Includes bibliographical references (p. 110-113) and indexes.
|Statement||William J. Gonzenbach.|
|Series||LEA"s communication series|
|LC Classifications||HV5825 .G623 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 117 p. :|
|Number of Pages||117|
|ISBN 10||0805816895, 0805816909|
|LC Control Number||95020856|
The Media, the President, and Public Opinion: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Drug Issue, A Longitudinal Analysis of the Drug Issue, Using a broadened conceptualization of agenda setting, this volume's objective is to examine the drug issue from mid to mid to determine how drug-related issues and events -- both real and fabricated -- and the primary agendas drove the. And what is the role of daily news reporting and elite opinion in shaping the public's perception of the president's performance? This book addresses these questions and many others surrounding the dynamics of fluctuating public support for the president of the United States. Although frequently left out of sophisticated treatments of the public presidency, the media are directly incorporated into this book's theoretical approach and analysis. The authors find that when the public expresses real concern about an issue, such as high unemployment, the president tends to .
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PDF | On Jan 1, , Maxwell E. McCombs published Setting the agenda: The mass media and public opinion | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. News journalists have followed every step of President Barack Obama and those who have served before him in an attempt to gauge the opinion of the American public on his administration. In the first months of a new administration, the news media try to outline a profile of the new president and usually work towards building him a positive image. The media pays close attention to any president’s actions, and the public is generally well informed and aware of the office and its current occupant. Perhaps this is why public opinion has an inconsistent effect on presidents’ decisions. The media, the president, and public opinion: a longitudinal analysis of the drug issue,