AGENDA SETTING BIBLIOGRAPHY
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Abbe, O., Goodliffe, J., Hernson, P., & Patterson, K. (2003). Agenda setting in congressional elections: The impact of issues and campaigns on voting behavior. Political Research Quarterly, 56, ,
Baer, D. (1995). Contemporary strategy and agenda setting. In J. A. Thurber & C. J. Nelson (Eds.), Campaigns and elections American style (pp. 47-61). Boulder, CO: Westview.
Behr, R., & Iyengar, S. (1985). Television news, real-world cues and changes in the public agenda. Public Opinion Quarterly, 58, 479-508.
Bosso, C. J. (1989). Setting the agenda: Mass media and the discovery of famine in Ethiopia. In M. Margolis & G. A. Mauser (Eds), Manipulating public opinion: Essays on public opinion as a dependent variable (pp. 153-174). Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole.
Brosius, H., & Hans Kepplinger, M. (1992). Linear and nonlinear models of agenda-setting in television. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 36, 5-23.
Brosius, H., & Hans Kepplinger, M. (1992). Beyond agenda-setting: the influence of partisanship and television reporting on the electorate's voting intentions.Journalism Quarterly, 69, 893-901.
Bryan, K. (1997). Political communication and agenda setting in low-involvement races. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Texas, Austin.
Christopher, P. (1994). Agenda setting problem definition, and policy studies. Political Studies Journal, 49,
Cohen, J. E. (1995). Presidential rhetoric and the public agenda. American Journal of Political Science, 39, 87-107.
Cook, F. L., Tyler, T. R., Goetz, Gordon, M. T., Protess, D., Leff, D. R., & Molotch, H. L. (1983). Media and agenda setting: Effects on the public, interest group leaders, policy makers, and policy. Public Opinion Quarterly, 47, 16-35.
Dalton, R. J., Beck, P. A., & Huckfeldt, R. (1998). Partisan cues and the media: Information flows in the 1992 presidential election. American Political Science review, 92, 111-126.
Dalton, R. J., Beck, P. A., Huckfeldt, R., & Koetzle, W. (1998). A test of media-centered agenda settings: Newspaper content and public interests in a presidential election. Political Communication, 15, 463-481.
Davis, D. K. (1990). News and politics. In D. L. Swanson & D. Nimmo (Eds.), New directions in political communication: A resource book (pp. 147-184). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Dempsey, G. R., Page, B. I., & Shapiro, R. Y. (1987). What moves public opinion? American Political Science Review, , I23-43.
Duscha, J. (1991). Print-setting the agenda: Many drastic changes are needed if newspapers are going to affect the campaign. Nieman Reports, 45, 3-8.
Entman, R. M., & Paletz, F. L. (1980). Media and the conservative myth. Journal of Communication, 30, 154-165.
Erbring, Lutz, & Godenberg, E. N. (1980). Front-Page news and real-world cues: A new look at agenda-setting by the media. American Journal of Political Science, 24, 16-49.
Ghorpade, S. (1986). Agenda setting: A test of advertising's neglected function. Journal of Advertising Research, 26, 23 27.
Golan, G., & Wanta, W. (2001). Second-level aganda-setting in the New Hampshire primary: A comparisoin of coverage in three newspapers and public perceptions of candidates. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarter.y, 78, 247-259.
Hanson, G. J., & Benoit, W. L. (2001). The role of significant policy issues in the 2000 presidential primaries. American Behavioral Scientist, 44, 2082-2100.
Herrnson, P. S., & Patterson, K. D. (2000). Agenda setting and campaign advertising in congressional elections. In J. A. Thurber, C. J. Nelson, & D. A. Dulio, (Eds.) Crowded airwaves: Campaign advertising in elections (pp. 96-112). Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press.
Hester, B., & Gibson. R. (2003). the economy and second-level agenda setting: A time-series analysis of economic news and public opinion about the economy. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 80, .
Holbrook, R. A., & Hill, T. G. (2005). Agenda-setting and priming in prime time television: Crime dramas as political cues. Political Communication, 22, 277-295.
Horvit, B., Schiffer, A. J., & Wright, M. (2008). The limits of presidential agenda setting: Predicting newspaper coverage of the weekly radio address. International Journal of Press/Politics, 13, 8-28.
Iyengar, S. (1991). Is anyone responsible?: How television frames political issues. Chicago: Univ of Chicago Press.
Iyengar, S. (1979). Television news and issue salience: A reexamination of the agenda-setting hypothesis. American Politics Quarterly, 4, 395-416.
