Media Coverage of Violent Deaths in Iraq: An Opportunistic Capture-Recapture Assessment

@article{Siegler2008MediaCO,
  title={Media Coverage of Violent Deaths in Iraq: An Opportunistic Capture-Recapture Assessment},
  author={Anne Siegler and Leslie Roberts and Erin Balch and Emmanuel Bargues and Asheesh Bhalla and Corey B. Bills and Elizabeth W Dzeng and Yan Epelboym and Tory Foster and L Fulton and Meghan M Gallagher and Juan David Gastolomendo and Genessa Giorgi and Semhar Habtehans and Jennifer Kim and Blake McGee and Andrew J. McMahan and Sara Riese and Rachel Santamaria-Schwartz and Fiona Walsh and Jessica Wahlstrom and John Wedeles},
  journal={Prehospital and Disaster Medicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={23},
  pages={369 - 371}
}
Abstract Introduction: Western media coverage of the violence associated with the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq has contrasted in magnitude and nature with population-based survey reports. Objectives: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the extent to which first-hand reports of violent deaths were captured in the English language media by conducting in-depth interviews with Iraqi citizens. Methods: The England-based Iraq Body Count (IBC) has methodically monitored media reports and… 
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