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5 Matching Questions

  1. Issues public thought were important correlated to those with the most news coverage; media coverage does not reflect reality
  2. Cognitive psychology emerges as rival to behaviorism
  3. Media set agenda for concrete issues but not abstract issues
  4. Abstractness
  5. Greater need for orientation
  1. a Funkhouser study
  2. b 1950s
  3. c Yagade and Dozier
  4. d greater relevance + greater degree of uncertainty
  5. e degree to which an issue is difficult to conceptualize or be made sensible

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. Strong relationship between emphasis placed on campaign issues by the media and judgment of voters
  3. issues public does not experience directly
  4. tone of picture
  5. size and placement

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 issuepresident and agenda setting

          

  2. Media has some effect in shaping public's agendabuilds upon the idea that an agenda is an abstract notion and that many other things other than those issues could be on the list

          

  3. Cognitive attributesdetails of what is included in frame

          

  4. Intermedia agenda settingwhen elite media set the agenda for other media

          

  5. Obtrusive issuesissues public does not experience directly

          

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