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Framing media mergers in France and the United States
Unformatted Document Text:  Framing media mergers in France and the United States 27 Dobbin, F. (2001). “Why the economy reflects the polity: Early rail policy in Britain, France and the United States”, in M. Granovetter, R. Swedberg (eds.) The sociology of economic life (2 nd edtion), Boulder (CO): Westview, pp.401-424. Gans, H.J. (1979). Deciding what’s news: A study of CBS evening news, NBC nightly news, Newsweek, and Time. New York: Pantheon. Gilens, M. (1999[1973]). Why Americans hate welfare: Race, Media and the politics of antipoverty policy. University of Chicago: Chicago. Gomery, D. (2000). “Interpreting media ownership”, in B.M. Compaine and D. Gomery (eds.) Who owns the media? Competition and concentration in the mass media industry (3 rd edition), LEA: Mahwah (NJ), pp.507-536. Hansell, S. (January 14 th 2000). “AOL and Time Warner share prices rebound”, New York Times, C2. Herman, E.S. and Chomsky, N. (1988). Manufacturing consent. Pantheon: New York. Hollifield, C.A. (1997). “The specialized business press and industry-related political communication: A comparative study”, Journalism and mass communication quarterly, V.74 (4), pp.757-772. Hoover’s (2002a). Vivendi Universal. Hoover’s Company profile database, Austin (TX). Hoover’s (2002b). AOL Time Warner, Austin (TX): Hoover’s Company profile database. Isikoff, M. (1999). Uncovering Clinton: A reporter’s story. New York: Crown publishers. Jamieson, K.H. (1998). The role of the press in the health care reform debate of 1993- 1994, in D. Graber, D. Mcquail and P. Norris (eds.) The politics of news, the news of politics, Washington D.C., CQ press, pp. 110-131. Kinsley, M. (January 24 th 2000). “Six degrees of America Online”, Time, P.53.

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Dobbin, F. (2001). “Why the economy reflects the polity: Early rail policy in Britain,
France and the United States”, in M. Granovetter, R. Swedberg (eds.) The
sociology of economic life (2
nd
edtion), Boulder (CO): Westview, pp.401-424.
Gans, H.J. (1979). Deciding what’s news: A study of CBS evening news, NBC nightly
news, Newsweek, and Time. New York: Pantheon.
Gilens, M. (1999[1973]). Why Americans hate welfare: Race, Media and the politics of
antipoverty policy. University of Chicago: Chicago.
Gomery, D. (2000). “Interpreting media ownership”, in B.M. Compaine and D. Gomery
(eds.) Who owns the media? Competition and concentration in the mass media
industry (3
rd
edition), LEA: Mahwah (NJ), pp.507-536.
Hansell, S. (January 14
th
2000). “AOL and Time Warner share prices rebound”, New
York Times, C2.
Herman, E.S. and Chomsky, N. (1988). Manufacturing consent. Pantheon: New York.
Hollifield, C.A. (1997). “The specialized business press and industry-related political
communication: A comparative study”, Journalism and mass communication
quarterly, V.74 (4), pp.757-772.
Hoover’s (2002a). Vivendi Universal. Hoover’s Company profile database, Austin (TX).
Hoover’s (2002b). AOL Time Warner, Austin (TX): Hoover’s Company profile database.
Isikoff, M. (1999). Uncovering Clinton: A reporter’s story. New York: Crown publishers.
Jamieson, K.H. (1998). The role of the press in the health care reform debate of 1993-
1994, in D. Graber, D. Mcquail and P. Norris (eds.) The politics of news, the
news of politics, Washington D.C., CQ press, pp. 110-131.
Kinsley, M. (January 24
th
2000). “Six degrees of America Online”, Time, P.53.


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