Public Opinion Quarterly

@inproceedings{KwakPublicOQ,
  title={Public Opinion Quarterly},
  author={Nojin Kwak}
}

The contribution of media consumption to civic participation.

Findings provided little support for the media malaise thesis, and instead were interpreted as providing qualifiedSupport for the cognitive/motivational theory of news as a means of engaging the public.

HOW THE MEDIA FRAME POLITICAL CORRUPTION: EPISODIC AND THEMATIC FRAME STORIES FOUND IN ILLINOIS NEWSPAPERS

Across the country increasing attention has been paid to political corruption, which means the abuse of public office for private gain (Blake & Martin, 2006). Incidents of political corruption have

PROPAGANDA THE IDEOLOGY IN ACTION

During their brief history, all political ideologies have been escorted by Propaganda and, hence, the Grand Public perceived them as mere symbolic products spread out of a propagandist kernel.

Towards the understanding of popular poverty explanations

Introduction Investigation of popular perceptions of poverty is not generally considered a worthwhile academic pursuit. Studies of public opinion about the poor in general, and the causes of poverty

Fuelling the Flames: Rumour and Politics in Kibera

Abstract Kenya's post-election crisis was partly fuelled by the seemingly innocuous, but insidious, power of rumour. In the 2007 election campaign, rumours fostering suspicion and mistrust were

Against dullness: on what it means to be interesting in communication research

  • M. Goyanes
  • Business
    Information, Communication & Society
  • 2018
ABSTRACT This research-based essay presents evidence concerning the leading dimensions that make an empirical communication research article interesting. Based on a survey to editorial boards (EBs)

The Seers of Menlo Park

This article considers the emergence of the postmodern reflexive consumer through an archival case study of one particularly influential lifestyle magazine, the Whole Earth Catalog. This publication

More Tweets, More Votes: Social Media as a Quantitative Indicator of Political Behavior

There is a statistically significant association between tweets that mention a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives and his or her subsequent electoral performance, and this finding persists even when controlling for incumbency, district partisanship, media coverage of the race, time, and demographic variables such as the district's racial and gender composition.

How Source Cues Shape Evaluations of Group-Based Derogatory Political Messages

Theories of social norms suggest that, except for prejudiced people, individuals should reject racially derogatory speech. The increase of derogation in politics, including by in-group members,

On the 'Pre-History of The Panoptic Sort': Mobility in Market Research.

This article reviews the history of market research to argue that that discipline has seen a paradigm shift during the second half of the 20th century. Originally market research developed as an
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