With journalism credibility at its lowest ebb, more newspapers are taking time to correct mistakes and apologize for errors. This book takes a look at newspaper corrections through guilt-redemption, purification and image restoration strategies. This book looks at two types of redemptive rhetoric and image-restoration strategies: front-page apologies and daily corrections from newspapers. The front-page apologies are from The News Examiner and the Cincinnati Enquirer. The daily corrections are from The New York Times and the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.