- Butler CainAffiliated withUniversity of AlabamaWest Texas A&M University
- , Kristina DrumhellerAffiliated withWest Texas A&M UniversityUniversity of Missouri-Columbia
After North Korea conducted its third nuclear test despite sanctions to deter its nuclear program, U.S. and Korean newspapers reported in different and surprising ways. Although both featured a negative tone, the Korean newspapers focused on community concerns and defense while U.S. papers focused on world leaders.
KeywordsKorea United States nuclear agenda setting tone journalism newspaper
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GSTF Journal on Media & Communications (JMC)
- Online Date
- August 2015
- Online ISSN
- Global Science and Technology Forum
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- United States
- agenda setting