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Balance in Campaign Coverage
Unformatted Document Text:  Coverage Balance 29 education. 41 Washington D.C. bureau correspondents for regional or local news organizations were identified as Washington D.C. journalists. Hess, The Washington Reporters; Hess, “All the President’s Reporters: A New Survey of the White House Press Corps.” 42 The ratio between the number of independent variables and the sample size is 1:13.1. The ratio is close to 1:15, which is a rigorous standard for multiple regression analysis. 43 Participants were either White House correspondent or Washington bureau correspondent: Judy Keen (USA Today), Bill McAllister (The Denver Post), Maria Recio (The Fort Worth Star-Telegram), Tammy Lytle (The Orlando Sentinel), Jim Puzzanghera (The San Jose Mercury News) and Jo Mannies (The St. Louis Post-Dispatch). 44 Frank Bruni, The New York Times’ political reporter wrote, “Bush not only slaps reporters’ backs but also rubs the tops of their heads and, in a few instances, pinches their cheeks.” Frank Bruni, “For a suddenly accessible Bush, Everything is on the record,” The New York Times, 14April 2000. 45 Mickey Kaus, “Eine Klein Critique,” Slate, 28 October 1999. 46 Bob Somerby, “Alas: The coverage to date,” The Daily Howler, June 2000. 47 Plous, The psychology of judgment and decision making; Pronin, Lin and Ross, “The bias blind spot: perceptions of bias in self versus others”; Tversky and Kahneman, “Judgment under uncertainty.” 48 For the influence of structural constraints on news making, see Gans, Deciding What’s News; Pamela Shoemaker and Stephen Reese, Mediating The Message (Longman Publishers, 1996). 49 Hess, The Washington Reporters, 134.

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education.
41
Washington D.C. bureau correspondents for regional or local news organizations were
identified as Washington D.C. journalists. Hess, The Washington Reporters; Hess, “All the
President’s Reporters: A New Survey of the White House Press Corps.”
42
The ratio between the number of independent variables and the sample size is 1:13.1. The ratio
is close to 1:15, which is a rigorous standard for multiple regression analysis.
43
Participants were either White House correspondent or Washington bureau correspondent:
Judy Keen (USA Today), Bill McAllister (The Denver Post), Maria Recio (The Fort Worth Star-
Telegram
), Tammy Lytle (The Orlando Sentinel), Jim Puzzanghera (The San Jose Mercury
News
) and Jo Mannies (The St. Louis Post-Dispatch).
44
Frank Bruni, The New York Times’ political reporter wrote, “Bush not only slaps reporters’
backs but also rubs the tops of their heads and, in a few instances, pinches their cheeks.” Frank
Bruni, “For a suddenly accessible Bush, Everything is on the record,” The New York Times, 14
April 2000.
45
Mickey Kaus, “Eine Klein Critique,” Slate, 28 October 1999.
46
Bob Somerby, “Alas: The coverage to date,” The Daily Howler, June 2000.
47
Plous, The psychology of judgment and decision making; Pronin, Lin and Ross, “The bias
blind spot: perceptions of bias in self versus others”; Tversky and Kahneman, “Judgment under
uncertainty.”
48
For the influence of structural constraints on news making, see Gans, Deciding What’s News;
Pamela Shoemaker and Stephen Reese, Mediating The Message (Longman Publishers, 1996).
49
Hess, The Washington Reporters, 134.


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