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Walter Lippmann and Media
An examination of Walter Lippmann's influence on the media and society.
# 121635 | 3,000 words | 47 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Communication (Journalism) , Sociology (Media and Society)


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This paper examines journalist/social commentator Walter Lippmann's influence on the media and society, looking at his communications research, agenda setting, framing, and his book "Public Opinion".

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"The editors of "The Nation" introduced a series of four articles devoted to social commentator Walter Lippmann, with the remark that he was probably the most influential American journalist of our time. (Aptheker) Later, he was dubbed the Dean of American Journalism. (Bender) Lippmann's appeal and influence were indeed extensive; his columns appeared in approximately ... U.S., Latin American and Canadian newspapers as well as in Australian, Greek, Japanese and other newspapers around the world. (Aptheker) A Harvard graduate, Lippmann had..."

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