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Bonjour ŕ l’euro! An agenda-setting study of attitudes towards the new currency in France
Unformatted Document Text:  Bonjour Ă  l’euro! 23 Second-level agenda setting studies attributes of issues or objects. Ghanem writes that Iyengar and Simon labeled the attributes frames. 15 Idem. 14. 16 Lopez-Escobar, Esteban; Llamas, Juan Pablo; McCombs, Maxwell “Agenda setting and community consensus: First and second level effects” International Journal of Public Opinion Research Vol. 10(4) Winter 1998, p.335-348 17 Golan, Guy; Wanta, Wayne “Second-level agenda setting in the New Hampshire primary: A comparison of coverage in three newspapers and public perceptions of candidates” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Vol. 78(2), Summer 2001, p.247-260 18 Ghanem, Salma (1996). Media coverage of crime and public opinion: An exploration of the second level of agenda setting. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Texas, Austin. According to Ghanem newspapers are either “popular” or “quality”. 19 “The Leo Burnett Worldwide Advertising and Media Fact Book 2000”, Triumph Books, Chicago 20 Brosius, H.-B. and Kepplinger, M., “Beyond agenda-setting: the influence of partisanship and television reporting on the electorate's voting intentions”, Journalism Quarterly 69 (1992): 893-901. 21 Brosius, Hans-Bernd. “Toward an exemplification theory of news effects .” [Journal Article] Document Design: Journal of Research & Problem Solving in Organizational Communication. Vol 2(1) 2000/2001, 19-27. John Benjamins, Netherlands Brosius, Hans-Bernd; Weimann, Gabriel. “Who sets the agenda?: Agenda-setting as two-step flow.” [Journal Article] Communication Research. Vol 23(5) Oct 1996, 561-580. Sage Publications, US Brosius, Hans-Bernd. “Influence of presentation features and news content on learning from television news.” [Journal Article] Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media. Vol 33(1) Win 1989, 1-14. Broadcast Education Assn, US Kepplinger, Hans Mathias; Donsbach, Wolfgang; Brosius, Hans-Bernd; Staab, Joachim F. “Media tendency and public opinion: An empirical study of the image of Helmut Kohl”. [German]. [Journal Article] Kolner Zeitschrift fur Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie. Vol 38(2) Jun 1986, 247-279. Westdeutscher Verlag, Germany 22 Rossler, Patrick and Michael Schenk, “Cognitive Bonding and the German Reunification: Agenda-Setting and Persuasion Effects of Mass Media,” International Journal of Public Opinion Research 1 (2000): 29. 23 Eilders, Christiane “Conflict and consonance in media opinion: Political positions of five German quality newspapers” European Journal of Communication Vol.17(1) March 2002, p.25-63 24 Werder, Olaf “Debating the Euro. Media Agenda-Setting in a Cross-National Environment” Gazette: The International Journal For Communication Studies Vol 64(3), June 2002, p.219-233

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Bonjour à l’euro!
23
Second-level agenda setting studies attributes of issues or objects. Ghanem writes that
Iyengar and Simon labeled the attributes frames.
15
Idem. 14.
16
Lopez-Escobar, Esteban; Llamas, Juan Pablo; McCombs, Maxwell “Agenda setting
and community consensus: First and second level effects” International Journal of Public
Opinion Research
Vol. 10(4) Winter 1998, p.335-348
17
Golan, Guy; Wanta, Wayne “Second-level agenda setting in the New Hampshire
primary: A comparison of coverage in three newspapers and public perceptions of
candidates” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Vol. 78(2), Summer 2001,
p.247-260
18
Ghanem, Salma (1996). Media coverage of crime and public opinion: An exploration
of the second level of agenda setting. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of
Texas, Austin. According to Ghanem newspapers are either “popular” or “quality”.
19
“The Leo Burnett Worldwide Advertising and Media Fact Book 2000”, Triumph
Books, Chicago
20
Brosius, H.-B. and Kepplinger, M., “Beyond agenda-setting: the influence of
partisanship and television reporting on the electorate's voting intentions”, Journalism
Quarterly
69 (1992): 893-901.
21
Brosius, Hans-Bernd. “Toward an exemplification theory of news effects
.”
[Journal
Article] Document Design: Journal of Research & Problem Solving in Organizational
Communication.
Vol 2(1) 2000/2001, 19-27. John Benjamins, Netherlands
Brosius, Hans-Bernd; Weimann, Gabriel. “Who sets the agenda?: Agenda-setting as two-
step flow.” [Journal Article] Communication Research. Vol 23(5) Oct 1996, 561-580.
Sage Publications, US
Brosius, Hans-Bernd. “Influence of presentation features and news content on learning
from television news.” [Journal Article] Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media.
Vol 33(1) Win 1989, 1-14. Broadcast Education Assn, US
Kepplinger, Hans Mathias; Donsbach, Wolfgang; Brosius, Hans-Bernd; Staab, Joachim
F. “Media tendency and public opinion: An empirical study of the image of Helmut
Kohl”. [German]. [Journal Article] Kolner Zeitschrift fur Soziologie und
Sozialpsychologie.
Vol 38(2) Jun 1986, 247-279. Westdeutscher Verlag, Germany
22
Rossler, Patrick and Michael Schenk, “Cognitive Bonding and the German
Reunification: Agenda-Setting and Persuasion Effects of Mass Media,” International
Journal of Public Opinion Research
1 (2000): 29.
23
Eilders, Christiane “Conflict and consonance in media opinion: Political positions of
five German quality newspapers” European Journal of Communication Vol.17(1) March
2002, p.25-63
24
Werder, Olaf “Debating the Euro. Media Agenda-Setting in a Cross-National
Environment” Gazette: The International Journal For Communication Studies Vol 64(3),
June 2002, p.219-233


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