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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Pseudoevents
  2. Public journalism
  3. Agenda-setting function
  4. Presentation
  5. Abstractness
  1. a kind of journalism that emphasizes serving the community better by identifying the important problems and issues and focusing on them
  2. b media's capability to raise the importance of an issue in public's mind through news coverage
  3. c degree to which an issue is difficult to conceptualize or be made sensible
  4. d size and placement
  5. e manufacturing of newsworthy events

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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
  2. issues public does not experience directly
  3. Strong relationship between emphasis placed on campaign issues by the media and judgment of voters
  4. Iyengar
  5. 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

5 True/False questions

  1. Cognitive attributesdetails of what is included in frame

          

  2. Early recognizersdegree to which an issue is difficult to conceptualize or be made sensible

          

  3. Issues public thought were important correlated to those with the most news coverage; media coverage does not reflect realityIyengar

          

  4. Relevance of information to individual, degree of uncertainty concerning subject of messagehow agenda setting works

          

  5. Topic of newsdegree to which an issue is difficult to conceptualize or be made sensible

          

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