ThesisStephens, PalminaThis thesis, a descriptive history, examined the life and career of Adela Rogers St. Johns, while focusing on the characteristics of her writing style. The hypothesis was that she wrote as an emotional sob sister throughout her newspaper years. St. Jo . . .
ThesisThe press and the Pink Lady Campaign : coverage of the 1950 Nixon-Douglas United States Senate campaign in CaliforniaWeinstock, Carol SpivackThe long political career of Richard M. Nixon has been analyzed many times, including his 1950 contest against Helen Gahagan Douglas for the United States Senate seat from California. Most of the literature about that campaign has dealt with Nixon and . . .
ThesisGoldman, Kathleen JoanA questionnaire was sent to 312 science reporters at American daily newspapers to ascertain their opinions of scientists as news sources and to examine their methods of researching science news stories. The data collected through the questionnaires wa . . .
ThesisA paradigm of war reporting: the Sacramento Bee's coverage of the Vietnam War from August 1964 through February 1968O'Brien, Bernadette M.In a democratic society, the news media is charged with delivering truthful, fair and unbiased news to the public it serves. This is particularly crucial during times of war, when truthful reporting is vital. An analysis of newspaper articles and edit . . .