International News Agencies and the War Debate of 2003

@article{Horvit2006InternationalNA,
  title={International News Agencies and the War Debate of 2003},
  author={Beverly Horvit},
  journal={International Communication Gazette},
  year={2006},
  volume={68},
  pages={427 - 447}
}
  • Beverly Horvit
  • Published 2006
  • Political Science
  • International Communication Gazette
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, Reuters, Xinhua, ITAR-TASS and Inter Press Service. US official sources were cited most frequently by all agencies except IPS and ITAR-TASS, which showed a nationalistic bias in its sourcing. Neither the western news agencies nor Xinhua's sourcing patterns were nationalistic, and their coverage was… Expand

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