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Press bias and politics : how the media frame controversial issues

Author: Jim A Kuypers; Praeger (Westport).
Publisher: Westport, CT ; London : Praeger, cop. 2002.
Series: Praeger Series in Political Communication.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Kuypers charts the potential effects the printed presses and broadcast media have upon the messages of political and social leaders when they discuss controversial issues.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jim A Kuypers; Praeger (Westport).
ISBN: 0275977587 9780275977580 0275977595 9780275977597
OCLC Number: 1002944827
Description: XI, [3], 302 s. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Series Foreword by Robert E. Denton, Jr. Understanding Media Manipulation of Controversial Issues Charles Davidson, "The Confederate Battle Flag: A Symbol of Racism?" William J. Clinton, "Initiative on Race" Loius Farrakhan, "Remarks at the Million Man March" Reggie White: "Wisconsin State Assembly Speech" Trent Lott: "Armstrong Williams Show Comments' William J. Clinton, "Remarks by the President at Human Rights Campaign Dinner" Conclusion: Press Bias, Politics, and the Media Manipulate Controversial Issues Bibliography Index
Series Title: Praeger Series in Political Communication.
Responsibility: Jim A. Kuypers.


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