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Chapter 1 The Press and Public Affairs
Reporters Views of Their Work
Norms Associated with Job Performance
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activity agency heads Anthony Dexter attention audience build support capitol corridors cials Cohen colleagues conflict consequently constituency cover coverage criticize decision makers Democrats develop discussion elected emphasize Eric Sevareid evaluation executive officials explained favorable frequently Gieber goals governor governor's office groups of officials impact important interaction interest group interview issue James McCartney Journalism Quarterly large number lative lawmakers legislative leaders legislature less lobbyist Madison Capital matter meetings ment messages neutral information newsmen newspapers offi officeholders official's opinion papers party leaders performance personal publicity Pierre Salinger policy interests policy makers policy-making process political reporters porters press conferences press corps Press Gazette press releases press-government press-official relationship proposals public officials purpose reaction relations rely reporter's reporters believe Republicans responsibility role seek sources specific Stewart Alsop story choice talk tion transmit U.S. Senators usually Washington wire service Wisconsin Wisconsin State Journal