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5 Matching questions

  1. Cognitive psychology
  2. Involves information processing by individual audience members
  3. Priming
  4. Cognitive attributes
  5. Issues public thought were important correlated to those with the most news coverage; media coverage does not reflect reality
  1. a process in which the media attend to some issues and not others and thereby alter the standards by which people evaluate election candidates
  2. b how agenda setting works
  3. c 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. d details of what is included in frame
  5. e Funkhouser study

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. president and agenda setting
  2. issues public experiences directly
  3. people who recognize an issue early in the stages of its development
  4. kind of journalism that emphasizes serving the community better by identifying the important problems and issues and focusing on them
  5. Yagade and Dozier

5 True/False questions

  1. Presentationsize and placement

          

  2. Agenda-setting functionmedia's capability to raise the importance of an issue in public's mind through news coverage

          

  3. Agenda settings may take place for unobtrusive issues but not for obtrusiveZucker

          

  4. Relevance of information to individual, degree of uncertainty concerning subject of messagetwo factors on which need for orientation is based

          

  5. Behaviorismprocess in which the media attend to some issues and not others and thereby alter the standards by which people evaluate election candidates

          

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