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When it comes to public affairs, bad news is good and good news is bad. That is, political speeches and media pieces that describe a problem as big and getting worse tend to attract more attention, so more are produced.
When it comes to public affairs, bad news is good and good news is bad. That is, political speeches and media pieces that describe a problem as big and getting worse tend to attract more attention, so more are produced.
 
With the November elections just around the corner, late night television comedians are cranking up the political jokes. How far public opinion might swayed by the humor targeting politicians is the subject of a new book by East Carolina University political science professors Jody Baumgartner and J
With the November elections just around the corner, late night television comedians are cranking up the political jokes. How far public opinion might swayed by the humor targeting politicians is the subject of a new book by East Carolina University political science professors Jody Baumgartner and J
 
"Earlier today, George W. Bush said he has one goal for these debates. He wants to show the American people that he's presidentiamable." -David Letterman
"Earlier today, George W. Bush said he has one goal for these debates. He wants to show the American people that he's presidentiamable." -David Letterman
 
A government reform group is making another push for changes in the way North Carolina draws legislative maps as the...
A government reform group is making another push for changes in the way North Carolina draws legislative maps as the...
 
On July 1, sixteen new members will join the UNC Board of Governors. The newcomers are almost all Republicans, and thus might be expected to be conservative about expenses, but will they reform the system?
On July 1, sixteen new members will join the UNC Board of Governors. The newcomers are almost all Republicans, and thus might be expected to be conservative about expenses, but will they reform the system?
 
The traditional business model for public-affairs journalism continues to falter. Print newsrooms are shrinking. Broadcast newsrooms are, too, or at least replacing expensive, veteran news reporters with young newscasters.
The traditional business model for public-affairs journalism continues to falter. Print newsrooms are shrinking. Broadcast newsrooms are, too, or at least replacing expensive, veteran news reporters with young newscasters.
 
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