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Darfur: Mass Media Framing of International Intervention, 2003-2007
Unformatted Document Text:  Brinkley, Joel. (2006, Apr. 27). “U.S. Options on Darfur are Running Out.” The New York Times, A8. CBS. (2005, May 7). Evening News. CBS. (2006, Sept. 14). Evening News. CBS. (2007, Feb. 7). Evening News. Chang, Tsan Kuo, Pamela Shoemaker and Nancy Brendlinger. (1987). ADeterminants of International News Coverage in the U.S. Media.@ Communication Research, 14, 396-414. Cohen, Bernard. (1963). The Press and Foreign Policy. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Entman, Robert. (1993). AFraming: Towards a Clarification of a Fractured Paradigm.@ Journal of Communication, 43, 51-58. Entman, Robert. (2004). Projections of Power: Framing News, Public Opinion, and U.S. Foreign Policy. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. (ESPAC) The European-Sudanese Public Affairs Council. (2002, June 11). The Media and Sudan: Why Such Poor Journalism? Retrieved June 22, 2007 from http://www.sudan.net/news/press/postedr/148/shtml (ESPAC) The European-Sudanese Public Affairs Council. (2004, June 11). AThe Media, Sudan and Darfur.@ Retrieved June 22, 2007 from http://www.sudan.news/press/postedr/293.shtml Evans, Gareth. (2005, Mar. 9). AMedia short-sightedness is truly staggering.@ Reuters AlertNet. Retrieved June 22, 2007 from http://www.crisisgroup.org/home/index.cfm? id=3322&1=1 Ford, Glen. (2007, July 18). “A Tale of Two Genocides, Congo and Darfur: The Blatantly Inconsistent U.S. Position.” blackagendareport.com. Retrieved Dec. 21, 2007 from http://www.blackagendareport.com/index.php?option+com_content&task+view&id=284 Flint, Julie and Alex de Waal. (2005). Darfur: A Short History of a Long War. London: Zed Books. Galtung, Johan and Mari Holmboe-Ruge (1965). AThe Structure of Foreign News: The Presentation of the Congo, Cuba, and Cyprus Crises in Four Norwegian Newspapers.@ Journal of Peace Research, 2, 65-91. Gamson, William. (1989). ANews as Framing.@ American Behavioral Scientist, 33, 157-161. 30

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Brinkley, Joel. (2006, Apr. 27). “U.S. Options on Darfur are Running Out.” The New York
Times,
A8.
CBS. (2005, May 7). Evening News.
CBS. (2006, Sept. 14). Evening News.
CBS. (2007, Feb. 7). Evening News.
Chang, Tsan Kuo, Pamela Shoemaker and Nancy Brendlinger. (1987). ADeterminants of
International News Coverage in the U.S. Media.@ Communication Research, 14, 396-414.
Cohen, Bernard. (1963). The Press and Foreign Policy. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University
Press.
Entman, Robert. (1993). AFraming: Towards a Clarification of a Fractured Paradigm.@ Journal
of Communication, 43, 51-58.

Entman, Robert. (2004). Projections of Power: Framing News, Public Opinion, and U.S.
Foreign Policy. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
(ESPAC) The European-Sudanese Public Affairs Council. (2002, June 11). The Media and
Sudan: Why Such Poor Journalism? Retrieved June 22, 2007 from
http://www.sudan.net/news/press/postedr/148/shtml
(ESPAC) The European-Sudanese Public Affairs Council. (2004, June 11). AThe Media, Sudan
and Darfur.@ Retrieved June 22, 2007 from
http://www.sudan.news/press/postedr/293.shtml
Evans, Gareth. (2005, Mar. 9). AMedia short-sightedness is truly staggering.@ Reuters AlertNet.
Retrieved June 22, 2007 from
Ford, Glen. (2007, July 18). “A Tale of Two Genocides, Congo and Darfur: The Blatantly
Inconsistent U.S. Position.” blackagendareport.com. Retrieved Dec. 21, 2007 from
Flint, Julie and Alex de Waal. (2005). Darfur: A Short History of a Long War. London: Zed
Books.
Galtung, Johan and Mari Holmboe-Ruge (1965). AThe Structure of Foreign News: The
Presentation of the Congo, Cuba, and Cyprus Crises in Four Norwegian Newspapers.@
Journal of Peace Research, 2, 65-91.
Gamson, William. (1989). ANews as Framing.@ American Behavioral Scientist, 33, 157-161.
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