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SportsCenter: A Case Study of Media Framing U.S. Sport as the COVID-19 Epicenter

Travis R. Bell

H1N1 in 2009. Second, ECA is explained for its methodological benefit to this case study. Third, the framing of COVID-19 is organized with descriptive statistics and analyzed through the SportsCenter news format to both understand how the content was framed and offer interpretations as to why

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Sports Media as Empathy Facilitator: The Contrasting Influence of Paralympic and Olympic Content

Kim Bissell, Andrew C. Billings, and Bumsoo Park

results suggest positive attitude led to positive behavioral intent related to that group, suggesting that narrative news formats result in greater empathy and more favorable behavioral intent toward immigrants, prisoners, and the elderly. In a similar vein, Shin and Biocca ( 2018 ) examined the way

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Just Copy and Paste? Usage and Patterns of Social Media Sources in Online Articles on Sport

Inga Oelrichs

. ( 2018 ). Seven characteristics defining online news formats . Digital Journalism, 6 ( 7 ), 847 – 868 . 10.1080/21670811.2018.1468722 van Hout , T. , & van Leuven , S. ( 2017 ). Investigating “churnalism” in real-time news . In B. Franklin & S

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Reading, Watching, and Tweeting About Sports: An Analysis of Sport-News Retention

Joseph H. Moore

-designed study. A 4 (news format with one control group) × 1 (assessment test) design was used because it was determined to be the most practical and would yield the most accurate results. To ensure internal validity, participants were separated on instruction (so they would not observe sporting news in another