portrayal of sex and race in photographs from undergraduate sport psychology texts. Athletic Insight: The Online Journal of Sports Psychology, 7(4). Retrieved from
  • Eigenberg, H. M., & Park, S. (2016). Marginalization and invisibility of women of color: A content analysis of race and gender images in introductory criminal justice and criminology texts. Race and Justice, 6(3), 257-279.
  • Reddy-Best, K. L., Kane, L., Harmon, J., & Gagliardi, N. R. (2017). Critical perspectives on fashion textbooks: Representations of race, gender, and body. International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education, 1-13.
  • Sever, B., & Grillo, M. (2016). Do our books reinforce criminal justice stereotypes? An analysis of the images in introductory criminal justice textbooks. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 27(1), 53-75.
  • Tietz, W. M. (2007). Women and men in accounting textbooks: Exploring the hidden curriculum. Issues in Accounting Education, 22(3), 459-480.


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