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A Study of Agenda-Setting Theory in Presidential Debates in Mexico’s 2000 Presidential Campaign
Unformatted Document Text:  37 Hellweg, S. A., Dionsopoulos, G. N., & Kugler, D. B. (1986, November). Political candidate image: Concepts and conceptualizations. Paper presented in the Speech Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL. Hellweg, S. A., Pfau, M., & Brydon, S. R. (1992). Televised presidential debates: Advocacy in contemporary America. New York: Praeger. Jackson-Beeck, M., & Meadow, R. G. (1979). The triple agenda of presidential debates. Public Opinion Quarterly, 43, 173-80. King, P. (1997). The press, candidate images, and voter perceptions. In M. McCombs, D.L. Shaw, & D. Weaver (Eds.), Communication and democracy: Exploring the intellectual frontiers in agenda-setting theory (pp. 29-40). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Lawson, C.(2001, August).Television coverage, media effects, and Mexico’s 2000 elections. Paper presented in the 2001 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco. McCann, J.A. (1998). The changing Mexican electorate: Political interest, expertise and party support. In M. Serrano (Ed.), Governing Mexico: Political parties and elections (pp. 15-37). London: Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London. McCombs, M. E. (1972). Mass communication in political campaigns: Information, gratification, and persuasion. In F.G. Kline & P. Tichenor (Eds.),(pp. 169-194) Current perspectives in mass communication research. Beverly Hills: Sage. McCombs, M. E., & Shaw, D. L. (1977). The agenda setting function of the press. In M. E. McCombs & D. L. Shaw, (Eds.) The emergence of American political issues: The agenda setting function of the press (pp. 1-18). St. Paul, MN: West Publishing. McCombs, M. E., & Shaw, D. L. (1993). The evolution of agenda setting research: Twenty-five years in the marketplace of ideas. Journal of Communication, 43, 58-67. Mexico 2000 Panel Study. Participants in the Mexico 2000 Panel Study included (in alphabetical order): Miguel Basáñez, Roderic Camp, Wayne Cornelius, Jorge Domínguez, Federico Estévez, Joseph Klesner, Chappell Lawson (Principal Investigator), Beatriz Magaloni, James McCann, Alejandro

Authors: Mercado, Antonieta., Hellweg, Susan., Dozier, David. and Hofstetter, C..
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Hellweg, S. A., Dionsopoulos, G. N., & Kugler, D. B. (1986,
November). Political candidate image: Concepts and
conceptualizations. Paper presented in the Speech
Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.
Hellweg, S. A., Pfau, M., & Brydon, S. R. (1992). Televised
presidential debates: Advocacy in contemporary America.
New York: Praeger.

Jackson-Beeck, M., & Meadow, R. G. (1979). The triple agenda
of presidential debates. Public Opinion Quarterly, 43,
173-80.
King, P. (1997). The press, candidate images, and voter
perceptions. In M. McCombs, D.L. Shaw, & D. Weaver
(Eds.), Communication and democracy: Exploring the
intellectual frontiers in agenda-setting theory (pp. 29-
40). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Lawson, C.(2001, August).Television coverage, media effects,
and Mexico’s 2000 elections. Paper presented in the 2001
annual meeting of the American Political Science
Association, San Francisco.

McCann, J.A. (1998). The changing Mexican electorate:
Political interest, expertise and party support. In M.
Serrano (Ed.), Governing Mexico: Political parties and
elections (pp. 15-37). London: Institute of Latin
American Studies, University of London.

McCombs, M. E. (1972). Mass communication in political
campaigns: Information, gratification, and persuasion.
In F.G. Kline & P. Tichenor (Eds.),(pp. 169-194) Current
perspectives in mass communication research. Beverly
Hills: Sage.

McCombs, M. E., & Shaw, D. L. (1977). The agenda setting
function of the press. In M. E. McCombs & D. L. Shaw,
(Eds.) The emergence of American political issues: The
agenda setting function of the press (pp. 1-18). St.
Paul, MN: West Publishing.

McCombs, M. E., & Shaw, D. L. (1993). The evolution of agenda
setting research: Twenty-five years in the marketplace of
ideas. Journal of Communication, 43, 58-67.

Mexico 2000 Panel Study. Participants in the Mexico 2000 Panel
Study included (in alphabetical order): Miguel Basáñez,
Roderic Camp, Wayne Cornelius, Jorge Domínguez, Federico
Estévez, Joseph Klesner, Chappell Lawson (Principal
Investigator), Beatriz Magaloni, James McCann, Alejandro


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