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A Longitudinal Time Series Analysis of the Foreign Affairs Issue: Agendas of the President, the Media, the Public
Unformatted Document Text:  Presidential PR efforts and Foreign Policy 27 Edwards, G. C. & Wayne, S. J. (1985). Presidential leadership: Politics and policy making. New York: St. Martin’s Press. Friedland, L. A. (1992). Covering the World, New York, NY: Twentieth Century Fund Press. Funkhouser, G. R. (1973). The issues of the sixties: An exploratory study in the dynamics of public opinion. Public Opinion Quarterly, 37, 62-75. Gilbert, R. E. (1981). Television andpresidential power. Journal of Social Political and Economic Studies, 6, 75-93. Gonzenbach, W. J. (1995). The media, the president, and public opinion: A longitudinal analysis of the drug issue, 1984-1991. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Graber, D. (1989). Mass Media and the American Public. Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly Press. Graber, D. A. (1982). Introduction: Perspectives on presidential linkage. In D. A. Graber (Ed.), The president & the public. Philadelphia: Institute for the Study of Human Issues, pp. 1-14. Harris, J. F. (2000, December 31). Policy and politics by the numbers. Washington Post, A1. Kepplinger, H. M., Donsbach, W., Brosius, H., & Staab, J. F. (1989). Media tone and pubic opinion: A longitudinal study of media coverage and public opinion on Chancellor Kohl. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 1, 326-342. Kessler, R. C., & Greenberg, D. F. (1981). Linear panel analysis: Models of quantitative change. New York: Academic Press. Klapper, J. T. (1960). The effects of mass communication. New York: Free Press. Lang, G. E., & Lang, K. (1981). Watergate: An exploration of the agenda- building process. In G. C. Wilhoit and Harold de Bock (Eds.), Mass Communication Review Yearbook 2, pp. 447-468. Newbury Park, CA: Sage. McCombs, M. E. (1997). New frontiers in agenda-setting: Agendas of attributes and frames. Mass Comm Review, 24, (1 & 2), 32-52. Montgomery, D. C., Johnson, L. A., & Gardiner, J. S. (1990). Forecasting and Times Series Analysis. New York: McGraw-Hill. O’Heffernan, P. (1991). Mass media and American foreign policy. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

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Presidential PR efforts and Foreign Policy
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Edwards, G. C. & Wayne, S. J. (1985). Presidential leadership: Politics and
policy making. New York: St. Martin’s Press.
Friedland, L. A. (1992). Covering the World, New York, NY: Twentieth Century
Fund Press.
Funkhouser, G. R. (1973). The issues of the sixties: An exploratory study in the
dynamics of public opinion. Public Opinion Quarterly, 37, 62-75.
Gilbert, R. E. (1981). Television andpresidential power. Journal of Social
Political and Economic Studies, 6, 75-93.
Gonzenbach, W. J. (1995). The media, the president, and public opinion: A
longitudinal analysis of the drug issue, 1984-1991. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum
Associates.
Graber, D. (1989). Mass Media and the American Public. Washington, DC:
Congressional Quarterly Press.
Graber, D. A. (1982). Introduction: Perspectives on presidential linkage. In D.
A. Graber (Ed.), The president & the public. Philadelphia: Institute for the Study of
Human Issues, pp. 1-14.
Harris, J. F. (2000, December 31). Policy and politics by the numbers.
Washington Post, A1.
Kepplinger, H. M., Donsbach, W., Brosius, H., & Staab, J. F. (1989). Media tone
and pubic opinion: A longitudinal study of media coverage and public opinion on
Chancellor Kohl. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 1, 326-342.
Kessler, R. C., & Greenberg, D. F. (1981). Linear panel analysis: Models of
quantitative change. New York: Academic Press.
Klapper, J. T. (1960). The effects of mass communication. New York: Free
Press.
Lang, G. E., & Lang, K. (1981). Watergate: An exploration of the agenda-
building process. In G. C. Wilhoit and Harold de Bock (Eds.), Mass Communication
Review Yearbook 2, pp. 447-468. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
McCombs, M. E. (1997). New frontiers in agenda-setting: Agendas of attributes
and frames. Mass Comm Review, 24, (1 & 2), 32-52.
Montgomery, D. C., Johnson, L. A., & Gardiner, J. S. (1990). Forecasting and
Times Series Analysis. New York: McGraw-Hill.
O’Heffernan, P. (1991). Mass media and American foreign policy. Norwood,
NJ: Ablex.


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