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    • Anatomy of a Secret 

      Greenway, H.D.S. (Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, 2012-06)
      When the Bush administration came into office, it was generally considered that domestic spying was off limits for the CIA and the National Security Agency (NSA), the ultra-secret agency tasked with electronic eavesdropping. ...
    • The Critical Appraisal of Scientific Inquiries with Policy Implications 

      Clark, William; Majone, Giandomenico (SAGE Publications, 1985-07)
    • Does Rape Culture Predict Rape? Evidence From U.S. Newspapers, 2000–2013 

      Cohen, Dara; Zhukov, Yuri M.; Baum, Matthew (Now Publishers, 2018-08-30)
      We offer the first quantitative analysis of rape culture in the United States. Observers have long worried that biased news coverage of rape - which blames victims, empathizes with perpetrators, implies consent, and questions ...
    • The European 2030 climate and energy package: do domestic strategy adaptations precede EU policy change? 

      Ollier, Lana; Metz, Florence; Nunez-Jimenez, Alejandro; Späth, Leonhard; Lilliestam, Johan (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2022)
      The European Union’s 2030 climate and energy package introduced fundamental changes compared to its 2020 predecessor. These changes included a stronger focus on the internal market and an increased emphasis on technology-neutral ...
    • Islamic Culture and Democracy: Testing the 'Clash of Civilizations' Thesis 

      Norris, Pippa; Inglehart, Ronald (Brill, 2002-12-01)
      In seeking to understand the root causes of the events of 9/11 many accounts have turned to Samuel P; Huntington's provocative and controversial thesis of a 'clash of civilizations', arousing strong debate. Evidence from ...
    • The Next War: Live? 

      Dunsmore, Barrie (Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, 1996-03)
      Dunsmore is of the view that “live” reporting in war, not in peacekeeping, is so controversial, potentially so damaging to the national interest, that any administration would be driven to impose severe limitations on such ...
    • Passive Political Legitimacy: How the Chinese Online Sphere Went from Challenging to Supporting the State within the Past Decade 

      Zhang, Yinxian (University of Chicago Press, 2022)
      The Chinese government’s rhetoric and policies have become increasingly assertive in recent years, leading some observers abroad to see China as a threat to democracy and the international order. However, less attention ...
    • The Role of Georgia’s Media—and Western Aid—in the Rose Revolution 

      Anable, David (Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, 2006)
      This study examines the role of the Georgian media in the country’s Rose Revolution and the impact that Western media development aid played in enabling this to occur. It also looks at what has happened to the country’s ...
    • Talking Tough: Gender and Reported Speech in Campaign News Coverage 

      Gidengil, Elisabeth (Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, 2000)
      Reported speech represents an important means of analyzing how party leaders’ messages are mediated by the masculine norms of political reporting. Building on the notion of “gendered mediation”, we argue that conventional ...
    • Terrorist Nuclear Weapon Construction: How Difficult? 

      Wier, Anthony; Bunn, Matthew G. (SAGE Publications, 2006-09)
      <jats:p> The likelihood of a nuclear terrorist attack depends in part on the ability of terrorist groups to acquire, construct, and detonate a nuclear device. This article attempts to determine the difficulty of such an ...
    • When Does Putin’s Russia March Off to War? 

      Saradzhyan, Simon (Elsevier BV, 2022-01-01)
    • Whither the Civic Journalism Bandwagon? 

      Grimes, Charlotte (Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, 1999-02)
      Grimes’s examination not only gives us a compelling history of the rise of civic journalism that raises many questions about both its aims and its successes. It is indispensable for setting standards by which the civic ...