Framing The Food Fights: How Mass Media Matter For Public Interest Litigation
Conference Papers -- Western Political Science Association
Politics and Government
Reports on a preliminary research regarding the role of mass media in shaping the politics of a consumer litigation challenging the marketing of unhealthy fast food to increasingly obese citizens in the U.S. Summary of the litigation campaign by consumer activists against corporations involved in fast food; Mass media representations of civil litigation against corporations; Findings on news coverage of litigation against unhealthy food.
Haltom, William, and Michael McCann. 2004. "Framing the Food Fights: How Mass Media Matter for Public Interest Litigation." Conference Papers -- Western Political Science Association: 1-31.
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