Television News Coverage Of Presidential Primaries

Hofstetter, C. Richard; Moore, David W.
December 1982
Journalism Quarterly;Winter82, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p651
Academic Journal
Focuses on the mass media coverage of political candidates in the U.S. Influence of television news coverage on the presidential primary election campaigns; Importance of the amount of media coverage given to U.S. President Jimmy Carter to his popularity; Role of the amount of television coverage of a candidate on voter's choice.


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