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Agenda setting and political partisanship in an election campaign: Reinforcing and undermining partisan voting intentions
Unformatted Document Text:  25 Mutz, D. C., & Soss, J. (1997). Reading public opinion: The influence of news coverage on perceptions of public sentiment. Public Opinion Quarterly, 61, 431-451. Noelle-Neumann, E. (1974). The spiral of silence: A theory of public opinion. Journal of Communication, 34, 43-51. Noelle-Neumann, E. (1991). The theory of public opinion: The concept of the spiral of silence. In J. A. Anderson (Ed.), Communication Yearbook 14 (pp. 256-287). Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Perloff, R.M. (1989). Ego-involvement and the third-person effect of televised news coverage. Communication Research, 16, 236-262. Petrocik, J.R. (1996). Issue ownership in presidential elections with a 1980 case study. American Journal of Political Science, 40, 825-850. Price, V. (1989). Social identification and public opinion: Effects of communicating group conflict. Public Opinion Quarterly, 53, 197-224. Protess, D.L., & McCombs M.E. (ed.) (1991). Agenda setting: Readings of media, public opinion, and policy making. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Rössler, P., & Schenk, M. (2000). Cognitive bonding and the German reunification: Agenda- setting and persuasion effects of mass media. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 12, 29-47. Semetko, H., Blumler, J.G., Gureviutch, M., & Weaver, D.H. (1991). The formation of campaign agendas: A comparative analysis of party and media roles in recent US and British election campaigns. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Shaw, D.L., McCombs, M., Weaver, D.H., Hamm, B.J. (1999). Individuals, groups and agenda melding: A theory of social dissonance. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 11, 2-24. Sherif, M., & Hovland, C.I. (1961). Social judgment: Assimilation and contrast effect in communication and attitude change. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Skitka, L.J., & Robideau, R. (1997). Judging a book by its cover: The effects of candidate party label and issue stands on voting behavior, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 27, 967- 982.

Authors: Duck, Julie., Morton, Thomas. and Fortey, Kate.
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Mutz, D. C., & Soss, J. (1997). Reading public opinion: The influence of news coverage on
perceptions of public sentiment. Public Opinion Quarterly, 61, 431-451.
Noelle-Neumann, E. (1974). The spiral of silence: A theory of public opinion. Journal of
Communication, 34, 43-51.
Noelle-Neumann, E. (1991). The theory of public opinion: The concept of the spiral of silence.
In J. A. Anderson (Ed.), Communication Yearbook 14 (pp. 256-287). Newbury Park, CA:
Sage.
Perloff, R.M. (1989). Ego-involvement and the third-person effect of televised news coverage.
Communication Research, 16, 236-262.
Petrocik, J.R. (1996). Issue ownership in presidential elections with a 1980 case study. American
Journal of Political Science, 40, 825-850.
Price, V. (1989). Social identification and public opinion: Effects of communicating group
conflict. Public Opinion Quarterly, 53, 197-224.
Protess, D.L., & McCombs M.E. (ed.) (1991). Agenda setting: Readings of media, public
opinion, and policy making. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Rössler, P., & Schenk, M. (2000). Cognitive bonding and the German reunification: Agenda-
setting and persuasion effects of mass media. International Journal of Public Opinion
Research, 12, 29-47.
Semetko, H., Blumler, J.G., Gureviutch, M., & Weaver, D.H. (1991). The formation of
campaign agendas: A comparative analysis of party and media roles in recent US and British
election campaigns. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Shaw, D.L., McCombs, M., Weaver, D.H., Hamm, B.J. (1999). Individuals, groups and agenda
melding: A theory of social dissonance. International Journal of Public Opinion Research,
11, 2-24.
Sherif, M., & Hovland, C.I. (1961). Social judgment: Assimilation and contrast effect in
communication and attitude change. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
Skitka, L.J., & Robideau, R. (1997). Judging a book by its cover: The effects of candidate party
label and issue stands on voting behavior, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 27, 967-
982.


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