With Malice toward All? The Media and Public Confidence in Democratic Institutions

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Acknowledgments

As with most undertakings, this study reflects the efforts of many. We would first like to thank a number of graduate students in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Wisconsin- Madison who helped to collect and code the data reported in this book: Satoko Adachi, Sirathorn Balakula, Qiujing Bu, Wan Chien, Martha Cusick, Maria Domellof, Jessica Genova, Prathana Kannaovakun, Wenche Nilsen, Shannon Payette, Jason Powless, Bret Shaw, Tom Springer, Gemma Tarlach, Dawn Tijerina, Chia-chen Wu, Gi Woong Yun, and Stephen Zubric. Other students collected, coded, and entered data: Michael Bridgeman, Lance Holbert, LeeAnn Kahlor, Erin Kock, Wai-Peng Lee, Debra Levy, Jia-Jiun Lin, Wei-Kuo Lin, Barry Radler, and Weiwu Zhang. Robert H. Lee of the University of Wisconsin Survey Research Center supervised the telephone survey operations and was assisted by senior undergraduate students.

We also owe a debt of gratitude to our respective institutions. The School of Communications at the University of Washington provided support to the first author from its Test Trust Fund, and the University of Wisconsin's Vilas Associate Appointment was awarded to the second author. Both sources provided support for data collection and writing of the manuscript.

Finally, this manuscript would not be in its current form if not for several individuals who, knowingly or not, have helped to shape it: Dietram Scheufele, Jack McLeod, and Diana Mutz, whose feedback and support at various stages of this long-term project were invaluable. Rich Morin provided some insights into an early version of what eventually evolved into Chapter 7. Meredith Li-Vollmer and Melissa Wall read and

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