An upcoming book about the Donald Trump presidency features the insight of a Michigan State University Journalism faculty member.
Geri Alumit Zeldes, a Professor in the MSU School of Journalism, has contributed to the new book titled The Trump Presidency, Journalism and Democracy. Zeldes co-authored a chapter called "Who, From Where?: TV Network News Coverage of Immigration Narratives During Trump's First 100 Days."
Zeldes is the co-author of the chapter, which includes two other MSU alumni, Jennifer Hoewe and Brian J. Bowe. Zeldes was named by the Filipina Women's Network as one of the "100 Most Influential Filipina Women in the World." Hoewe earned a Master's Degree in Journalism from MSU. Bowe earned his Ph.D. in the MSU Media and Information Studies program.
The book examines the disruptive nature of Trump news, both the news his administration makes and coverage of it, according to the book publisher's website, and relates it to ideologies of United States journalism.
The book can be pre-ordered from Routledge, the book's publisher, and is due out by the end of January. To order the book, visit this website: www.routledge.com.