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5 Matching 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 issue
  2. Relevance of information to individual, degree of uncertainty concerning subject of message
  3. Involves information processing by individual audience members
  4. Agenda settings may take place for unobtrusive issues but not for obtrusive
  5. Abstractness
  1. a two factors on which need for orientation is based
  2. b Zucker
  3. c degree to which an issue is difficult to conceptualize or be made sensible
  4. d steps of agenda building
  5. e how agenda setting works

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. process in which the media attend to some issues and not others and thereby alter the standards by which people evaluate election candidates
  2. issues public experiences directly
  3. kind of journalism that emphasizes serving the community better by identifying the important problems and issues and focusing on them
  4. motivation to seek information
  5. when elite media set the agenda for other media

5 True/False questions

  1. Greater need for orientationmotivation to seek information


  2. Cognitive psychology emerges as rival to behaviorismcompatible


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


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


  5. Media set agenda for concrete issues but not abstract issuesYagade and Dozier