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Weber Revisited: A Cross-National Analysis of Religiosity, Religious Culture, and Economic Attitudes
Weber's Protestant Ethic hypothesis holds that elements of theology gave Protestants a cultural affinity with the economic demands of early market capitalism, particularly compared with their Catholic neighbors, which led ...
Quoting Practices, Path Dependency and the Birth of Modern Journalism
Using Hallin's (1994) analysis of soundbites in network television news coverage as a model, we track the quoting practices of five American newspapers during the transition to modern news (1876-1916). We find that despite ...