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TitleOpinion polls and the media : Reflecting and shaping public opinion
Author edited by Christina Holtz-Bacha and Jesper Stromback
Imprint New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012
Descript xv, 291 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

CONTENT

Machine generated contents note: -- 1. The Media and Their Use of Opinion Polls: Reflecting and Shaping Public Opinion / Jesper Strèombèack -- PART I: THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES -- 2. Public Opinion and Opinion Polling: Contradictions and Controversies / Slavko Splichal -- 3. Regulation of Opinion Polls: A Comparative Perspective / Thomas Petersen -- 4. Methodological Trends and Controversies in the Media's Use of Opinion Polls / Michael Traugott -- PART II: THE MEDIA'S PUBLICATION OF OPINION POLLS -- 5. Opinion Polls and the Media in Germany: A Productive but Critical Relationship / Christina Holtz-Bacha -- 6. Opinion Polls and the Media in the United States / Kathleen A. Frankovic -- 7. Opinion Polls and the Media in Brazil / Flâavia Biroli, Luis Felipe Miguel and Fernanda Ferreira Mota -- 8. Opinion Polls and the Media in Australia / Stephen Mills and Rodney Tiffen -- 9. Opinion Polls and the Media in South Africa / Robert Mattes -- 10. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Public Opinion Polling in Taiwan / Lars Willnat, Ven-hwei Lo & Annette Aw -- PART III: EFFECTS AND CONSEQUENCES OF PUBLISHED OPINION POLLS -- 11. Attitudinal and Behavioral Consequences of Published Opinion Polls / Patricia Moy & Eike Mark Rinke -- 12. Published Opinion Polls, Strategic Party Behavior, and News Management / Jesper Strèombèack -- 13. Polls, Media and the Political System / Christina Holtz-Bacha -- Index


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