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Unformatted text preview: published in the New York Times, 135 of them dealt with an ethnic group or an issue associated with an ethnic group. Of the 135 stories that concentrated on ethnic groups, 79 of then were negative, 38 were positive, and 18 of them were neutral. I think that the general coverage was negative because of the same reason stated before. An illustration of a negative article from the New York Times that has to do with ethnic groups is titled New Japanese Immigration Controls Worry Foreigners. In the story it says Japan has tried hard in recent years to shake its image as an overly insular society and offer a warmer welcome to foreign investors and tourists. But the country is about to impose strict immigration controls that many fear could deter visitors and discourage businesses from locating here....
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- Spring '08