Measuring the effects of changing the way violence is reported

Dorfman, Lori; Thorson, Esther
December 1998
Nieman Reports;Winter98, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p42
Discusses the measurement of the effects of changing the way crime and violence is reported in newspapers. Use of readership surveys; Details on the Violence Reporting Project.


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