Covering Katrina: Trends in Katrina Media Coverage - Initial Analysis from the Top Ten National Newspapers and Ten Gulf Coast Newspapers - Freedman Consulting, LLC
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Covering Katrina: Trends in Katrina Media Coverage – Initial Analysis from the Top Ten National Newspapers and Ten Gulf Coast Newspapers

Covering Katrina: Trends in Katrina Media Coverage – Initial Analysis from the Top Ten National Newspapers and Ten Gulf Coast Newspapers

This Partnership for Public Service study examines U.S. media print coverage of the topic of poverty and politics from 2003 through 2007. Comparing the last pre-presidential year with 2007, we found a dramatic increase in the number of stories that mention “politics,” “candidate,” and “poverty.”

Check out Covering Katrina: Trends in Katrina Media Coverage.