Campaign Contributions: Online Newspaper Coverage of Election 2000
Focuses on a study, which examined whether a similar normalization effect can be seen in online adaptations of the journalistic role in the political process. Significance of Web sites for journalists; Results of a survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, which focused on the usage of the Internet during the 2000 election in the U.S.; Key attributes of the Web site that counter criticisms of traditional media coverage of campaigns and elections; Increase in the number of newspapers that offered sections of their Web sites to election coverage
Jane B. Singer. "Campaign Contributions: Online Newspaper Coverage of Election 2000" Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 80.1 (2003): 39-56.
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