Minneapolis star and tribune; Newspapers--Political aspects
The management of the Minneapolis Star and Tribune, since World War II. has commissioned yearly studies of the newspapers' readers to learn how much attention was paid to the newspapers' content. An exploratory study was conducted of the data from the surveys made between 1950 and 1960 to measure the general levels of attention paid to news about politics, and to examine the variation of attention over time. Readers' preferences among several kinds of political news content were also noted.
Hathaway, W. L.
Readership of News about Politics in the Minneapolis Star and Tribune, 1950-1960.
Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, Vol. 32 No.2, 124-129.
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