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The American Journalist in the 21st Century : U.S. News People at the Dawn of a New Millennium
Contents: Preface. Basic Characteristics of U.S. Journalists. Education and Training. Journalists in the Workplace. Professionalism: Roles, Values, Ethics. Women Journalists. Minority Journalists.Expand
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The American Journalist in the 1990s
Contents: E.E. Dennis, Foreword: Background Check -- Why the Public Needs to Know More About News People. Preface. Basic Characteristics of U.S. Journalists. Education and Training. Job ConditionsExpand
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Thoughts on Agenda Setting, Framing, and Priming
This article discusses similarities and differences between “second-level” agenda setting and framing, and between priming and agenda setting. It presents data on the number of studies of agendaExpand
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The global journalist : news people around the world
This volume includes reports of systematic surveys of journalists in 21 countries. It takes a global perspective on the demographics, education, socialization, professionalization, and workingExpand
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Voter Learning in the 2004 Presidential Election: Did the Media Matter?
This study examines the relationships of exposure and attention to various news media, including the Internet, with information learned about the issue positions of candidates George Bush and JohnExpand
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The Global Journalist in the 21st Century
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The American Journalist in the Digital Age
This paper reports findings from a 2013 survey of 1080 US journalists and a 2014 survey of 1230 US citizens, focusing on their views of traditional journalism roles and the performance of journalismExpand
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Audience Need for Orientation and Media Effects
Using data from a political campaign study conducted in Syracuse, New York, this article tests Blumler's argument that audience motives should be considered in uses and gratifications studies whichExpand
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New Directions in Agenda-Setting Theory and Research
As agenda-setting theory moves toward its 50th anniversary, its productivity in the past and at present augurs a highly promising future. In this essay, the original theorists trace the developmentExpand
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Voter Learning and Interest in the 2000 Presidential Election: Did the Media Matter?
This study examines the relationships of exposure and attention to various news media, including the Internet, with information learned about the issue positions of candidates George Bush and AlExpand
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