Space Program Disasters, Framing, and Narrative Context in the Changing Times: A Content Analysis of New York Times Coverage in Three Eras
Indiana University, School of Journalism, 2007 - 158 pages
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17 stories banner breaking events Breaking Inquiry coded Coder column centimeters content analysis COVERAGE IN THREE crime culture David Weaver disaster coverage disaster event disaster stories disasters changed Domestic stories Feature stories fewer stories front page space Haiti headline increased Indiana University Indiana University-Bloomington January 28 Journalism Sources journalistic macro Mass Communication Quarterly measured Michael Evans Micro narrative journalism national relevance newspaper number of stories obituaries pattern percent in 1986 percent in 2003 percent in week percentage perspective print media coverage processing and mitigation readers ritual scannability School of Journalism science coverage secondary frame selected September 11 space disasters Space Program Disasters space shuttle Challenger space shuttle Columbia stories in 1967 stories per day story brand story frames subject category themes three eras total number types US-international week four week of coverage week three week2 week3 week4 week5 weekl weeks prior word count York Times coverage