Johnson, T. J., Wanta, W., Byrd, J. T., & Lee, C. (1995). Exploring FDRís relationship with the press: A historical agenda-setting study. Political Communication, 12, 157-172.
Kim, S-H, Scheufele, D. A., & Shanahan, J.(2002). Think about it this way: Attribute agenda-setting function of the press and the public's evaluation of a local issue. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 79, 7-25.
Kiousis, S., Bantimaroudis, P., & Ban, H. (1999). Candidate Image Attributes: experiments on the substantive dimension of second-level agenda setting. Communication Research, 26, 414-428.
Kiousis, S., McDevitt, M., & Wu, X (2005). The genesis of civic awareness: Agenda setting in political socialization, Journal of Communication, 55, 756-774.
Mackuen, M. B. (1984). Exposure to information, belief integration, and individual responsiveness to agenda change. American Political Science Review, 78, 372-391.
McCombs, M. (1997). Building consensus: The news mediaís agenda-setting roles. Political Communication, 14, 433-443.
McCombs, M. (1981). The agenda setting approach. In D. Nimmo & K. Sanders (Eds.), Handbook of Political Communication. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.
McCombs, M., Einsiedel, E, & Weaver, D. (1991). Contemporary public opinion: Issues and the news. Hillsdale, NJ: Earlbaum.
McCombs, M. & Estrada, G. (1997). The news media and the pictures in our heads. In S. Iyengar & R. Reeves (Eds.) Do the media govern? Politicians, voters, and reporters in America (pp. 237-247). Thousand Oak, CA: Sage.
McCombs, M. E., & Evatt, D. (1995). Issues and attributes: Exploring a new dimension in agenda setting. Communicacion y Sociedad, 8, 7-32.
McCombs, M., & Gilbert, S. (1986). News influence on our pictures of the world. In J. Bryant & D. Zillman (Eds.), Perspectives on media effects (pp. 1-15). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
McCombs, M., Llamas, J. P., Lopez-Escobar, E., & Rey, F. (1997). Candidate images in Spanish elections: Second-level agenda-setting effects. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 74, 703-717.
McCombs, M., & Shaw, D. (1977). The agenda-setting function of the press. In D. Shaw and M. McCombs (Eds.), The emergence of American political issues: The agenda-setting function of the press (pp. 89-105). St. Paul, MN: West Publishing.
McCombs, M., & Shaw, D. L. (1972). The agenda-setting function of mass media. Public Opinion Quarterly, 36, 176-187.
McCombs, M. E., & Shaw, D. L. (1993). The evolution of agenda setting research: Twenty-five years in the marketplace of ideas. Journal of Communication, 43, 58-67.
McCombs, M., Shaw, D. L., & Weaver, D. (1997). Communication and democracy: Exploring the intellectual frontiers in agenda-setting theory. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
McLeod, J. M. Becker, L. B., & Byrnes, J. E. (1974). Another look at the agenda-setting function of the press. Communication Research, 1, 131-165.
Miller, J. M. (2007). Examining the mediators of agenda setting: A new experimental paradigm reveals the role of emotions. Political Psychology, 28, 689–717.
Miller, J. M., & Krosnick, J. A. (1997). Anatomy of news media priming. In S. Iyengar & R. Reeves (Eds.) Do the media govern? Politicians, voters, and reporters in America (pp. 258-275). Thousand Oak, CA: Sage.
Mim, Y. (2004) Media agenda-setting and its electoral consequences: A study of political advertising, the news media, and the public in the 2002 primary election for texas governor. Dissertation Abstracts International, A: the Humanities and Social Science, 64, 4609-A.
Peake, J. (2001). Presidential agenda setting in foreign policy. Political Research Quarterly, 54, .
Peake, J. S.; & Eshbaugh-Soha, M. (2008). The agenda-setting impact of major presidential TV addresses. Political Communication, 25, 113-137.
Protess, D., & McCombs, M. (Eds.) (1991). Agenda setting: Readings on media, public opinion, and policymaking. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Earlbaum.
Qualter, T. H. (1989). The role of the mass media in limiting the public agenda. In M. Margolis & G. A. Mauser (Eds), Manipulating public opinion: Essays on public opinion as a dependent variable (pp. 139-152). Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole.
Roberts, M., & McCombs, M. (1994). Agenda setting and political advertising: Origins of the news agenda. Political Communication, 11, 249-262.
