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5 Matching questions

  1. Pseudoevents
  2. 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
  3. Priming
  4. Agenda-setting function
  5. Chapel Hill study
  1. a steps of agenda building
  2. b media's capability to raise the importance of an issue in public's mind through news coverage
  3. c Strong relationship between emphasis placed on campaign issues by the media and judgment of voters
  4. d process in which the media attend to some issues and not others and thereby alter the standards by which people evaluate election candidates
  5. e manufacturing of newsworthy events

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. greater relevance + greater degree of uncertainty
  2. four dimensions of framing
  3. kind of journalism that emphasizes serving the community better by identifying the important problems and issues and focusing on them
  4. people who recognize an issue early in the stages of its development
  5. issues public does not experience directly

5 True/False questions

  1. Cognitive psychology and agenda settingcompatible

          

  2. Showed people rank issues of having a greater importance if media covers itIyengar

          

  3. President needs media to further highlight and explain issuesYagade and Dozier

          

  4. Cognitive psychology emerges as rival to behaviorismcompatible

          

  5. Agenda buildingcollective process in which media, government and public influence one another in determining which issues are considered to be important