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AGENDA SETTING OLD AND NEW PROBLEMS IN THE OLD AND NEW MEDIA


DOBEK-OSTROWSKA B. ŁÓDZKI B. WAYNE W.

wydawnictwo: WYD UN WROCŁAW , rok wydania 2012, wydanie I

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Agenda Setting Old and New problems in the Old and New Media


Editors’ introduction (Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska, Bartłomiej Łódzki, Wayne Wanta)

Chapter 1: The Internet as a tool in agenda setting research (Wayne Wanta)

Internet

First-level and second-level agenda setting

News reading patterns on the Internet

Methodological concerns

The Internet as media content

The Internet as public

The Internet as an intervening variable

Conclusion

Chapter 2: Refining agenda setting theory for 21st century media and communication research: Setting the new media research agenda (Amira Firdaus)

Introduction: The call for theory-building in agenda setting

Agenda setting theory and the underlying media environment

Studying salience-transfer in a user-driven media context

Recent literature on new media and journalism

Agenda setting in user-driven news contexts

Transferring “salience-transfer”: beyond the effects paradigm

Salience-transfer and “interpretive repertoires”

Salience-transfer of news narratives

New research methods

Conclusion

Chapter 3: Agenda setting and international news: Attributes and national images (Wayne Wanta)

The agenda setting tradition

The five branches of agenda setting

Links to international news research

Potential applications

Chapter 4: The individual as an active subject related to agenda setting (Sergün Kurtoglu)

Introduction

Literature review

Priming, framing, first-level and second-level agenda setting

What type of public agenda?

Which form of media agenda?

A suggestion regarding the relationship between the individuals and the media agenda on the basis of perceptive grouping

Let us further explain the aforementioned three variable wholes

Conclusion

Chapter 5: The media role on the public engagement into foreign policy (Milda Celiešiute)

Introduction

The media and public and foreign policy decision making: linking the communication chain

Testing the communication chain: the prerequisites for the media’s and public influence on Lithuanian foreign policy decisions

Public opinion sources used by foreign policy officials

Conclusions

Chapter 6: Politicking from the pulpit: 20th century popes as agenda setters (David P. Burns)

20th Century popes as agenda setters

The battle for relevance: framing politics in religious terms

Setting the agenda on life and labor: Pope Leo XIII’s Rerum Novarum

Priming the public: Pope John Paul II’s Laborem Exercems and Centesimus Annus

The popes and modern mass media: Pope Pius XII’s Miranda Prorsus, and Pope Paul VI’s Vatican Council II’s Inter Mirifica

Conclusion

Chapter 7: A comparative analysis of raising religious topics in Central and Western Europe (Imrich Gazda and Albert Kulla)

Introduction

Impact of new values on gatekeeping

Impacts of lines of editorship on gatekeeping

Impacts of preferences of authors on gatekeeping

Conclusion

Chapter 8: Methods of media coverage of famous people’s deaths at the turn of the 21st century (Radosław Aksamit)

Introduction

Entertainment agenda — celebrity agenda. Analysis of factors causing it to occur and to grow in strength

Other factors causing the issues of celebrities and celebrities’ deaths to gain strength in the media agenda

Second level of agenda setting process — attributes of issues

Forming the vision of death? Jackson back on top

The problem of the neglected agenda

Circle conception and the point of saturation in agenda setting

Other elements that make the correlation between agendas decreasing

The wheel is spinning faster

Chapter 9: Learning from the screen: American media content, perceived realism, and Polish viewers’ social perceptions (Maria A. Kopacz and Dana E. Mastro)

Introduction

Cultivation theory and international media effects

The present study

Method

Discussion

Chapter 10: The impact of social media on traditional media agenda setting theory — the case study of the Occupy Wall Street movement in the USA (Ilona Grzywińska and Jonathan Borden)

Introduction

Occupy Wall Street — overview of the case

Social media agenda building theory

Social media and agenda setting theory

The theory of the issue-attention cycle

Methodology

Discussion

Notes on contributors

Index


168 pages, Paperback

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