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Agenda Setting Effects on Online Users: The analysis of the World Cup coverage and online discussions
Unformatted Document Text:  Y[ process. Journalism Quarterly, 69(4), 847-855. Wanta, W., Stephenson, M. A., Turk, J. V. & McCombs, M. E. (1989). How president’s state of union talk influenced news media agendas. Journalism Quarterly, 66(3), 537-541. Weaver, D. H. (1997). Political issues and voter need for orientation. In D. L. Shaw and M. E. McCombs (Ed.) The Emergence of American Political Issues: The Agenda-Setting Function of the Press (pp. 107-119). St. Paul, Minn.: West. Winter, J. P. & Eyal, C. H. (1981). Agenda-setting for the civil rights issue. Public Opinion Quarterly, 45(3), 376-383. Wyer, R. & Scrull, T. (1989). Memory and Cognition in its Social Context (pp. 81-103). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Yagade, A. & Dozier, D. M. (1990). The media agenda-setting effect of concrete versus abstract issues. Journalism Quarterly, 67, 3-10. Zucker, H. G. (1978). The variable nature of news media influence. In B. D. Ruben (Ed.) Communication Yearbook, 2 (pp. 225-240). New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction.

Authors: Lee, Jong Hyuk. and Choi, Yun Jung.
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process. Journalism Quarterly, 69(4), 847-855.

Wanta, W., Stephenson, M. A., Turk, J. V. & McCombs, M. E. (1989). How president’s
state of union talk influenced news media agendas. Journalism Quarterly, 66(3), 537-
541.

Weaver, D. H. (1997). Political issues and voter need for orientation. In D. L. Shaw and
M. E. McCombs (Ed.) The Emergence of American Political Issues: The Agenda-
Setting Function of the Press (pp. 107-119). St. Paul, Minn.: West.

Winter, J. P. & Eyal, C. H. (1981). Agenda-setting for the civil rights issue. Public
Opinion Quarterly, 45(3), 376-383.

Wyer, R. & Scrull, T. (1989). Memory and Cognition in its Social Context (pp. 81-103).
Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Yagade, A. & Dozier, D. M. (1990). The media agenda-setting effect of concrete versus
abstract issues. Journalism Quarterly, 67, 3-10.

Zucker, H. G. (1978). The variable nature of news media influence. In B. D. Ruben
(Ed.) Communication Yearbook, 2 (pp. 225-240). New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction.


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