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

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

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This 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.”

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