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The underground newspaper: A case study in small group cohesiveness
A characteristic of all social groups, to some extent, is cohesiveness or solidarity. A case study of an "underground" newspaper in a Southern city provides an example of this phenomenon in a small group. Although the staff ...
Male oriented vocabulary as a form of political dominance and a cause of female alienation from politics : A content analysis of newspaper terminology
This thesis explores some aspects of political socialization. It specifically will look at language patterns in political literature. The study of the language patterns in political literature leads to the formulation of ...
Ideological conflict and news media : A content analysis of two French newspapers
A content analysis was made of two French newspapers -Le Figaro, a Gaullist-oriented daily, and Le Populaire de Paris, newspaper of the French Socialist party. It was expected that there would be ideological distinctions ...
A content analysis of the letters to the editor and the editorial of two metropolitan dailies
This study was designed to Investigate the relationship between the "Letters to the Editor" column and the editorial policy of two newspapers. The study was formulated with three hypotheses: (1) the subject matter of both ...