Religion Sections Appear in a Minority of Newspapers. ... Some Newspapers Reflect Better Than Others Their Community, Nation, and ...
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Religion in American Newspapers
University of Rochester
April 30, 2003
A Critique and Challenge
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The Boston Globe
The Chicago Tribune
The Dallas Morning News
The Denver Post
The Los Angeles Times
The New York Times
The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
The Wall Street Journal
The Washington Post
Coverage of Islam is Disproportionate to the Percentage of Muslims in the U.S. Its Coverage is Predominantly Associated With Criminality and Bad Deeds.
Religion Sections Appear in a Minority of Newspapers. These Sections Treat Religions in Depth, and Show How Beliefs, Values, and Practices Relate to and Influence Their Readers’ Lives.
Stacey Rae Benner
Research Assistant and Teaching Fellow: Todd Hildebrandt*
Research Team Participants:
* WRITING TEAM