Rogers, E. M., & Dearing, J. W. (1988). Agenda-setting research: Where has it been? Where is it going? In J. A. Anderson (Ed.), Communication yearbook 11 (pp. 555-594). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Rogers, E. M., Hart, W. B., & Dearing, J. W. (1997). A paradigmatic history of agenda-setting research. In S. Iyengar & R. Reeves (Eds.) Do the media govern? Politicians, voters, and reporters in America (pp. 225-236). Thousand Oak, CA: Sage.
Schleuder, J., McCombs, M., & Wanta, W. (1991). Inside the agenda-setting process: How political advertising and TV news prime viewers to think about issues and candidates. In F. Biocca (Ed.), Television and political advertising: Vol. 1 (pp. 265-309). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Scheufele, D. A. (2000). Agenda-setting, priming, and framing revisited: Another look at cognitive effects of political communication. Mass Communication & Society, 3, 297-316.
Semetko, H. A., Blumler, J. G., Gurevitch, M., & Weaver, D. H. (1991). The formation of campaign agendas: A comparative analysis of party and media roles in recent American and British elections. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Earlbaum.
Shapiro, M. E., & Williams, W. (1986). Agenda-setting in the 1982 Illinois gubernatorial campaign: The editorial and campaign frames. Mass Comm Review, 13, 52-56.
Sides, J. (2007), The consequences of campaign agendas. American Politics Research, 35, 465-488.
Special emphasis: Agenda-Setting research--20 year birthday (1992). Journalism Quarterly, 69, 813-920. Several articles.
Soroka, S. N. (2003). Media, public opinion, and foreign policy. Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 8, 27-48.Tedesco, J. C. (2005). Issue and strategy agenda setting in the 2004 presidential election: Exploring the candidate–journalist relationship. Journalism Studies, 6, 187-201.
Tedesco, J. C. (2005). Intercandidate agenda setting in the 2004 Democratic presidential primary, American Behavioral Scientist, 49, 92-113.
Tedesco, J. C. (2005). Issue and strategy agenda setting in the 2004 presidential election: exploring the candidate-journalist relationship. Journalism Studies, 6, 187 - 201.
Tedesco, J. C. (2001). Issue and strategy agenda-setting in the 2000 presidential primaries. American Behavioral Scientist, 44, 2048-2067.
Tidmarch, C. M., Hyman, L. J., & Sorkin, J. E. (1984). Press issue agendas in the 1982 congressional and gubernatorial election campaigns. Journal of Politics, 46, 1226-1242.
Tipton, I., Haney, R. D., & Baseheart, J. R. (1975). Media agenda-setting in city and state election campaigns. Journalism Quarterly, 52, 15-22.
Travis N. Ridout, T. N., & Mellen, R. Jr. (2007). Does the media agenda reflect the candidates'agenda? Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 12, 44-62.
Tsfati, Y. (2003). Does audience skepticism of the media matter in agenda setting? Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 47, 157-176.
Wanta, W. (1997). The public and the national agenda: How people learn about important issues. Mahwah, NJ: Earlbaum.
Wanta, W., & Foote, J. (1994). The president-news media relationship: A time series analysis of agenda-setting. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 38, 437-448.
Wanta, W, & Hu, Y. (1994). The effects of credibility, reliance, and exposure on media agenda-setting: A path analysis model. Journalism Quarterly, 71, 90-98.
Wanta, W., Stephenson, M. A., Van Slyke Turk, J., & McCombs, M. E. (1989). How presidentís State of the Union talk influence news media agendas. Journalism Quarterly, 66, 537-541.
Weaver, D. (1994). Media agenda setting and elections: Voter involvement or alienation? Political Communication, 11, 347-356.
Weaver, D. H., Graber, D. A., McCombs, M. E., & Eyal, C. H. (1981). Media agenda-setting in a presidential election: Issues, images and interest. New York: Praeger.
Weaver, D. H., McCombs, M., & Shaw, D. L. (2004). Agenda-setting research: Issues, attributes, and influences. In L. L. Kaid (Ed.), Handbook of political communication research (pp. 257-282). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publisher.
Williams, W., Shapiro, M., & Cutbirth, C. (1983). The impact of campaign agendas in perceptions of issues in the 1980 campaign. Journalism Quarterly, 60, 226-231.
Williams, W., Shapiro, M., & Cutbirth, C. (1985). Agenda setting research in the 1984 presidential campaign: The effects of the media on issues and image. Paper presented at the meeting of the Speech Communication Association. Denver, Colorado.
Winter, J. P., & Eyal, C. H. (1981). Agenda-setting for the civil rights issue. Public Opinion Quarterly, 45, 376-383.
J., & Stone, G. (2003). The powerful role of interpersonal communication
on agenda setting. Mass Communication and Society, 6, 57-74.
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