The Resource Media power in politics, Doris A. Graber, editor

Media power in politics, Doris A. Graber, editor

Label
Media power in politics
Title
Media power in politics
Statement of responsibility
Doris A. Graber, editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
302.2/34
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
HN90.M3
LC item number
M43 1984
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1923-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Graber, Doris A.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Mass media
  • Mass media
  • Médias
  • Médias
  • Gesellschaft
  • Massenmedien
  • Politik
  • Staat
  • USA
Label
Media power in politics, Doris A. Graber, editor
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Shanto Iyengar, Mark D. Peters, Donald R. Kinder
  • Section two. Shaping the political agenda
  • The agenda-setting function of the press
  • Maxwell E. McCombs and Donald L. Shaw
  • Newspapers
  • Walter Lippmann
  • Accepting the system
  • David L. Paletz and Robert M. Entman
  • Communication and community conflict
  • Philip J. Tichenor, George A. Donohue, Clarice N. Olien
  • Section one. Mass media effects : from the past to the future
  • Business coverage in network newscasts
  • Joseph R. Dominick
  • Media and business elites : two classes in conflict?
  • Stanley Rothman and S. Robert Lichter
  • Charting the mainstream: television's contributions to political orientations
  • George Gerbner ... [et al.]
  • Can democracy survive television?
  • Jarol B. Manheim
  • Section three. Influencing election outcomes
  • Views of winners and losers
  • The evolution of news content in the American press
  • Thomas E. Patterson
  • A man for all seasons : the mediated world of election campaigns
  • Dan Nimmio and James E. Combs
  • Campaign organizations confront the media-political environment
  • F. Christopher Arterion
  • On the bus
  • Timothy Crouse
  • A participant-observer study of TV campaign coverage
  • David H. Ostroff
  • Media power in presidential elections : an exploratory analysis, 1960-1980
  • Bernard Roshco
  • William C. Adams
  • Section four. Affecting political actors and the balance of power
  • President Reagan's news conference Jan. 14, 1983
  • The refracting lens
  • Michael Baruch Grossman and Martha Joynt Kumar
  • The media and Watergate
  • Gladys Engel Lang and Kurt Lang
  • Three faces of congressional media
  • Michael J. Robinson
  • The press and the committee system
  • The effectiveness of mass communication
  • Mary Russell
  • Prerequisites for access to the press
  • Edie Goldenberg
  • Making protest movements newsworthy
  • Todd Gitlin
  • Section five. Guiding public policies
  • Television and the urban crisis
  • Robert Muccigrosso
  • The press and NEPA : the case of the missing agenda
  • A. Clay Schoenfeld
  • Joseph T. Klapper
  • At Three Mile Island
  • Peter M. Sandman and Mary Paden
  • Reporters and Congressmen : living in symbiosis
  • Susan Heilmann Miller
  • Transnational terrorism and the Western elite press
  • Michael J. Kelly and Thomas H. Mitchell
  • Televising the Vietnam War
  • David Halberstam
  • Iran vs. U.S. TV news : the hostage story out of context
  • David Altheide
  • The influence and effects of mass media
  • Section six. Controlling media effects
  • The politics of broadcast regulation
  • Erwin G. Krasnow, Lawrence D. Longley, Herbert A. Terry
  • The Pentagon Papers case - U.S. Supreme Court
  • Crisis news management in the Kennedy years
  • William J. Small
  • Journalist meets propagandist
  • Ben H. Bagdikian
  • A growing controversy : the "free flow" of news among nations
  • John C. Merrill
  • Denis McQuail
  • Genesis of the free flow of information principles
  • Herbert I. Schiller
  • Experimental demonstrations of the "not-so-minimal" consequences of television news programs
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 348 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036703079
Label
Media power in politics, Doris A. Graber, editor
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Shanto Iyengar, Mark D. Peters, Donald R. Kinder
  • Section two. Shaping the political agenda
  • The agenda-setting function of the press
  • Maxwell E. McCombs and Donald L. Shaw
  • Newspapers
  • Walter Lippmann
  • Accepting the system
  • David L. Paletz and Robert M. Entman
  • Communication and community conflict
  • Philip J. Tichenor, George A. Donohue, Clarice N. Olien
  • Section one. Mass media effects : from the past to the future
  • Business coverage in network newscasts
  • Joseph R. Dominick
  • Media and business elites : two classes in conflict?
  • Stanley Rothman and S. Robert Lichter
  • Charting the mainstream: television's contributions to political orientations
  • George Gerbner ... [et al.]
  • Can democracy survive television?
  • Jarol B. Manheim
  • Section three. Influencing election outcomes
  • Views of winners and losers
  • The evolution of news content in the American press
  • Thomas E. Patterson
  • A man for all seasons : the mediated world of election campaigns
  • Dan Nimmio and James E. Combs
  • Campaign organizations confront the media-political environment
  • F. Christopher Arterion
  • On the bus
  • Timothy Crouse
  • A participant-observer study of TV campaign coverage
  • David H. Ostroff
  • Media power in presidential elections : an exploratory analysis, 1960-1980
  • Bernard Roshco
  • William C. Adams
  • Section four. Affecting political actors and the balance of power
  • President Reagan's news conference Jan. 14, 1983
  • The refracting lens
  • Michael Baruch Grossman and Martha Joynt Kumar
  • The media and Watergate
  • Gladys Engel Lang and Kurt Lang
  • Three faces of congressional media
  • Michael J. Robinson
  • The press and the committee system
  • The effectiveness of mass communication
  • Mary Russell
  • Prerequisites for access to the press
  • Edie Goldenberg
  • Making protest movements newsworthy
  • Todd Gitlin
  • Section five. Guiding public policies
  • Television and the urban crisis
  • Robert Muccigrosso
  • The press and NEPA : the case of the missing agenda
  • A. Clay Schoenfeld
  • Joseph T. Klapper
  • At Three Mile Island
  • Peter M. Sandman and Mary Paden
  • Reporters and Congressmen : living in symbiosis
  • Susan Heilmann Miller
  • Transnational terrorism and the Western elite press
  • Michael J. Kelly and Thomas H. Mitchell
  • Televising the Vietnam War
  • David Halberstam
  • Iran vs. U.S. TV news : the hostage story out of context
  • David Altheide
  • The influence and effects of mass media
  • Section six. Controlling media effects
  • The politics of broadcast regulation
  • Erwin G. Krasnow, Lawrence D. Longley, Herbert A. Terry
  • The Pentagon Papers case - U.S. Supreme Court
  • Crisis news management in the Kennedy years
  • William J. Small
  • Journalist meets propagandist
  • Ben H. Bagdikian
  • A growing controversy : the "free flow" of news among nations
  • John C. Merrill
  • Denis McQuail
  • Genesis of the free flow of information principles
  • Herbert I. Schiller
  • Experimental demonstrations of the "not-so-minimal" consequences of television news programs
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 348 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036703079

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