Reporting of Social Science in the National Media
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Policy makers, as well as the general public, are often unaware of social science research until a story about it appears in the national media. Even in official Washington, a staffer s report on social research may go unnoticed while a report in the Washington Post receives immediate attention. This study takes a systematic and revealing look at social science reporting....more
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published August 4th 1988 by Russell Sage Foundation Publications (first published September 1987)
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