the Asahi Shinbun, the Yomiuri Shinbun, and the Mainichi Shinbun (Readers' note: "Shinbun" is the Japanese word for "newspaper" or "newspaper company").
Matsuoka: The Asahi Shinbun reported Abe's efforts to protect Matsuoka in ["Abe protects Matsuoka"], the Yomiuri Shinbun described Abe in a negative light in ["Kato criticizes Abe"], and the Mainichi Shinbun focused on an emotive aspect in ["Abe bites his lip"].
the Democratic Party of Japan) in ["Minshuto runs Abe down"], and the Mainichi Shinbun focused on a characteristic person and organization in ["Koike Abe"] and ["Komeito (a political party) Abe"].
Abe's trip abroad: The Asahi Shinbun was again generally negative to Abe in ["Abe has the cause"], the Yomiuri Shinbun reported his religious views in ["Abe worships"], and the Mainichi Shinbun described Abe positively in ["Abe's approval rating high"].
in ["British newspapers report Abe's resignation], the Yomiuri Shinbun de scribed the event specifically in ["Abe steps down"], and the Mainichi Shinbun reported Abe-related events in North Korea in ["North Korea curses Abe"]
Analysis of 256 articles reporting the collision obtained from the Mainichi Shinbun newspaper internet site results in referential preferences for Ehime maru `the Ehime Maru' and gensen `nuclear submarine'.
This paper analyzes how the Mainichi Shinbun, a Japanese newspaper with national circulation, reported the Ehime Maru-Greeneville incident in the ensuing weeks.
Data consist of 256 newspaper articles reporting the collision between the Ehime Maru and the Greeneville available on-line on the Mainichi Shinbun site (http://www.
2) The Mainichi Shinbun learned this on the 22nd from sources.