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Framing the Food Fights: How Mass Media Matter for Public Interest Litigation

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Haltom, William. "Framing the Food Fights: How Mass Media Matter for Public Interest Litigation" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Western Political Science Association, Marriott Hotel, Portland, Oregon, Mar 11, 2004 <Not Available>. 2009-05-26 <http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p87955_index.html>

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Framing the Food Fights: How Mass Media Matter for Public Interest Litigation William Haltom University of Puget Sound WPSA President And Michael McCann University of Washington WPSA Rank-and-file Prepared for delivery at the annual meetings of the Western Political Science Association Portland Oregon 2004 This paper presents a sketchy narrative regarding recent research still in progress. Serious scholars could not in good conscience cite from this very preliminary report. We do however urge readers to stay tuned for more
Elliot E. and Jennifer A. Segal. 1998. Television News and the Supreme Court: All the News That’s Fit to Air? (Cambridge U. K.: Cambridge University Press). Stern Seth. 2002. “Fast-food restaurants face legal grilling.” Christian Science Monitor. August 8. www.csmonitor.com/2002/0808/p14-usju.html Vogel David. 1978. Lobbying the Corporation. New York: Basic Books. ______. 1981. “Promoting Pluralism: The Politics of the Public Interest Movement.” Political Science Quarterly 95. Winter pp. 609-628. Zemans Frances Kahn. 1983. “Legal Mobilization: The Neglected Role of the


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