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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 -26- Hertog, J.K. & McLeod, D.M. (1995). Anarchists wreak havoc in downtown Minneapolis: A multi-level study of media coverage of radical protest. Journalism & Mass Communication Monographs, 151. Mayer, M. (1991). Social Movement Research and Social Movements Practice: The U.S. Pattern. In Rucht, D. (Ed.) Research on Social Movements: The State of the Art in Western Europe and the USA. Campus Verlag: Westview Press. McCarthy, J.D., McPhail, C., & Smith, J. (1996). Images of protest: Dimensions of selection bias in media coverage of Washington demonstrations, 1982 and 1991. American Sociological Review, 61, 478-499. McLeod, D.M. (1995). Communicating deviance: The effects of television news coverage of social protest. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 39, 4-19. McLeod, D.M. & Detenber, B.H. (1999). Framing effects of television news coverage of social protest. Journal of Communication, 49, 3-23. McLeod, D.M. & Hertog, J.K. (1998). Social control and the mass media’s role in the regulation of protest groups: The communicative acts perspective. In D. Demers & K. Viswanath (Eds.) Mass media, social control and social change (pp. 305-330). Ames: IA: Iowa State University Press. McLeod, D.M. & Hertog, J.K. (1992). The manufacture of public opinion by reporters: Informal cues for public perceptions of protest groups. Discourse and Society, 3, 259-275. Murdock, G. (1973). Political deviance: The press presentation of a militant mass demonstration. In Cohen, S. & Young, J. (Eds.) The manufacture of news: Social problems, deviance and the mass media, pp. 156-175. London: Constable. Olien, C.N., Donohue, G.A. & Tichenor, P.J. (1968) The Community Editor’s Power and the Reporting of Conflict. Journalism Quarterly, 45, 243-252. Olien, C.N., Donohue, G.A. & Tichenor, P.J. (1992) Conflict, Consensus, and Public Opinion. In Glasser, T.L. & Salmon, C.T. (Eds.) Public Opinion and the Communication of Consent. New York, London: The Guilford Press. Oliver, P.E. & Maney, G.M. (1999). How Events Enter the Public Sphere: Conflict, Location and Sponsorship in Local Newspaper Coverage of Public Events. American Journal of Sociology, 105(1), July, 38-87. Oliver, P.E., & Myers, D.J. (1999). How events enter the public sphere: Conflict, location, and sponsorship in local newspaper coverage of public events. American Journal of Sociology, 105, 38-87.

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 -26-
Hertog, J.K. & McLeod, D.M. (1995). Anarchists wreak havoc in downtown
Minneapolis: A multi-level study of media coverage of radical protest. Journalism & Mass
Communication Monographs, 151.
Mayer, M. (1991). Social Movement Research and Social Movements Practice: The U.S.
Pattern. In Rucht, D. (Ed.) Research on Social Movements: The State of the Art in Western
Europe and the USA. Campus Verlag: Westview Press.
McCarthy, J.D., McPhail, C., & Smith, J. (1996). Images of protest: Dimensions of
selection bias in media coverage of Washington demonstrations, 1982 and 1991. American
Sociological Review, 61, 478-499.
McLeod, D.M. (1995). Communicating deviance: The effects of television news coverage
of social protest. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 39, 4-19.
McLeod, D.M. & Detenber, B.H. (1999). Framing effects of television news coverage of
social protest. Journal of Communication, 49, 3-23.

McLeod, D.M. & Hertog, J.K. (1998). Social control and the mass media’s role in the
regulation of protest groups: The communicative acts perspective. In D. Demers & K. Viswanath
(Eds.) Mass media, social control and social change (pp. 305-330). Ames: IA: Iowa State
University Press.

McLeod, D.M. & Hertog, J.K. (1992). The manufacture of public opinion by reporters:
Informal cues for public perceptions of protest groups. Discourse and Society, 3, 259-275.

Murdock, G. (1973). Political deviance: The press presentation of a militant mass
demonstration. In Cohen, S. & Young, J. (Eds.) The manufacture of news: Social problems,
deviance and the mass media, pp. 156-175. London: Constable.

Olien, C.N., Donohue, G.A. & Tichenor, P.J. (1968) The Community Editor’s Power and
the Reporting of Conflict. Journalism Quarterly, 45, 243-252.

Olien, C.N., Donohue, G.A. & Tichenor, P.J. (1992) Conflict, Consensus, and Public
Opinion. In Glasser, T.L. & Salmon, C.T. (Eds.) Public Opinion and the Communication of
Consent. New York, London: The Guilford Press.
Oliver, P.E. & Maney, G.M. (1999). How Events Enter the Public Sphere: Conflict,
Location and Sponsorship in Local Newspaper Coverage of Public Events. American Journal of
Sociology, 105(1), July, 38-87.
Oliver, P.E., & Myers, D.J. (1999). How events enter the public sphere: Conflict,
location, and sponsorship in local newspaper coverage of public events. American Journal of
Sociology, 105, 38-87.


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