In this Issue
The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics analyzes the interaction of the press, politics, and public policy-making. Committed to reflecting a broad spectrum of intellectual disciplines and practitioner experience, Press/Politics bridges the gap between research in the social sciences and the broader world of journalists, broadcasters, and public policymakers.
published byThe MIT Press
viewing issueVolume 5, Number 2, Spring 2000
Table of Contents
- The "Sweet Satisfactions" of Newspapering
- pp. 104-108
- Local TV News Archives as a Public Good
- pp. 111-117
- Il Manifesto: Italy's Left-Wing Media
- pp. 122-125
- Book Notes
- pp. 126-127
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