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5 Matching questions

  1. Chapel Hill study
  2. Intermedia agenda setting
  3. Relevance of information to individual, degree of uncertainty concerning subject of message
  4. Pseudoevents
  5. Cognitive psychology and agenda setting
  1. a compatible
  2. b two factors on which need for orientation is based
  3. c Strong relationship between emphasis placed on campaign issues by the media and judgment of voters
  4. d when elite media set the agenda for other media
  5. e manufacturing of newsworthy events

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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
  2. what is included in frame
  3. Charlotte study
  4. Yagade and Dozier
  5. steps of agenda building

5 True/False questions

  1. Greater need for orientationmotivation to seek information

          

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

          

  3. Priminglist of items in the order of importance, with most important at the top

          

  4. Public journalismkind of journalism that emphasizes serving the community better by identifying the important problems and issues and focusing on them

          

  5. Topic of news, presentation, cognitive attributes, affective attributesYagade and Dozier