By Mark J. Rozell
Media strength, Media Politics examines the position and impact of the media in each sphere of yankee politics. equipped thematically, the publication analyzes the connection among the media and key associations, political actors, and nongovernmental entities, in addition to the function of the hot media, media ethics, and overseas coverage assurance.
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25 26 Mark J. Rozell Members of Congress bear some responsibility for the negative image of the institution. Members are very astute at protecting their own political interests by attacking the institution in which they serve. Is it at all surprising that the public often holds Congress in low esteem when the members themselves bad-mouth the institution? Scholars have long noted the phenomenon that people make differential judgments between their own member of Congress, on the one hand, and members of Congress as a group, on the other.
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Why does Congress have such difficulty competing with the president for media and public attention? 4. How important is accurate, high-quality coverage of the legislative process to Congress’s ability to function as a representative institution? 40 Mark J. Rozell 5. What are the leading causes of critical news coverage and press commentary about Congress? 6. What, if anything, can Congress do to combat its prevailing press image? , Behind the Front Page: A Candid Look at How the News Is Made (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1987).