The New York Times' Narrative, Mapped OutChris Menahan
May. 22, 2019
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The New York Times' narrative becomes quite clear when you compile a chart showing how many articles they've written over the past decade containing various prejudice-related terms.
Blogger Audacious Epigone shared the above chart over the weekend.
The New York Times used to have a feature called "Chronicle," which mapped out what percentage of Times articles included specific words over the years, just as in the chart above.
It produced charts such as this:
The Times pulled the feature shortly after it was released.
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