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Unformatted Document Text:  From the ‘Battle of Seattle’ to the ‘War on Terrorism’ 27 27 References Akhavan-Majid, R., and J. Ramaprasad (2000). "Framing Beijing: Dominant ideological influences on the American press coverage of the Fourth UN Conference on Women and the NGO Forum." Gazette: International Journal for Communication Studies 62(1), 45-59. Berkowitz, D., and D. Beach (1993). “News sources and news context: The effect of routine news, conflict and proximity.” Journalism Quarterly 70(1). Capella, J.N., and K. Hall Jamieson (1997). “Framing the news,” ch. 3 in Spiral of Cynicism: The Press and the Public Good. (NY: Oxford University Press), 38-57. Chan, J.M., and C. Lee (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 (Boulder, Co.: Westview Press), 183-201. Cohen, S. (1972). Folk Devils and Moral Panics: The creation of the Mods and Rockers. (London: MacGibbon & Kee), 9. Donohue, G.A., P.T. Tichenor, and C.N. Olien (1995). “A guard dog perspective on the role of media,” Journal of Communication 45(2), 115-132. Ellison, S. “London protest against capitalism takes violent turn,” Wall Street Journal (June 21,1999), 23. Entman, R.M., and A. Rojecki (1993). “Freezing out the public: Elite and media framing of the U.S. anti-nuclear movement,” Political Communication 10, 155-173. Gamson, W. (1988). “The 1987 Distinguished Lecture: A constructionist approach to mass media and public opinion,” Symbolic Interaction 11(2), 61-174. Gans, H. (1979). Deciding What’s News. (NY: Pantheon), 78-80. Gitlin, T. (1980). The Whole World is Watching: The mass media in the making and unmaking of the Left. (Berkeley, Ca.: University of California Press). Goffman, E. (1974). Frame Analysis: An essay on the organization of experience. (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press). Goode, E., and N. Ben-Yehuda. (1994). “Moral Panics: Culture, politics and social construction,” in Annual Review of Sociology, 20, 149-171. Herman, E., and N. Chomsky (1988). Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media.. (NY: Pantheon).

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References

Akhavan-Majid, R., and J. Ramaprasad (2000). "Framing Beijing: Dominant ideological
influences on the American press coverage of the Fourth UN Conference on Women and
the NGO Forum." Gazette: International Journal for Communication Studies 62(1), 45-
59.

Berkowitz, D., and D. Beach (1993). “News sources and news context: The effect of routine
news, conflict and proximity.” Journalism Quarterly 70(1).

Capella, J.N., and K. Hall Jamieson (1997). “Framing the news,” ch. 3 in Spiral of Cynicism:
The Press and the Public Good. (NY: Oxford University Press), 38-57.

Chan, J.M., and C. Lee (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 (Boulder, Co.: Westview Press), 183-201.

Cohen, S. (1972). Folk Devils and Moral Panics: The creation of the Mods and Rockers.
(London: MacGibbon & Kee), 9.

Donohue, G.A., P.T. Tichenor, and C.N. Olien (1995). “A guard dog perspective on the role of
media,” Journal of Communication 45(2), 115-132.

Ellison, S. “London protest against capitalism takes violent turn,” Wall Street Journal (June
21,1999), 23.

Entman, R.M., and A. Rojecki (1993). “Freezing out the public: Elite and media framing of the
U.S. anti-nuclear movement,” Political Communication 10, 155-173.

Gamson, W. (1988). “The 1987 Distinguished Lecture: A constructionist approach to mass
media and public opinion,” Symbolic Interaction 11(2), 61-174.

Gans, H. (1979). Deciding What’s News. (NY: Pantheon), 78-80.

Gitlin, T. (1980). The Whole World is Watching: The mass media in the making and unmaking
of the Left. (Berkeley, Ca.: University of California Press).

Goffman, E. (1974). Frame Analysis: An essay on the organization of experience. (Cambridge,
Mass.: Harvard University Press).

Goode, E., and N. Ben-Yehuda. (1994). “Moral Panics: Culture, politics and social
construction,” in Annual Review of Sociology, 20, 149-171.

Herman, E., and N. Chomsky (1988). Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the
Mass Media.. (NY: Pantheon).


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