By Anna Mantzaris
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8 The argument will proceed as follows. On the surface, the pattern of change in television content seems consistent with the thesis of an increasingly oppositional news media. The data suggest a substantial shift from onesidedly favorable coverage of US policy in the early years—before the 1968 Tet offensive—to more critical coverage after Tet. This change, moreover, cannot be dismissed as a mere reflection of the actual course of events. In some cases the increase in negative content clearly has no relation to We keep America on top of the world 38 changes actually taking place in Vietnam.
METHODOLOGY This study addresses the relatively neglected questions of shifts in news content over time and the functioning of the media as political institutions. On the basis of a content analysis of television coverage of the war in Vietnam, it offers a critique of the thesis that the American news media shifted toward an oppositional stance during the Vietnam period, and a reinterpretation of their changing relation to political authority. Vietnam and television are both obvious choices for a case study of this sort.
But theirs was not primarily a study of news content, and Miller, Erbring, and Goldenberg are limited in the conclusions they can draw about the political messages to which the American public is generally exposed. Most important, that analysis was confined to a relatively brief and unusual period of time, the denouement of the Watergate affair in the middle of 1974. It thus contains no information about changes in news content over time, which is clearly important for assessing claims about the role of the media in a secular decline of public confidence.
1001 Things You Didn't Know You Wanted to Know by Anna Mantzaris