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The framing of politics as strategy and game: A review of concepts, operationalizations and key findings
A key concept in research on the media coverage of politics is the game or strategy frame. Contrasted with coverage of politics as issues, the framing of politics as a strategic game is marked byExpand
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The Effects of News Frames on Readers' Thoughts and Recall
This study investigated whether and how journalistic news frames affect readers' thoughts about and recall of two issues. A sample of 187 participants was randomly assigned to one of fourExpand
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Mapping EU attitudes: Conceptual and empirical dimensions of Euroscepticism and EU support
Public attitudes towards the European Union (EU) are at the heart of a growing body of research. The nature, structure and antecedents of these attitudes, however, are in need of conceptual andExpand
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Political communication in a high-choice media environment: a challenge for democracy?
ABSTRACT During the last decennia media environments and political communication systems have changed fundamentally. These changes have major ramifications for the political information environmentsExpand
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Projecting EU Referendums
This study tests competing hypotheses about public support for European integration and projects referendum voting behaviour. It emphasizes anti-immigration sentiments as a key variable forExpand
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The News Coverage of the 2004 European Parliamentary Election Campaign in 25 Countries
This article analyses the news coverage of the 2004 European parliamentary elections in all 25 member states of the European Union (EU). It provides a unique pan-European overview of the campaignExpand
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Should We Worry About Filter Bubbles?
Some fear that personalised communication can lead to information cocoons or filter bubbles. For instance, a personalised news website could give more prominence to conservative or liberal mediaExpand
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Teaching the Computer to Code Frames in News: Comparing Two Supervised Machine Learning Approaches to Frame Analysis
We explore the application of supervised machine learning (SML) to frame coding. Expand
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An experimental test of the impact of style and rhetoric on the perception of right-wing populist and mainstream party leaders
It has often been argued that the communication strategies used by right-wing populists are key to their appeal to voters. However, prior studies found only rather limited across-the-board effects ofExpand
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Different roles, different content? A four-country comparison of the role conceptions and reporting style of political journalists
The relation between journalistic role conceptions and news content is central for the understanding of differences in journalistic cultures. Previous research has shown that the professional rolesExpand
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