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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 28 Page, B. I. & Shapiro, R. Y. (1992). The rational public: Fifty years of trends in Americans’ policy preferences. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. Page, B. I. & Shapiro, R. Y. (1984). Presidents as opinion leaders: Some new evidence. Policy Studies Journal, 12, 649-661. Rogers, E. M. & Dearing, J. W. (1989). Agenda-setting research: Where it has been, where is it going? In James A. Anderson (Ed.), Communication Yearbook 11 (pp. 555-594). Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Rogers, E. M., Dearing, J. W., & Bregman, D. (1993). The anatomy of agenda- setting research. Journal of Communication, 43, 68-84. Rogers, E. M., Dearing, J. W., & Chang, S. (1991). AIDS in the 1980s: The agenda-setting process of a public issue. Journalism Monographs, 126, 1-47. Seib, P. (1997). Headline diplomacy: How news coverage affects foreign policy. Westport, CT: Praeger. Sigal, L. (1986). Sources make the news. In R. Manoff & M. Schudson (Eds.), Reading the news (pp. 9-37). New York: Pantheon. SPSS, Inc. (1988). SPSS trends. Chicago: SPSS. Turk, J. V. (1986). Information subsidies and media content: A study of public relations influence on the news. Journalism Monographs, 100. Weaver, D. H. & Elliot, S. N. (1985). Who sets the agenda for the media? A study of local agenda-building. Journalism Quarterly, 62, 87-94. Weaver, D. H., Graber, D. A., McCombs, M. E., & Eyal, C. H. (1981). Media agenda-setting in a presidential election: Issues, images, and interest. New York: Praeger.

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Page, B. I. & Shapiro, R. Y. (1992). The rational public: Fifty years of trends in
Americans’ policy preferences. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Page, B. I. & Shapiro, R. Y. (1984). Presidents as opinion leaders: Some new
evidence. Policy Studies Journal, 12, 649-661.
Rogers, E. M. & Dearing, J. W. (1989). Agenda-setting research: Where it has
been, where is it going? In James A. Anderson (Ed.), Communication Yearbook 11 (pp.
555-594). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Rogers, E. M., Dearing, J. W., & Bregman, D. (1993). The anatomy of agenda-
setting research. Journal of Communication, 43, 68-84.
Rogers, E. M., Dearing, J. W., & Chang, S. (1991). AIDS in the 1980s: The
agenda-setting process of a public issue. Journalism Monographs, 126, 1-47.
Seib, P. (1997). Headline diplomacy: How news coverage affects foreign policy.
Westport, CT: Praeger.
Sigal, L. (1986). Sources make the news. In R. Manoff & M. Schudson (Eds.),
Reading the news (pp. 9-37). New York: Pantheon.
SPSS, Inc. (1988). SPSS trends. Chicago: SPSS.
Turk, J. V. (1986). Information subsidies and media content: A study of public
relations influence on the news. Journalism Monographs, 100.
Weaver, D. H. & Elliot, S. N. (1985). Who sets the agenda for the media? A
study of local agenda-building. Journalism Quarterly, 62, 87-94.
Weaver, D. H., Graber, D. A., McCombs, M. E., & Eyal, C. H. (1981). Media
agenda-setting in a presidential election: Issues, images, and interest. New York:
Praeger.


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