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TitleAgenda setting: readings on media, public opinion, and policymaking
Author edited by David L. Protess and Maxwell McCombs
Imprint Hilldsale, New Jersey : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, c1991
Edition 1st ed
Descript ix, 310 p.; 24 cm


Public opinion -- The agenda-setting function of mass media -- Up and down with ecology -- The issues of the sixties -- Another look at the agenda-setting function of the press -- The agenda-setting function of the mass media at three levels of information holding -- The news business, crime, and fear -- Newspaper coverage and public concern about community issues -- Experimental demonstrations of the not-so-minimal consequences of television news programs -- Agenda-setting for the civil rights issue -- Agenda-setting with local and national issues -- Daily newspaper contributions to community discussion -- Agenda-setting effects of print and television in West Germany -- Political issues and voter need for orientation -- Viewer characteristics and agenda-setting by television news -- The media as shadow government -- Making an issue of child abuse -- The impact of investigative reporting on public opinion and policymaking -- Convergent and divergent voice models of the rise and fall of policy issues -- Public relations' influence on the news -- The state of the Union address and the press agenda -- Keeping the gates for gatekeepers: the effects of wire news -- Intermedia influence and the drug issue -- The impact of campaign agendas on perceptions of issues -- Beyond agenda-setting -- Watergate -- A crittique of two decades of agenda-setting research

Journalism -- Social Aspects -- United States Journalism -- Political Aspects -- United Staes Public Opinion -- United States Agenda Setting

Communication Arts Library070.4 A265 1991CHECK SHELVES

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