Mainichi Shimbun

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Mainichi Shimbun

 

(Daily Newspaper), one of the largest Japanese bourgeois newspapers, published by the Mainichi Shimbun concern in Tokyo (since 1872), Osaka (since 1882), Kitakyushu (since 1935), Nagoya (since 1935), and Sapporo (since 1959). Circulation of the morning and evening editions in 1974 was more than 7.6 million copies.

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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"]
The book's author, Yohei Mori, is a former royal correspondent for the Mainichi Shinbun newspaper.
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.
2) Kankeisuji ga nijuuninichi, Mainichi Shinbun ni akirakani shita.