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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:55698
Doc. No:TL25652
Call number:‭3287713‬
Main Entry:Anne Golden Worsham
Title & Author:Framing political news in the high school classroom: The case of Channel OneAnne Golden Worsham
College:The University of Utah
Date:2007
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2007
Page No:423
Abstract:In this research project I analyze the Channel One news programs which were broadcast to 8 million teenage public school students over the span of 2 school years, from September 2003 through May 2005. This was a time period when the corporate leaders of Primedia (the corporation that owned Channel One) become involved in national politics as part of pursuing a politically conservative corporate agenda. This period of political involvement occurred during the time period leading up to and including the Bush-Kerry presidential campaign. During the time of the campaign, a Channel One vice president was a top Bush fundraiser and was the only major fundraiser for President Bush who was listed as representing a news company. At this same time, Channel One's reporters were covering the presidential campaign and other political issues. Also, during this time period the military was a major advertiser on the broadcast, as the news station was covering the war in Iraq, the war against terrorism, controversies at home concerning civil liberties, and other international news. This research study interweaves several methodologies in order to conduct a more robust and multidimensional analysis of the text. The following methodologies are used: case study analysis, frame sponsorship analysis, frame analysis, typology construction and standards comparison. I draw insights from the various analyses to construct a typology of frames and frame sponsorship patterns. I construct a typology of frames to identify the frames found in this news source which are commonly found in other news sources. I also analyze the frames that emerge in this news source which may not be commonly found in mainstream news sources or in pre-existing research studies. I also conduct a comparison of the news offerings with the articulated editorial standards of this news service. I argue that during this time period, the Channel One news service failed to live up to its potential as a news source for the public schools.
Subject:Communication and the arts; Social sciences; Education; Channel One; Framing; High school; Political news; Journalism; Secondary education; Political science; Mass media; 0615:Political science; 0391:Journalism; 0708:Mass media; 0533:Secondary education
Added Entry:The University of Utah