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Clash of coverage: An analysis of the cultural framing components of U.S. newspaper reporting on the 2011 protests in Bahrain
Unformatted Document Text:  Clash of Coverage 23 Tables Table 1 Table 1. Dispersion and Length of Stories New York Times Pct. 1 L.A. Times Pct. Wash. Post Pct. Total Pct. Total Number of Stories 15 44.1% 7 20.6% 12 35.3% 34 100.0% Length 2 1-500 0 0.0% 1 14.3% 1 8.3% 2 5.9% 501-1,000 6 40.0% 4 57.1% 8 66.7% 18 52.9% 1,001-1,500 8 53.3% 1 14.3% 3 25.0% 12 35.3% 1,501+ 1 6.7% 1 14.3% 0 0.0% 2 5.9% 1 Percentages were calculated based on the total numbers of stories from each respective newspaper. 2 Length values represent the number of words in each story. Table 2 Table 2. Stories Representing Sides of Bahrain Conflict New York Times Pct. 1 L.A. Times Pct. Wash. Post Pct. Total Pct. Sources 2 Protesters 11 73.3% 4 57.1% 8 66.7% 23 67.6% Govt. Supporters 10 66.7% 3 42.9% 5 41.7% 18 52.9% 1 Percentages were calculated based on the total number of stories from each respective newspaper. 2 One story may contain both sources. Table 3 Table 3. Words Given Sides of Bahrain Conflict New York Times Pct. 1 L.A. Times Pct. Wash. Post Pct. Total Pct. Sources Protesters 1,068 54.9% 353 80.4% 532 81.1% 1,953 64.2% Govt. Supporters 879 45.1% 86 19.6% 124 18.9% 1,089 35.8% 1 Percentages were calculated based on the number of words given both sides in each respective newspaper.

Authors: Hoewe, Jennifer. and Bowe, Brian J..
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Clash of Coverage
23
Tables
Table 1
Table 1. Dispersion and Length of Stories
 
New 
York 
Times
Pct.
1
L.A. 
Times
Pct.
Wash. 
Post
Pct.
Total
Pct.
 
Total Number 
of Stories
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
15
44.1%
7
20.6%
12
35.3%
34
100.0%
Length
2
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1-500
0
0.0%
1
14.3%
1
8.3%
2
5.9%
501-1,000
6
40.0%
4
57.1%
8
66.7%
18
52.9%
1,001-1,500
8
53.3%
1
14.3%
3
25.0%
12
35.3%
1,501+
1
6.7%
1
14.3%
0
0.0%
2
5.9%
1
 Percentages were calculated based on the total numbers of stories from each respective newspaper.
2
 Length values represent the number of words in each story.
Table 2
Table 2. Stories Representing Sides of Bahrain Conflict
 
New 
York 
Times
Pct.
1
L.A. 
Times
Pct.
Wash. 
Post
Pct.
Total
Pct.
 
Sources
2
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Protesters
11
73.3%
4
57.1%
8
66.7%
23
67.6%
Govt. Supporters
10
66.7%
3
42.9%
5
41.7%
18
52.9%
1
 Percentages were calculated based on the total number of stories from each respective newspaper.
2
 One story may contain both sources.
Table 3
Table 3. Words Given Sides of Bahrain Conflict
New 
York 
Times
Pct.
1
L.A. 
Times
Pct.
Wash. 
Post
Pct.
Total
Pct.
 
Sources
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Protesters
1,068
54.9%
353
80.4%
532
81.1%
1,953
64.2%
Govt. Supporters
879
45.1%
86
19.6%
124
18.9%
1,089
35.8%
1
 Percentages were calculated based on the number of words given both sides in each respective newspaper.


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