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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 29 Pfetsch, B. (1998). Government news management, in D. Graber, D. Mcquail and P. Norris (eds.) The politics of news, the news of politics, Washington D.C., CQ press, pp.70-93. Protess, D.L, Cook, F.L, Curtin, T.R, Gordon, M.T., Leff, D.R., McCombs, M.E., and P. Miller. (1987). “The impact of investigative reporting on public opinion and policymaking”, Public opinion quarterly, V.51 (2), pp. 166-185. Rich, F. (January 15 th 2000). “Journal; Two 21 st century foxes elope”, New York Times, A17. Scarborough Research (2001). Release 1 (Top 50 markets), URL:www.naa.org/info/facts02/8_facts2002.html (accessed 11.1.02) Scott, W.A. (1955). “Reliability of content analysis: The case of nominal scale coding”, Public Opinion Quarterly, V.19(3), pp.321-325. Siebert, F.S., Peterson, T., and W. Schramm. (1973[1956]). Four theories of the press: the authoritarian, libertarian, social responsibility and Soviet communist concept of what the press should be and do, Urbana (IL), University of Illinois press. Sigal, L.V. (1974). Reporters and officials: The organization and politics of newsmaking, Lexington (Mass.): D.C. Heath. Spitzer, R.J. (1993). “Introduction: Defining the media-policy link”, in R.J. Spitzer (ed.) Media and public policy. Westport: Praeger, pp.1-18. Tagliabue (9.11.02). “European curbing their appetite for stocks”, New York Times, P.W1.

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Framing media mergers in France and the United States
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Pfetsch, B. (1998). Government news management, in D. Graber, D. Mcquail and P.
Norris (eds.) The politics of news, the news of politics, Washington D.C., CQ
press, pp.70-93.
Protess, D.L, Cook, F.L, Curtin, T.R, Gordon, M.T., Leff, D.R., McCombs, M.E., and P.
Miller. (1987). “The impact of investigative reporting on public opinion and
policymaking”, Public opinion quarterly, V.51 (2), pp. 166-185.
Rich, F. (January 15
th
2000). “Journal; Two 21
st
century foxes elope”, New York Times,
A17.
Scarborough Research (2001). Release 1 (Top 50 markets),
URL:www.naa.org/info/facts02/8_facts2002.html
(accessed 11.1.02)
Scott, W.A. (1955). “Reliability of content analysis: The case of nominal scale coding”,
Public Opinion Quarterly, V.19(3), pp.321-325.
Siebert, F.S., Peterson, T., and W. Schramm. (1973[1956]). Four theories of the press: the
authoritarian, libertarian, social responsibility and Soviet communist concept of
what the press should be and do, Urbana (IL), University of Illinois press.
Sigal, L.V. (1974). Reporters and officials: The organization and politics of newsmaking,
Lexington (Mass.): D.C. Heath.
Spitzer, R.J. (1993). “Introduction: Defining the media-policy link”, in R.J. Spitzer (ed.)
Media and public policy. Westport: Praeger, pp.1-18.
Tagliabue (9.11.02). “European curbing their appetite for stocks”, New York Times,
P.W1.


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