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Bonjour leuro! An agenda-setting study of attitudes towards the new currency in France
Unformatted Document Text:  Bonjour à l’euro! 22 1 Anonymous. “Permanent revolution for Europe’s Union?” The Economist, London; Feb 3, 2001. 2 Anonymous. “Permanent revolution for Europe’s Union?” The Economist, London; Feb 3, 2001. 3 Ghanem, S. (1997). “Filling in the tapestry: The second level of agenda setting.” In M. McCombs, D. Shaw, & D. Weaver (Eds.), Communication and Democracy: Exploring the Intellectual Frontiers in Agenda-Setting Theory (pp. 3-14).Mahwah, NJ: LEA. Second-level agenda setting studies attributes of issues or objects. 4 Anonymous. “Permanent revolution for Europe’s Union?” The Economist, London; Feb 3, 2001. 5 Ibid. 3. Ghanem writes that second-level agenda setting looks at the impact of attributes or frames on the public agenda. 6 European Commission “A Community of Fifteen: key figures” Manuscript completed in September 1999, Catalogue number: PH-24-99-267-EN-C, 2000 - 44 pp. 7 The European Commission “Euro Essentials – Timetable” http://europa.eu.int/euro/html/rubrique-cadre5.html?pag=calendrier5.html|lang=5|chap=10 8 Pepermans, Roland “A social psychological investigation of attitudes towards the euro: National differences and cultural correlates in the countries of the European Union” Gedrag en Organisatie Vol.12(5) Oct. 1999, p.282-296 9 Luna-Arocas, Roberto; Guzman, Gustavo; Quintanilla, Ismael; Farhangmehr, Minoo “The Euro and European indentity: the Spanish and Portuguese case” Journal of Economic Psychology Vol.22(4) Aug. 2001, p.441-460 10 InterFrance Média – online press release 2002, http://www.interfrancemedia.com/txt_lm_en.htm 11 Ghanem, S. (1997). “Filling in the tapestry: The second level of agenda setting.” In M. McCombs, D. Shaw, & D. Weaver (Eds.), Communication and Democracy: Exploring the Intellectual Frontiers in Agenda-Setting Theory (pp. 3-14).Mahwah, NJ: LEA. Second-level agenda setting studies attributes of issues or objects. 12 McCombs, Maxwell “The Agenda-Setting Approach” Political Communication Handbook, ed. D.D.Nimmo and K.R.Sanders (Beverly Hills: Sage, 1981), p.121-140 13 McCombs, Maxwell “The Agenda-Setting Approach” Political Communication Handbook, ed. D.D.Nimmo and K.R.Sanders (Beverly Hills: Sage, 1981), p.121-140 14 Ghanem, S. (1997). “Filling in the tapestry: The second level of agenda setting.” In M. McCombs, D. Shaw, & D. Weaver (Eds.), Communication and Democracy: Exploring the Intellectual Frontiers in Agenda-Setting Theory (pp. 3-14).Mahwah, NJ: LEA.

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1
Anonymous. “Permanent revolution for Europe’s Union?” The Economist, London; Feb
3, 2001.
2
Anonymous. “Permanent revolution for Europe’s Union?” The Economist, London; Feb
3, 2001.
3
Ghanem, S. (1997). “Filling in the tapestry: The second level of agenda setting.” In M.
McCombs, D. Shaw, & D. Weaver (Eds.), Communication and Democracy: Exploring
the Intellectual Frontiers in Agenda-Setting Theory
(pp. 3-14).Mahwah, NJ: LEA.
Second-level agenda setting studies attributes of issues or objects.
4
Anonymous. “Permanent revolution for Europe’s Union?” The Economist, London; Feb
3, 2001.
5
Ibid. 3. Ghanem writes that second-level agenda setting looks at the impact of attributes
or frames on the public agenda.
6
European Commission “A Community of Fifteen: key figures” Manuscript completed
in September 1999, Catalogue number: PH-24-99-267-EN-C, 2000 - 44 pp.
7
The European Commission “Euro Essentials – Timetable”
http://europa.eu.int/euro/html/rubrique-
cadre5.html?pag=calendrier5.html|lang=5|chap=10
8
Pepermans, Roland “A social psychological investigation of attitudes towards the euro:
National differences and cultural correlates in the countries of the European Union”
Gedrag en Organisatie Vol.12(5) Oct. 1999, p.282-296
9
Luna-Arocas, Roberto; Guzman, Gustavo; Quintanilla, Ismael; Farhangmehr, Minoo
“The Euro and European indentity: the Spanish and Portuguese case” Journal of
Economic Psychology
Vol.22(4) Aug. 2001, p.441-460
10
InterFrance Média – online press release 2002,
http://www.interfrancemedia.com/txt_lm_en.htm
11
Ghanem, S. (1997). “Filling in the tapestry: The second level of agenda setting.” In M.
McCombs, D. Shaw, & D. Weaver (Eds.), Communication and Democracy: Exploring
the Intellectual Frontiers in Agenda-Setting Theory
(pp. 3-14).Mahwah, NJ: LEA.
Second-level agenda setting studies attributes of issues or objects.
12
McCombs, Maxwell “The Agenda-Setting Approach” Political Communication
Handbook, ed. D.D.Nimmo and K.R.Sanders (Beverly Hills: Sage, 1981), p.121-140
13
McCombs, Maxwell “The Agenda-Setting Approach” Political Communication
Handbook, ed. D.D.Nimmo and K.R.Sanders (Beverly Hills: Sage, 1981), p.121-140
14
Ghanem, S. (1997). “Filling in the tapestry: The second level of agenda setting.” In M.
McCombs, D. Shaw, & D. Weaver (Eds.), Communication and Democracy: Exploring
the Intellectual Frontiers in Agenda-Setting Theory
(pp. 3-14).Mahwah, NJ: LEA.


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