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In-text: (Brasted, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Brasted, M., 2005. Protest in the Media. Peace Review, 17(4), pp.383-388.
In-text: (Di Cicco, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Di Cicco, D., 2010. The Public Nuisance Paradigm: Changes in Mass Media Coverage of Political Protest since the 1960s. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 87(1), pp.135-153.
In-text: (Edgerly, Toft and Veden, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Edgerly, L., Toft, A. and Veden, M., 2011. Social Movements, Political Goals, and the May 1 Marches: Communicating Protest in Polysemous Media Environments. The International Journal of Press/Politics, 16(3), pp.314-334.
In-text: (McCarthy, McPhail and Smith, 1996)
Your Bibliography: McCarthy, J., McPhail, C. and Smith, J., 1996. Images of Protest: Dimensions of Selection Bias in Media Coverage of Washington Demonstrations, 1982 and 1991. American Sociological Review, 61(3), p.478.
In-text: (McCurdy, 2012)
Your Bibliography: McCurdy, P., 2012. Social Movements, Protest and Mainstream Media. Sociology Compass, 6(3), pp.244-255.
In-text: (Oliver and Maney, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Oliver, P. and Maney, G., 2000. Political Processes and Local Newspaper Coverage of Protest Events: From Selection Bias to Triadic Interactions. American Journal of Sociology, 106(2), pp.463-505.
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