Scandal and silence : media responses to presidential misconduct /
The author argues that "media neglect most corruption, providing too little, not too much scandal coverage; scandals arise from rational, controlled processes, not emotional frenzies -- and when scandals happen, it's not the media but government and political parties that drive the process...
Cambridge, U.K. ; Malden, MA :
- High crimes or misdemeanors?
- Analyzing media and presidential scandal
- Private lives in the public sphere: what do journalists know, and when do they tell it?
- Secret sins of 2008: the McCain, Edwards and Clinton families' values
- Dodging scandals - and the draft
- Rathergate: from a scandal of politics to a scandal of journalism
- Harkening to other matters: what news looks like when a scandal is silenced
- Silenced scandals of grave misconduct
- Recalibrating scandal and silence.