Media And Politics, Public Opinion

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Media And Politics, Public Opinion:


1.         AGENDA SETTING AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS: MEDIA INFLUENCE ON PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS OF FOREIGN NATIONS


2.         Blogs of war Weblogs as news


3.         COMPARING CHECK-ALL AND FORCED-CHOICE QUESTION FORMATS IN WEB SURVEYS


4.         Conflict and Consonance in Media Opinion: Political Positions of Five German Quality Newspapers


5.         Deriving Accurate Poll Predictions from Disparate Voters: Design and Management Learnings from New Zealand


6.         DO ‘THEY’ FRAME IT DIFFERENTLY?: Examining the Coverage of the U.S./Al Qaeda Conflict in the English-and Arabic-Language Al-Jazeera Websites





11.         HYPE VERSUS SUBSTANCE IN NETWORK TELEVISION COVERAGE OF PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGNS


12.         Learning Freedom of Expression: Perspectives on the Role of the Media in the New South Africa


13.         Local Media, Public Opinion, and State Government Policy: Second-Level Agenda Setting and Political Bias


14.         MEASURING ISSUE AND IMAGE IN POLITICAL ADVERTISING: AN INFORMATIONAL/TRANSFORMATIONAL APPROACH


15.         Media and War: Now Even “Embedding ” of Journalists


16.         News Coverage of Negative Political Campaigns: An Experiment of Negative Campaign Effects on Turnout and Candidate Preference


17.         ORGANIZATIONAL DETERMINANTS OF INTERNATIONAL NEWS COVERAGE IN KOREAN NEWSPAPERS


18.         Out of the Gate, Onto the Front Page: Coverage of Presidential Candidates, 2000 to 2004


19.         Patterns of failure: A functional analysis of television spots of unsuccessful U.S. presidential candidates (1952-2004)


20.      Political advertising: why is it so boring?


21.      Political Efficacy and Campaign News Attention as Catalysts of Discursive Democracy: The Case of the 2004 U.S. Presidential Election


22.      Political Victims and Media Focus: The Killings of Laurent Kabila, Zoran Djindjic, Anna Lindh and Pim Fortuyn


23.      Red Tops, Populists and the Irresistible Rise of the Public Voice(s)


24.      Review Article: Political Communication in Transition: Conceptualizing Change and Understanding its Consequences


25.      The battle for Seattle: protest and popular geopolitics in The Australian newspaper


26.      THE EFFECTS OF ISSUE ADVOCACY ADVERTISING ON VOTERS’ CANDIDATE ISSUE KNOWLEDGE AND TURNOUT


27.      The Influence of Presumed Media Influence on Democratic Legitimacy: The Case of Gaza Settlers


28.      The Media War on Terrorism


29.      The Political World in Storage: How Communication Influences Political Knowledge Structure


30.      The Power of Political Advertising Advocacy: A Case-Study of 2006 Missouri Election Stem-Cell Celebrity Endorsements


31.      The Public Sphere, the Arab “Street” and the Middle East’s Democracy Deficit


32.      The Role of Entertainment Television and Its Interactions with Individual Values in Explaining Political Participation


33.      The West Wing as Endorsement of the U.S. Presidency: Expanding the Bounds of Priming in Political Communication


34.      Theory, Boundaries and Political Communication


35.      VOTER LEARNING IN THE 2004 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: DID THE MEDIA MATTER?


36.      What It Means to Be Shiite in Lebanon: Al Manar and the Imagined Community of Resistance


 

 

To Be Continued

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