The Troubles of Journalism: A Critical Look at What's Right and Wrong with the Press

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Author Index

A-B
Adelson, A., 91, 180
Auletta, K., 65, 71, 73, 180
Bagdikian, B., 53, 64, 65, 71, 180
Bartlett, J., 61, 180
Becker, L., 152, 155, 182
Blankenburg, W., 77, 180
Blasi, V., 37, 41, 43, 180
Browne, M., 145, 180

C-D
Carmody, D., 19, 180
Carter, B., 97, 180
Chaffee, S., 154, 183
Cooper, A., 132, 180
Coulson, D., 76, 180
Dennis, E., 32, 180
De Parle, J., 148, 180
Diamond, E., 96, 180
Drew, E., 143, 180
Durocher, D., 127, 180

E
El Zein, H., 132, 180
Emerson, T., 39, 40, 180
Emery, E., 54, 74, 180
Emery, M., 54, 74, 180
Evans, H., 48, 180

F
Fabricant, G., 67, 68, 180
Fallows, J., 2, 3, 84, 110-112, 114, 115, 180
Fibich, L., 100, 101, 102,180
Fibison, M., 109, 180
Forester, L., 169, 181
Frankel, M., 89, 105, 119, 180
French, H., 130, 169, 181

G
Gabler, N., 56, 181
Getler, M., 142, 181
Geyer, G., 128, 181
Glaberson, W., 47, 75, 114, 116, 181
Glass, A., 81, 181 184
Goodman, W., 86, 181
Gunther, G., 50, 181
Gunther, M., 71, 181

H
Hachten, W., 31, 120, 124, 127, 130, 133, 140, 148, 181
Hackworth, D., 149, 181
Hansen, A., 76, 180
Harwood, R., 102, 103, 181
Hawk, B., 131, 181
Hess, S., 8, 25, 33, 119, 120, 122-125, 181
Hickey, N., 124, 181
Hoge, J., 29, 30, 149, 181
Hultman, T., 131, 181
Hume, E., 87, 181

J-K
Jacobson, G., 168, 181
Johnston, D., 53, 58, 62, 181
Kaplan, J., 61, 180
Kaplan, R., 134, 181
Keel, V., 19, 21, 183
Kees, B., 162, 181
Kimball, P., 81, 181
Knightley, P., 139, 182
Kolbert, E., 87, 182
Kosicki, G., 152, 155, 182
Kovach, B., 70, 182
Kurtz, H., 85, 86, 110-113, 149, 182

L-M
Lasswell, H., 3, 182
Lewis, P., 164, 182
Margolick, D., 98, 182
Mifflin, L., 83, 123, 182
Morton, J., 75, 182
Mott, F., 53, 54, 55, 182

O-P
O'Reilly, B., 106, 182
Parker, R., 35, 182
Pember, D., 1, 182
Peterson, I., 97, 98, 99, 102, 104, 126, 182
Pfaff, W., 134, 182

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