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From the 'Battle of Seattle' to the 'War on Terrorism' in The New York Times
Unformatted Document Text:  From the ‘Battle of Seattle’ to the ‘War on Terrorism’ 29 29 Murdock, G. (1973) “Political deviance: the press presentation of a militant mass demonstration,” in S. Cohen and J. Young (eds.) The Manufacture of News: A Reader.(Beverly Hills, Ca.: Sage Publications). Reese, S.D. (2001). “Prologue—Framing Public Life: A Bridging Model for Media Research,” in Reese, S.D., O. Gandy and A. Grant (eds.), Framing Public Life: Perspectives on media and our understanding of the social world. (Mahweh, N.J.: Lawrence Ehrlbaum Associates), 7-31. Shoemaker, P.J. (1984). “Media treatment of deviant political groups,” in Journalism Quarterly (61), 66-75. Shoemaker, P.J. (1982). “The perceived legitimacy of deviant political groups: Two experiments on media effects,” in Communication Research 9(2), 249-286. Shoemaker, P.J., and S.D. Reese (1996). Mediating the Message: Theories of Influence on Mass Media Content, 2 nd ed. (White Plains, NY: Longman). Sigal, L. (1973). Reporters and Officials. (Lexington, Mass.: D.C. Heath.) Soloski, J. (1989). “Sources and channels of local news,” Journalism Quarterly 66, 864-870. Strodthoff, G.G., R.P. Hawkins, and A.C. Schoenfeld (1985). “Media roles in a social movement: A model of ideology diffusion,” in Journal of Communication 35(2), 134-153. Tuchman, G. (1978). Making the News: A Study in the Construction of Reality. (NY: Free Press). Van Zoonen, E.A. (1992). “The women’s movement and the media: Constructing a public identity,” in European Journal of Communication 7, 453-476. Watkins, S.C. (2001). “Framing protest: News media frames of the Million Man March,” in Critical Studies in Media Communication 18 (1), 83. Wittebols, J.H. (1996). “News from the non-institutional world: U.S. and Canadian television news coverage of social protest,” in Political Communication 13, 345-361.

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From the ‘Battle of Seattle’ to the ‘War on Terrorism’ 29
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Murdock, G. (1973) “Political deviance: the press presentation of a militant mass
demonstration,” in S. Cohen and J. Young (eds.) The Manufacture of News: A Reader.
(Beverly Hills, Ca.: Sage Publications).

Reese, S.D. (2001). “Prologue—Framing Public Life: A Bridging Model for Media Research,”
in Reese, S.D., O. Gandy and A. Grant (eds.), Framing Public Life: Perspectives on
media and our understanding of the social world. (Mahweh, N.J.: Lawrence Ehrlbaum
Associates), 7-31.

Shoemaker, P.J. (1984). “Media treatment of deviant political groups,” in Journalism Quarterly
(61), 66-75.

Shoemaker, P.J. (1982). “The perceived legitimacy of deviant political groups: Two experiments
on media effects,” in Communication Research 9(2), 249-286.

Shoemaker, P.J., and S.D. Reese (1996). Mediating the Message: Theories of Influence on Mass
Media Content, 2
nd
ed. (White Plains, NY: Longman).

Sigal, L. (1973). Reporters and Officials. (Lexington, Mass.: D.C. Heath.)

Soloski, J. (1989). “Sources and channels of local news,” Journalism Quarterly 66, 864-870.

Strodthoff, G.G., R.P. Hawkins, and A.C. Schoenfeld (1985). “Media roles in a social
movement: A model of ideology diffusion,” in Journal of Communication 35(2), 134-
153.

Tuchman, G. (1978). Making the News: A Study in the Construction of Reality. (NY: Free
Press).

Van Zoonen, E.A. (1992). “The women’s movement and the media: Constructing a public
identity,” in European Journal of Communication 7, 453-476.

Watkins, S.C. (2001). “Framing protest: News media frames of the Million Man March,” in
Critical Studies in Media Communication 18 (1), 83.

Wittebols, J.H. (1996). “News from the non-institutional world: U.S. and Canadian television
news coverage of social protest,” in Political Communication 13, 345-361.


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