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Turning a Blind Eye: Why Reporters Ignore Third-Party Candidates
Unformatted Document Text:  Sigal, Leon V. (1973). Reporters and Officials: The Organization and Politics of Newsmaking. Lexington, Massachusetts: D.C. Heath and Company. Turning a Blind Eye: Why Reporters Ignore Third-Party Candidates Sigal, Leon V. (1986) “Sources Make the News.” In Reading the News, ed. Robert Karl Manoff and Michael Schudson. New York: Pantheon Books, 9-37. St. Louis Post-Dispatch. (7 November 2002) “Results of Governors Races.” A12. Stempel, Guido H. (1969) “The Prestige Press Meets the Third-Party Challenge.” Journalism Quarterly, 46 (4), 699-706. Stempel, Guido H., and John W. Windhauser. (1984) “The Prestige Press Revisited: Coverage of the 1980 Presidential Campaign.” Journalism Quarterly, 61 (1), 49-55. Stovall, James Glen. (1985) “The Third-Party Challenge of 1980: News Coverage of the Presidential Candidates.” Journalism Quarterly, 62 (2), 266-271. Third Party Watch. (2005) “Recent Gubernatorial Success.” Available at Accessedon 25 September 2006. Weaver, David H., and Swanzy Nimley Elliott (1985). “Who Sets the Agenda for the Media? A Study of Local Agenda-Building.” Journalism Quarterly, 62 (1), 87-94. Wellstone, Paul. (2000) “Growing Media Consolidation Must be Examined to Preserve Our Democracy.” Federal Communications Law Journal, 52, 551-554. Zaller, John. (1999) A Theory of Media Politics: How the Interests of Politicians, Journalists, and Citizens Shape the News. Unpublished work downloaded from Accessed 1 November 2003. Zaller, John, and Mark Hunt. (1994) “The Rise and Fall of Candidate Perot: Unmediated Versus Mediated Politics—Part I.” Political Communication, 11, 357-390. Zaller, John, and Mark Hunt. (1995) “The Rise and Fall of Candidate Perot: The Outsider Versus the Political System—Part II.” Political Communication, 12, 97-123. 29

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Sigal, Leon V. (1973). Reporters and Officials: The Organization and Politics of
Newsmaking. Lexington, Massachusetts: D.C. Heath and Company.
Turning a Blind Eye: Why Reporters Ignore Third-Party Candidates
Sigal, Leon V. (1986) “Sources Make the News.”  In Reading the News, ed. Robert Karl
Manoff and Michael Schudson. New York: Pantheon Books, 9-37.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch. (7 November 2002) “Results of Governors Races.” A12.
Stempel, Guido H. (1969) “The Prestige Press Meets the Third-Party Challenge.”
Journalism Quarterly, 46 (4), 699-706.
Stempel, Guido H., and John W. Windhauser. (1984) “The Prestige Press Revisited:
Coverage of the 1980 Presidential Campaign.” Journalism Quarterly, 61 (1), 49-
Stovall, James Glen. (1985) “The Third-Party Challenge of 1980: News Coverage of the
Presidential Candidates.” Journalism Quarterly, 62 (2), 266-271.
Third Party Watch. (2005) “Recent Gubernatorial Success.” Available at
Weaver, David H., and Swanzy Nimley Elliott (1985). “Who Sets the Agenda for the
Media? A Study of Local Agenda-Building.” Journalism Quarterly, 62 (1), 87-94.
Wellstone, Paul. (2000) “Growing Media Consolidation Must be Examined to Preserve
Our Democracy.” Federal Communications Law Journal, 52, 551-554.
Zaller, John. (1999) A Theory of Media Politics: How the Interests of Politicians,
Journalists, and Citizens Shape the News. Unpublished work downloaded from
%20.pdf. A
ccessed 1 November 2003.
Zaller, John, and Mark Hunt. (1994) “The Rise and Fall of Candidate Perot: Unmediated
Versus Mediated Politics—Part I.” Political Communication, 11, 357-390.
Zaller, John, and Mark Hunt. (1995) “The Rise and Fall of Candidate Perot: The Outsider
Versus the Political System—Part II.” Political Communication, 12, 97-123.

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