First-level and second-level intermedia agenda-setting among major news websites

  title={First-level and second-level intermedia agenda-setting among major news websites},
  author={Jeongsub Lim},
  journal={Asian Journal of Communication},
  pages={167 - 185}
  • Jeongsub Lim
  • Published 1 April 2011
  • Political Science
  • Asian Journal of Communication
This study investigates the extent to which major news websites influence one another's issue agendas and attribute agendas on main posting areas. To contribute to the generalization of intermedia agenda-setting effects to online media in other countries, this study chooses the South Korean major news websites, which are,, (major online newspapers) and online Yonhap News Agency. A cross-lagged panel design and partial correlations reveal that and Donga… 
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