Making the news politics, the media, and agenda setting
By: Boydstun, Amber E.Material type: BookPublisher: Chicago University of Chicago Press 2013Description: xiii,260p. illustrations 23 cm.ISBN: 9780226065571.Subject(s): Press and politics -- United States | Journalism -- United StatesDDC classification: 071.3
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-251) and index.
Patterns in the news and why they matter -- The forces that drive the news -- The alarm/patrol hybrid model of news generation -- Content and change on the New York times front page -- Explaining front-page attention -- The rise and fall of the war on terror and the death penalty in the news -- How institutional mechanisms lead to media skew and explosiveness -- Skew and explosiveness in the shifting media landscape -- Implications for politics and society.