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  1. Cognitive attributes
  2. Affective attributes
  3. Media has some effect in shaping public's agenda
  4. Relevance of information to individual, degree of uncertainty concerning subject of message
  5. Agenda building
  1. a details of what is included in frame
  2. b Charlotte study
  3. c collective process in which media, government and public influence one another in determining which issues are considered to be important
  4. d tone of picture
  5. e two factors on which need for orientation is based

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. four dimensions of framing
  2. people who recognize an issue early in the stages of its development
  3. an approach in psychology in which people are viewed as active seekers of knowledge who function in the world on the basis of this knowledge
  4. Funkhouser study
  5. builds upon the idea that an agenda is an abstract notion and that many other things other than those issues could be on the list

5 True/False Questions

  1. Press highlights activities, cover them with different amounts of coverage, activities must be framed, language affects perception, activities linked with symbols, process accelerated when important people address issuesteps of agenda building

          

  2. Unobtrusive issuesissues public experiences directly

          

  3. Media framingsecond level of agenda setting model

          

  4. President needs media to further highlight and explain issuespresident and agenda setting

          

  5. Chapel Hill studyStrong relationship between emphasis placed on campaign issues by the media and judgment of voters

          

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