First and Second Level Intermedia Agenda-Setting between International Newspapers and Twitter during the Coverage of the 266th Papal Election

@article{Bakan2018FirstAS,
  title={First and Second Level Intermedia Agenda-Setting between International Newspapers and Twitter during the Coverage of the 266th Papal Election},
  author={Uğur Bakan and Gizem Melek},
  journal={Akdeniz {\"U}niversitesi İletişim Fak{\"u}ltesi Dergisi},
  year={2018}
}
  • Uğur Bakan, Gizem Melek
  • Published 29 June 2018
  • Political Science
  • Akdeniz Üniversitesi İletişim Fakültesi Dergisi
This article’s main purpose is to understand whether the intermedia agenda-setting effect occurs between the online versions of international newspapers and Twitter during the Papal election in 2013. The researchers have tracked each available country’s trending topics on Twitter to understand the popularity of the subject in various countries. The researchers then followed each country available on Twitter at the time when the study was conducted, starting right after the announcement of the… 
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