How Major U.S. Dailies Covered Quebec Separatism Referendum

Winter, James P.; Ghaffari, Pirouz Shoar; Sparkes, Vernone M.
December 1982
Journalism Quarterly;Winter82, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p603
Academic Journal
Focuses on the coverage of the Quebec separatism referendum by the U.S. press. Description of the amount and kind of foreign news coverage in the American press; Increase in the amount of information about Canada in the U.S. press corresponding to the election of the separatist government; Accuracy of the information carried in the U.S. press.


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