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The Media and Politics section of this collection of conference proceedings contains the following 11 papers: "Characteristics of Readers of Religious Publications for Political Information" (Judith M. Buddenbaum); "Is 'Nightline' Biased?: A Content Analysis of the Issue of Gays in the Military" (Chuck Hoy and Terry Scott); "Newspaper Coverage of the 1960 Civil Rights Act" (Sherrie L. Wilson); "Voters' Use of Schemata in Processing Political Information from the Media: The 1992 Presidential Election" (Karon Reinboth Speckman); "Marginalizing Perot: Visual Treatment of the Candidates in the 1992 Presidential Debates" (Larry G. Burkum); "Conceptions of Salience: Their Roles in Voters' Information-Processing of Issue Milieus" (David Domke and Dhavan Shah); "Anonymous Government Sources in the 'New York Times' Coverage of the Middle East Peace Accords, the Conflict in Bosnia and the Clinton Health Care Package" (Bryan Denham); "An Analysis of Front Page Newspaper Photographic Coverage of the 1992 Presidential Election Campaign" (Sarah Wright Plaster); "A Case in Cynicism: Network Coverage of the 1992 Presidential Campaign" (Sandra Dickson and others); "Crossing the Line: Constructing 'Lesbianism' in the Achtenberg Debate" (Diane Helene Miller); and "Gender as a Factor in Newspaper Disclosures about the Private Lives of Politicians: A Comparative Study of Newsroom Managers" (Sigman Splichal and Bruce Garrison). (NKA)

Descriptors: Audience Analysis, Elections, Information Sources, Mass Media Role, Media Research, News Reporting, Political Candidates, Political Issues, Presidential Campaigns (United States), Television











Author: Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.

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