Author(s): James S Ettema, Theodore L Glasser
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The research reported in this article was supported by the Gannett Foundation; the Institute for Modern Communication and the Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research, both of Northwestern University; and the Graduate School of the University of Minnesota.An examination of prize-winning journalistic exposés uncovers the narrative strategies by which the innocence of victims, and the blame for their plight, are established
This article was published in Journal of Communication 38: 8-26.
and referenced in Journal of Mass Communication & Journalism