Very good. Publisher: Stanford University Press Date of Publication: 1983 Binding: hardcover Edition: Condition: Near Fine + Description: Study of reporters' methods and results. Retired Library from Center for advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University. Never Checked Out, only has library markings. 151 Like new clean tight pages.
Good in Very Good-dust jacket. Binding is clean, sound and unworn. Very minor edge foxing. There is a moderate amount of underlining and margin marks through p. 97. Very minor wear and soil on the complete DJ.; 8-3/4" Tall, 151pp. Blue cloth, bright silver lettering. HISTORY. "A grim, even alarming picture of press performance emerges from this study of how newspapers covered the 1978 races for the U. S. House of Representatives. Based on a national sample of 82 contested congressional races ranging from Los Angeles and Long Island to Lufkin, Texas and Willoughby, Ohio, it traces how journalistic habits stifle political competition and limit voters' understanding of campaigns. " References. Index. A few graphs.
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