All the News That's Fit to Print?

@article{Caliendo1999AllTN,
  title={All the News That's Fit to Print?},
  author={S. M. Caliendo and Mark P. Gibney and Angela Payne},
  journal={The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics},
  year={1999},
  volume={4},
  pages={48 - 69}
}
  • S. M. Caliendo, Mark P. Gibney, Angela Payne
  • Published 1999
  • Sociology
  • The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics
  • The so-called CNN effect suggests that the American public has quick access to more information about world events than ever before.To test the prevalence of the effect, this study examines New York Times stories on fifty countries that human-rights researchers list among the top violators. Results show that although there is a moderate correlation between the magnitude of political terror and the number of human-rights stories from a given country, the Times's overall coverage of human rights… CONTINUE READING
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