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Historical Drifts Without Paradigm Shifts: A Historical Analysis of Newspaper Coverage of Social Protest
Unformatted Document Text:  Protest Coverage in Wisconsin Newspapers 1960-1999 -25- References Baughman, J.L. (2001). “Wounded but not Slain”: The Orderly Retreat of the American Newspaper, 1945-2001. The History of the Book in America, ed. Michael Schudson, Joan Shelley Rubin and David Paul Nord. Vol. 5 (New York: Cambridge University Press, Forthcoming). Breed, W. (1958) Mass Communication and Socio-Cultural Integration. Social Forces, 37, 109-116. Chan, J.M. & Lee, C.C. (1984). Journalistic “paradigms” of civil protests: A case study in Hong Kong. In A. Arno and W. Dissanayake (Eds.) The News Media in National and International Conflict (pp. 183-202). Boulder and London: Westview Press. Donohue, G.A., Olien, C.N. & Tichenor, P.J., (1972) Gatekeeping: Mass Media Systems and Information Control. In Kline, F.G. & Tichenor, P.J. (Eds.) Current Perspectives in Mass Communication Research. Donohue, G.A., Olien, C.N., & Tichenor, P.J. (1985). Reporting conflict by pluralism, newspaper type and ownership. Journalism Quarterly, 62, 489-499, 507. Downs, A. (1972). Up and down with ecology: The issue attention cycle. Public Interest, 28, 38-50. Edelstein, A.S. & Contris, J.J. (1966) The Public View of the Weekly Newspaper’s Leadership Role. Journalism Quarterly, 43, 17-24. Farber, D. (Ed.) (1994). The Sixties: From Memory to History. Chapel Hill & London: The University of North Carolina Press. Fuller, J. (1996). News Values: Ideas for an Information Age. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Hall, S., Clarke, J., Critcher, C., Jefferson, T. & Roberts, B. (1978). Policing the Crisis. London: MacMillan. Gans, H.J. (1979). Deciding What’s News: A Study of CBS Evening News, NBC Nightly News, Newsweek and Time. New York: Pantheon Books. Gitlin, T. (1980). The whole world is watching: Mass media and the making and unmaking of the new left. Berkeley: University of California Press. Herman, E.S. & Chomsky, N. (1988). Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media. New York: Pantheon Books.

Authors: Devanathan, Narayan., Boyle, Michael., Shevy, Mark., McCluskey, Michael., Stein, Susan., Hillback, Elliott. and McLeod, Douglas.
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Protest Coverage in Wisconsin Newspapers 1960-1999 -25-
References
Baughman, J.L. (2001). “Wounded but not Slain”: The Orderly Retreat of the American
Newspaper, 1945-2001. The History of the Book in America, ed. Michael Schudson, Joan Shelley
Rubin and David Paul Nord. Vol. 5 (New York: Cambridge University Press, Forthcoming).

Breed, W. (1958) Mass Communication and Socio-Cultural Integration. Social Forces,
37, 109-116.
Chan, J.M. & Lee, C.C. (1984). Journalistic “paradigms” of civil protests: A case study in
Hong Kong. In A. Arno and W. Dissanayake (Eds.) The News Media in National and
International Conflict (pp. 183-202). Boulder and London: Westview Press.
Donohue, G.A., Olien, C.N. & Tichenor, P.J., (1972) Gatekeeping: Mass Media Systems
and Information Control. In Kline, F.G. & Tichenor, P.J. (Eds.) Current Perspectives in Mass
Communication Research.
Donohue, G.A., Olien, C.N., & Tichenor, P.J. (1985). Reporting conflict by pluralism,
newspaper type and ownership. Journalism Quarterly, 62, 489-499, 507.

Downs, A. (1972). Up and down with ecology: The issue attention cycle. Public
Interest, 28, 38-50.
Edelstein, A.S. & Contris, J.J. (1966) The Public View of the Weekly Newspaper’s
Leadership Role. Journalism Quarterly, 43, 17-24.
Farber, D. (Ed.) (1994). The Sixties: From Memory to History. Chapel Hill & London:
The University of North Carolina Press.

Fuller, J. (1996). News Values: Ideas for an Information Age. Chicago: University of
Chicago Press.

Hall, S., Clarke, J., Critcher, C., Jefferson, T. & Roberts, B. (1978). Policing the Crisis.
London: MacMillan.

Gans, H.J. (1979). Deciding What’s News: A Study of CBS Evening News, NBC Nightly
News, Newsweek and Time. New York: Pantheon Books.

Gitlin, T. (1980). The whole world is watching: Mass media and the making and
unmaking of the new left. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Herman, E.S. & Chomsky, N. (1988). Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of
the Mass Media. New York: Pantheon Books.


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