Homeless Culture and the Media: How the Media Educate Audiences in their Portrayal of America's Homeless Culture

by Jeremy Reynalds

About Jeremy Reynalds

Jeremy Reynalds has a Ph.D in Intercultural Education from Biola University in Los Angeles and a Master's degree in communication from the University of New Mexico.

Dr. Reynalds is the founder and executive director of Joy Junction, New Mexico's largest emergency homeless shelter, which provides food, shelter, clothing and a faith-based approach to recovery and returning to mainstream society from living on the periphery.

He was a contributor to Reading the Homeless (Praeger, 1999) with a chapter entitled "Informing and Educating the Media - A Hopeful Perspective on the Media and the Homeless."


 

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