|Title||Catastrophic politics : How extraordinary events redefine perceptions of government|
|Author||Lonna Rae atkeson and Cherie D. Maestas|
|Imprint||Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012|
|Descript||xviii, 257p. : ill ; 24 cm|
Extraordinary events and public opinion. -- A theoretical framework for systematically examining extraordinary events. -- The media message environment and the emotional context of Hurricane Katrina. -- Affective attributions: assigning blame during extraordinary times. -- Federalism in a multiple-message environment: Are the appropriate leaders held accountable? -- Attributions of blame, political efficacy, and confidence in government. -- Attributions, emotions, and policy consequences. -- Extraordinary events and public opinion: some braoder perspectives.
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