How bias shapes the news

@article{Zelizer2002HowBS,
  title={How bias shapes the news},
  author={B. Zelizer and David Park and David Gudelunas},
  journal={Journalism},
  year={2002},
  volume={3},
  pages={283 - 307}
}
This article addresses bias in the American press and shows how the inevitability of reporting from a point of view challenges the possibility of a newspaper of record on the Middle East. Examining 30 days of coverage of the Intifada, it both shows that coverage of events varied across three mainstream US newspapers – The New York Times, The Washington Post and Chicago Tribune – and demonstrates that in the case of the newspaper most often called a newspaper of record – The New York Times… Expand

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