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APPENDIX: CODING SHEET
- News Story / Letter
- Time Period
MENTIONING THE OTHER
- Reference to the other
- Evaluation of the other (None/Neutral, Negative, Positive)
GENERAL FRAMES OF DISCUSSION
- Public Safety
- Police Reaction
- Legal Issues
- City Reconstruction
MINORITY GROUP: KOREANS
- Relationship with others/society
- Characteristics of group
MINORITY GROUPS: BLACKS
- Relationship with others/society
- Characteristics of group