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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 28 Lamizet, B. (1996). “The media in France”, in A. Weymouth, B. Lamizet (eds.) Markets and myths: Forces for change in Western Europe. London: Longman. Lemann, N. (October 7 th 2002). “The chairman”, New Yorker, pp.48-55. Le Monde 2 (September 2002). “Saga”, pp.25-42. Manheim, J.B. (1998). The news shapers: strategic communication as a third force in news making, in D. Graber, D. Mcquail and P. Norris (eds.) The politics of news, the news of politics, Washington D.C., CQ press. Manheim, J.B., Albritton, R.B. (1984). “Changing national images: International public relations and media agenda setting”, American Political Science Review, V.78 (3), pp.641-657. McCombs, M.E., Shaw, D.L. (1972). “The agenda-setting function of mass media”, Public opinion Quarterly, V.36 (2), pp.176-187. Paletz. D.L (1998). The media and public policy, in D. Graber, D. Mcquail and P. Norris (eds.) The politics of news, the news of politics, Washington D.C., CQ press, pp. 218-233. Patterson, T.E. (2000). “The United States: News in a free-market society”, in R. Gunther and A. Mughan (eds.) Democracy and the media: A comparative perspective, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.241-265. Patterson, T.E., (1998). Political roles of the journalist, in D. Graber, D. Mcquail and P. Norris (eds.) The politics of news, the news of politics, Washington D.C., CQ press, pp.17-32. Patterson, T.E., Donsbach, W. (1996). “News decisions: journalists as partisan actors”, Political Communication, V.13, pp.455-468.

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Framing media mergers in France and the United States
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Lamizet, B. (1996). “The media in France”, in A. Weymouth, B. Lamizet (eds.) Markets
and myths: Forces for change in Western Europe. London: Longman.
Lemann, N. (October 7
th
2002). “The chairman”, New Yorker, pp.48-55.
Le Monde 2 (September 2002). “Saga”, pp.25-42.
Manheim, J.B. (1998). The news shapers: strategic communication as a third force in
news making, in D. Graber, D. Mcquail and P. Norris (eds.) The politics of news,
the news of politics, Washington D.C., CQ press.
Manheim, J.B., Albritton, R.B. (1984). “Changing national images: International public
relations and media agenda setting”, American Political Science Review, V.78
(3), pp.641-657.
McCombs, M.E., Shaw, D.L. (1972). “The agenda-setting function of mass media”,
Public opinion Quarterly, V.36 (2), pp.176-187.
Paletz. D.L (1998). The media and public policy, in D. Graber, D. Mcquail and P. Norris
(eds.) The politics of news, the news of politics, Washington D.C., CQ press, pp.
218-233.
Patterson, T.E. (2000). “The United States: News in a free-market society”, in R. Gunther
and A. Mughan (eds.) Democracy and the media: A comparative perspective,
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.241-265.
Patterson, T.E., (1998). Political roles of the journalist, in D. Graber, D. Mcquail and P.
Norris (eds.) The politics of news, the news of politics, Washington D.C., CQ
press, pp.17-32.
Patterson, T.E., Donsbach, W. (1996). “News decisions: journalists as partisan actors”,
Political Communication, V.13, pp.455-468.


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