Front-Page News and Real-World Cues: A New Look at Agenda-Setting by the Media

@article{Erbring1980FrontPageNA,
  title={Front-Page News and Real-World Cues: A New Look at Agenda-Setting by the Media},
  author={L. Erbring and Edie N. Goldenberg and A. H. Miller},
  journal={American Journal of Political Science},
  year={1980},
  volume={24},
  pages={16}
}
Research on the agenda-setting role of the news media has often been guided by a rather narrow conception of how media content affects members of the public. In particular, reliance on a "mirror-image" model of media effects, and a focus on "the agenda" as an overall ranking of issues, has not shed much light on the processes linking public issue salience to varying media attention. This study introduces an "audience-effects" model which treats issue-specific audience sensitivities as… Expand
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