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Missing white woman syndrome is a phenomenon noted by social scientists    and media commentators of the extensive media coverage , especially in television ,  of missing person cases involving young, white , upper-middle-class women or girls. The phenomenon is defined as the Western media 's undue focus on upper-middle-class white women who disappear, with the disproportionate degree of coverage they receive being compared to cases of missing women of color and missing men and women of lower social classes.
PBS news anchor Gwen Ifill is said to be the originator of the phrase. Missing white woman syndrome has led to a number of right-wing tough on crime measures that were named for white women who disappeared and were subsequently found harmed.
Also noteworthy was that news coverage of missing black women was more likely to focus on the victim's baggage, such as abusive boyfriends or a troubled past, while coverage of white women tends to focus on their roles as mothers or daughters. With regard to missing children, statistical research which compares national media reports with FBI data shows that there is marked under-representation of African American children in media reports relative to non-African American children.
A subsequent study found that girls from minority groups were the most under-represented in these missing-children news reports by a very large margin. Zach Sommers, a sociologist at Northwestern University , noted that while there is a sizable body of research that shows that white people are more likely than people of color to appear in news coverage as victims of violent crime there is relatively little when it comes to missing persons cases.
Sommers found black people received disproportionately less coverage than whites and men received disproportionately less coverage than women; Sommers could not directly assess the number of missing white women in the FBI files due to how the data was structured but concluded that there was circumstantial—although not statistically conclusive—evidence that white women received disproportionate coverage. For example, black women are members of both a marginalized racial group and a marginalized gender group.
Victim blaming in this context reinforces the notion that black female victims are not only less innocent, but also less worthy of rescue relative to white women.
A report that aired on CNN noted the differences between the level of media coverage given to Caucasian women like Laci Peterson and Natalee Holloway , who disappeared in and respectively, and LaToyia Figueroa , a pregnant Black Hispanic woman.
Figueroa disappeared in Philadelphia the same year Holloway disappeared. Figueroa and her unborn daughter were found murdered.
Kym Pasqualini, president of the National Center for Missing Adults , observed that media outlets tend to focus on " damsels in distress " — typically, affluent young white women and teenagers. In a Esquire article about the disappearance of Tiffany Whitton , journalist Tom Junod observed that women of lower social status such as Whitton, a year-old unemployed drug addict who was on parole, do not get much media attention as "media outlets are ruthlessly selective, and they tend to prefer women who are white, pretty, and, above all, innocent".
Whitton's mother stated that producers of shows like Nancy Grace told her they weren't interested in her daughter's case. Armstrong wrote in the Washington Post that "the pattern of choosing only young, white, middle-class women for the full damsel treatment says a lot about a nation that likes to believe it has consigned race and class to irrelevance". According to a study published in The Law and Society Association , aboriginal women who go missing in Canada receive 27 times less news coverage than white women; they also receive "dispassionate and less-detailed, headlines, articles, and images.
University of Leicester Criminology Professor Yvonne Jewkes cites the murder of Milly Dowler , the murder of Sarah Payne , and the Soham murders as examples of "eminently newsworthy stories" about girls from "respectable" middle-class families and backgrounds whose parents used the news media effectively.
Even when Damilola's father flew into the UK from Nigeria to make press statements and television appearances, the level of public outcry did not, Jewkes asserts, reach "the near hysterical outpourings of anger and sadness that accompanied the deaths of Sarah, Milly , Holly, and Jessica". He said "almost nobody" understood why it became such a big story.
It was suggested that Jones received more coverage than Williams because Jones was a middle-class schoolgirl, whilst Williams was from a working-class background with a stud in her nose and estranged parents. Sandile Memela, chief director for social cohesion at South Africa 's Department of Arts and Culture , noted amidst the Oscar Pistorius trial that there existed substantial differences between how media outlets reported on the murders of Reeva Steenkamp and Zanele Khumalo ; two South African models, respectively white and black, who had been murdered by their boyfriends under nearly identical circumstances.
Social commentaries pointed to media bias in the coverage of soldier Jessica Lynch versus that of her fellow soldiers, Shoshana Johnson and Lori Piestewa. All three were ambushed in the same attack during the Iraq War on March 23, , with Piestewa being killed and Lynch and Johnson being injured and taken prisoner. Lynch, a young, blonde, white woman, received far more media coverage than Johnson a black woman and a single mother and Piestewa a Hopi from an impoverished background, and also a single mother , with media critics suggesting that the media gave more attention to the woman with whom audiences supposedly more readily identify.
Lynch herself leveled harsh criticism at this disproportionate coverage that focused only on her, stating in a congressional testimony before the United States House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform:.
I am still confused as to why they chose to lie and tried to make me a legend when the real heroics of my fellow soldiers that day were, in fact, legendary. The bottom line is the American people are capable of determining their own ideals of heroes and they don't need to be told elaborate tales. In October , a girl estimated to be about 4 years of age was found in the custody of a Roma couple in Greece and was presumed to have been abducted.
The story about the "blonde angel" and the search for her biological parents received international media coverage. A Romani rights activist commented on the case to say "imagine if the situation were reversed and the children were brown and the parents were white".
Her biological mother was a Bulgarian Roma who gave Maria up for adoption. Critics have also cited excessive media coverage of murder trials where the defendant is female, white, young and attractive, and included them along with Missing White Woman Syndrome instances in an all-encompassing narrative nicknamed the "woman in jeopardy" or "damsel in distress" genre.
The following missing person cases have been cited as instances of missing white woman syndrome; media commentators on the phenomenon regard them as garnering a disproportionate level of media coverage relative to contemporary cases involving missing girls or women of non-white ethnicities, and missing males of all ethnicities. The date of death or disappearance is given in parentheses.
The following missing person cases have been expressly compared to contemporary missing person cases labeled as examples of "Missing White Woman Syndrome", in order to hightlight differences in coverage between them.
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The Equal Rights Amendment, when it was introduced in the s, devolved into a war between working and middle class women and went nowhere. Reintroduced in the s, it was defeated by a group of deeply-conservative housewives led by Phyllis Schlafly. As well as the research showing that white women are particularly likely to do so — after all, the white men they typically marry still earn more than any other demographic.
The recent polling around Kavanaugh would seem to lend further credence to insights about how white women vote when married. White women, according Bureau of Labor Statistics data , are more likely to marry and stay married than women of other races — and marriage influences voting patterns significantly. But Kretschmer said their shifting priorities are more than an economic calculation — the shift is cultural, too.
Research, including a study published in the Journal of Marriage and Family, has shown when women get married they have less contact with other women and more intense contact with their husbands and family, and that these ties influence political participation. The white men that white women overwhelmingly marry are a solidly conservative voting bloc.
And the parties are fiercely polarized on the Kavanaugh issue: And so while progressive white feminists continue to marvel at how many white women could possibly support support Kavanaugh, the experts Guardian spoke with said, if anything, progressives should be encouraged.
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