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International News Agencies and the War Debate of 2003
A stratified random sample of articles about the debate from 29 January 2003, to 18 February 2003, leading up to the US–Iraq conflict was selected from six news agencies – AP, Agence France Presse,Expand
Combat, Political Violence Top International Categories
A comparison of international news in 10 U.S. daily newspapers with circulations under 250,000 showed that most of the international news concerned combat and political violence.
News Wire Greatest Predictor of Papers' International News
A content analysis of four non-elite U.S. newspapers found news wires are the strongest predictors of international news. Coverage at some newspapers tends to spotlight a narrow list of countries andExpand
The Limits of Presidential Agenda Setting: Predicting Newspaper Coverage of the Weekly Radio Address
Beginning with Ronald Reagan in 1982, U.S. presidents have typically given a radio address every Saturday morning designed primarily to make news in the Sunday newspapers and on the Sunday newsExpand
Spider in the Web Free-Speech Faith vs. Parental Fears
The debate over control of cyberspace is as much about how a society deals with the new digital world as it is about safeguarding the young from pornography on the internet. For the news industry, inExpand
Okinawans' Voices Heard in Rape Crisis Coverage
An analysis of elite U.S. newspapers' 1990–2005 coverage of Okinawa shows an explosion of coverage after the 1995 rape of a child by U.S. soldiers. Administration officials represented no more thanExpand