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Unformatted Document Text:  From the ‘Battle of Seattle’ to the ‘War on Terrorism’ 28 28 Hertog, J.K., and D.M. McLeod (1995). “Anarchists wreak havoc in downtown Minneapolis: A multi-level study of media coverage of radical protest.” Journalism and Mass Communication Monographs 151. Iyengar, S. (1991). Is Anyone Responsible? How Television Frames Political Issues (Chicago: University of Chicago Press). Iyengar, S., and A. Simon (1993). “News coverage of the Gulf crisis and public opinion: A study of agenda-setting, priming, and framing,” in Communication Research 20(3), 365-383. Kim, S.T. (2000). “Making a difference: U.S. press coverage of the Kwangju and Tiananmen pro-democracy movements,” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 77(1), 22-36. Lule, J. (1989). “Victimage in Times coverage of the KAL Flight 007 shooting,” Journalism Quarterly 66, 615-620, 778. Lule, J. (2001). Daily News, Eternal Stories: The Mythological Role of Journalism. (NY: Guilford Press). McCombs, N.E., and L. Becker (1979). Using Mass Communication Theory, (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall). McLeod, D.M. (1995). “Communicating deviance: The effects of television news coverage of social protest,” Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 39, 4-19. McLeod, D.M., and B.H. Detenber (Summer 1999). “Framing effects of television news coverage of social protest,” Journal of Communication 49(3), 3-23. McLeod, D.M., and J.K. Hertog (1992). "The manufacture of public opinion by reporters: informal cues for public perceptions of protest groups," Discourse & Society 3(3) 259-275. McLeod, D.M., and J.K. Hertog (1999). "Social control, social change and the mass media’s role in the regulation of protest groups," in Demers, D. and Viswanath, K. (eds.), Mass Media, Social Control, and Social Change: A Macrosocial Perspective. (Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press), 305-330. McQuail, D. (1994). Mass Communication Theory: An Introduction, 3 rd ed. (Thousand Oaks, Ca.: Sage). Molotch, H. (1979). “Media and movements,” in M.N. Zald and J.D. McCarthy (eds), The Dynamics of Social Movements: Resource mobilization, social control and tactics.(Cambridge, Mass.: Winthrop, 1979).

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From the ‘Battle of Seattle’ to the ‘War on Terrorism’ 28
28
Hertog, J.K., and D.M. McLeod (1995). “Anarchists wreak havoc in downtown Minneapolis: A
multi-level study of media coverage of radical protest.” Journalism and Mass
Communication Monographs
151.

Iyengar, S. (1991). Is Anyone Responsible? How Television Frames Political Issues (Chicago:
University of Chicago Press).

Iyengar, S., and A. Simon (1993). “News coverage of the Gulf crisis and public opinion: A study
of agenda-setting, priming, and framing,” in Communication Research 20(3), 365-383.

Kim, S.T. (2000). “Making a difference: U.S. press coverage of the Kwangju and Tiananmen
pro-democracy movements,” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 77(1), 22-
36.

Lule, J. (1989). “Victimage in Times coverage of the KAL Flight 007 shooting,” Journalism
Quarterly 66, 615-620, 778.

Lule, J. (2001). Daily News, Eternal Stories: The Mythological Role of Journalism. (NY:
Guilford Press).

McCombs, N.E., and L. Becker (1979). Using Mass Communication Theory, (Englewood Cliffs,
N.J.: Prentice-Hall).

McLeod, D.M. (1995). “Communicating deviance: The effects of television news coverage of
social protest,” Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 39, 4-19.

McLeod, D.M., and B.H. Detenber (Summer 1999). “Framing effects of television news
coverage of social protest,” Journal of Communication 49(3), 3-23.

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

McLeod, D.M., and J.K. Hertog (1999). "Social control, social change and the mass media’s role
in the regulation of protest groups," in Demers, D. and Viswanath, K. (eds.), Mass Media,
Social Control, and Social Change: A Macrosocial Perspective. (Ames, Iowa: Iowa State
University Press), 305-330.

McQuail, D. (1994). Mass Communication Theory: An Introduction, 3
rd
ed. (Thousand Oaks,
Ca.: Sage).

Molotch, H. (1979). “Media and movements,” in M.N. Zald and J.D. McCarthy (eds), The
Dynamics of Social Movements: Resource mobilization, social control and tactics.
(Cambridge, Mass.: Winthrop, 1979).


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