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Unformatted Document Text:  30 Entman, R. M. and Rojecki, A. (1993). Freezing out the public: Elite and media framing of the U.S. Anti-nuclear movement Political Communication 10:155-173. 31 Entman, R.M. (1991). Framing U.S. coverage of international news: Contrasts in narratives of the KAL and Iran Air incidents. Journal of Communication 41, 4: 6-27. 32 For example, see Broadway, S. C. and Walsh-Childers, K.“The making of a menace? A qualitative framing analysis of how newspapers covered the prescription drug OxyContin,” (Paper presented at the annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Toronto, 2004) and Entman and Rojecki, Freezing out the public. 33 Entman and Rojecki , Freezing out the public. 34 The sample included all items of editorial content that met the criterion of running 25 words or more, thus including news and feature stories, editorials, columns and letters to the editor. The word “stories” is used throughout the article to describe the coded items, but it should be understood that some of the items were not news or feature stories.

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 Entman, R. M. and Rojecki, A. (1993). Freezing out the public:  Elite and 
media framing of the U.S. Anti-nuclear movement Political Communication 
 Entman, R.M. (1991). Framing U.S. coverage of international news: Contrasts 
in narratives of the KAL and Iran Air incidents. Journal of Communication 41, 4: 
 For example, see Broadway, S. C. and Walsh-Childers, K.“The making of a 
menace? A qualitative framing analysis of how newspapers covered the 
prescription drug OxyContin,” (Paper presented at the annual conference of the 
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Toronto, 
2004) and Entman and Rojecki, Freezing out the public.
 Entman and Rojecki , Freezing out the public.
 The sample included all items of editorial content that met the criterion of 
running 25 words or more, thus including news and feature stories, editorials, 
columns and letters to the editor. The word “stories” is used throughout the 
article to describe the coded items, but it should be understood that some of 
the items were not news or feature stories.

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