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by Stuart Soroka

eBook Agenda-Setting Dynamics in Canada download ISBN: 0774809590
Author: Stuart Soroka
Publisher: UBC Press (June 1, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 168
ePub: 1447 kb
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Politics and Government

Agenda-Setting Dynamics in Canada offers one of the first empirical analyses of the interaction of the media, the public, and policymakers in Canada and, more generally, makes an important contribution to the study of political communications and policymaking well beyond th. .

Agenda-Setting Dynamics in Canada offers one of the first empirical analyses of the interaction of the media, the public, and policymakers in Canada and, more generally, makes an important contribution to the study of political communications and policymaking well beyond the Canadian context. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Hardcover, 168 pages.

Agenda-setting dynamics in Canada. Issue attributes and agendasetting by media, the public, and policymakers in Canada. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2002. Do you want to read the rest of this article?

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1 online resource (ix, 156 pages) : Why do public issues like the environment rise and fall in importance over time? To what extent can the trends in salience be explained by real-world factors? To what degree are they the product of interactions between media content, public opinion, and policymaking? This book surveys the development of eight issues in Canada over a decade - AIDS, crime, the debt/deficit, the environment, inflation, national unity, taxes, and unemployment - to explore how the salience of issues changes over time, and to examine why these changes are important to our unders. 9780774809580: Hardback Release Date: 10th September 2002. 9780774809597: Paperback Release Date: 1st January 2003. Consequently, it will be read by public policy and mass media experts worldwide. His truly innovative use of parliamentary question period will be adopted as a standard by students of policy change in parliamentary democracies. Export citation Request permission. 70. Stuart Soroka and Christopher Wlezien. Opinion Representation and Policy Feedback: Canada in Comparative Perspective, Canadian Journal of Political Science 37(3): 531-60. University of British Columbia Press. and the Changing Information Environment: Sentiment Differences in Read versus Re-Circulated News Content, Public Opinion Quarterly.

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Agenda-Setting Dynamics in Canada offers one of the firstempirical analyses of the interaction of the media, the public, andpolicymakers in Canada and, more generally, makes an n to the study of political communications and policymakingwell beyond the Canadian context. RELATED TOPICS: Canadian Politics, Political Science, Public Policy & Administration. In the vast literature on agenda setting, this book is destined to become one of the top five publications

a Intro - Contents - Tables and Figures - Acknowledgments - Agenda-Setting Dynamics in Canada - 1 Introduction - 2 Issues and Issue Types - 3 The Media Agenda - 4 The Public Agenda - 5 The Policy Agenda - 6 Modelling Agenda-Setting - 7 Expanding the Models -.

a Intro - Contents - Tables and Figures - Acknowledgments - Agenda-Setting Dynamics in Canada - 1 Introduction - 2 Issues and Issue Types - 3 The Media Agenda - 4 The Public Agenda - 5 The Policy Agenda - 6 Modelling Agenda-Setting - 7 Expanding the Models -. 8 Final Conclusions - References - Index.

Why do public issues like the environment rise and fall in importance over time? To what extent can the trends in salience be explained by real-world factors? To what degree are they the product of interactions between media content, public opinion, and policymaking? This book surveys the development of eight issues in Canada over a decade -- AIDS, crime, the debt/deficit, the environment, inflation, national unity, taxes, and unemployment -- to explore how the salience of issues changes over time, and to examine why these changes are important to our understanding of everyday politics.

Agenda-Setting Dynamics in Canada offers one of the first empirical analyses of the interaction of the media, the public, and policymakers in Canada and, more generally, makes an important contribution to the study of political communications and policymaking well beyond the Canadian context.