Voice, Substance, and Cynicism in Presidential Campaign Media

@article{Just1999VoiceSA,
  title={Voice, Substance, and Cynicism in Presidential Campaign Media},
  author={M. Just and Ann N. Crigler and T. Buhr},
  journal={Political Communication},
  year={1999},
  volume={16},
  pages={25-44}
}
This study evaluates the emphasis and tone of press coverage of the 1992 U.S. presidential campaign and explores the extent to which candidates were given the opportunity to speak for themselves in the media. A range of media were examined and compared on candidate voice, substance, and cynicism. Newspapers gave the most space to analysis of public policy issues in the campaign, although generally in a more cynical tone than other media. Network television news often was cynical but offered… Expand
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