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- If I Could Hold a Seminar for Political Journalists… by Fiorina, Morris P.
- If Everyone Votes Their Party, Why Do Presidential Election Outcomes Vary So Much? by Shaw, Daron
- Independent Leaners as Policy Partisans: An Examination of Party Identification and Policy Views by Magleby, David B. and Nelson, Candice
- Delegation, Control, and the Study of Public Bureaucracy by Moe, Terry M.
- The Disappearing--but Still Important--Swing Voter by Mayer, William G.
The Media: What They Are Today, and How They Got That Way
Citation Information: The Forum. Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages –, ISSN (Online) 1540-8884, DOI: 10.2202/1540-8884.1068, March 2005
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This article seeks to provide a historical context for the current state of the media. It concludes that the political bias, and capacity to produce journalistic scandal, so conspicuous in recent years among leading newspapers and television networks, reflects the impact of major cultural, market, and technological developments.