The Role and Impact of Fox News

@article{Hoewe2020TheRA,
  title={The Role and Impact of Fox News},
  author={Jennifer Hoewe and Kathryn Cramer Brownell and Eric C. Wiemer},
  journal={The Forum},
  year={2020},
  volume={18},
  pages={367 - 388}
}
Abstract Considering that cable news has become a primary source of political information for many Americans, this article examines the role and impact of Fox News in the United States, particularly as it compares to other news outlets. We begin by offering a historical analysis of Fox News’ formation and growth in popularity, including a review of existing scholarship on the network’s impact on news consumers. Prior research as well as an additional nationally-representative dataset reveals… 
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