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Quotes and Agendas: Israelis vs. Palestinians on Media, Public and Policy Agendas
Unformatted Document Text:  Fan-Page 17 Rogers, E. M., & Dearing, J. W. (1988). Agenda-setting research: Where has it been, where is it going?. Pp. 555-594 in J. A. Anderson (Ed.), Communication Yearbook, vol. 11. Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Rogers, E. M., Dearing, J. W., & Bregman, D. (1993). The anatomy of agenda-setting research. Journal of Communication, 43:2, 68-84. Schenk, M., & Roessler, P. (1994). Wie Themenbewu tsein und politische Meinungsbildung im Alltag von Massenmedien und interpersonaler Kommunikation beeinflu t werden. Pp. 261-295 in F. Neidhardt (Ed.), Offentlichkeit, Offentliche Meinung, soziale Bewegungen. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag. Siune, K., & Borre, O. (1975). Setting the agenda for a Danish election. Journal of Communication, 25, 65-73. Smith, K. A. (1987a). Newspaper coverage and public concern about community issues. A time-series analysis. Journalism Monographs, 101, 1-34. Smith, K. A. (1987b). Effects of newspaper coverage on community issue concerns and local government evaluations. Communication Research, 14, 379-395. Tzfati, Yariv and Weimann, Gabriel, 2002. "WWW.Terror: Terror on the Internet", Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, (forthcoming). Wanta, W. (1989). President Carter and the energy crisis: A study in consensus building between the President, press and public opinion. Paper presented to the Political Communication Division at the Annual Convention of the International Communication Association, San Francisco. Weimann, Gabriel and Conrad Winn, 1994. The Theater of Terror: The Mass Media and International Terrorism, New York: Longman Publishing/Addison-Wesley. Whitall, Susan 2001. Coping with Horror Detroiters Must Now Deal with Unthinkable, The Detroit News, September 12 Zaller, John R. 1992. The nature and origins of mass opinion, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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Fan-Page 17
Rogers, E. M., & Dearing, J. W. (1988). Agenda-setting research: Where has it been, where is it
going?. Pp. 555-594 in J. A. Anderson (Ed.), Communication Yearbook, vol. 11. Newbury Park,
CA: Sage.

Rogers, E. M., Dearing, J. W., & Bregman, D. (1993). The anatomy of agenda-setting research.
Journal of Communication, 43:2, 68-84.

Schenk, M., & Roessler, P. (1994). Wie Themenbewu tsein und politische Meinungsbildung im
Alltag von Massenmedien und interpersonaler Kommunikation beeinflu t werden. Pp. 261-295
in F. Neidhardt (Ed.), Offentlichkeit, Offentliche Meinung, soziale Bewegungen. Opladen:
Westdeutscher Verlag.

Siune, K., & Borre, O. (1975). Setting the agenda for a Danish election. Journal of
Communication, 25, 65-73.

Smith, K. A. (1987a). Newspaper coverage and public concern about community issues. A time-
series analysis. Journalism Monographs, 101, 1-34.

Smith, K. A. (1987b). Effects of newspaper coverage on community issue concerns and local
government evaluations. Communication Research, 14, 379-395.

Tzfati, Yariv and Weimann, Gabriel, 2002. "WWW.Terror: Terror on the Internet", Studies in
Conflict and Terrorism, (forthcoming).

Wanta, W. (1989). President Carter and the energy crisis: A study in consensus building between
the President, press and public opinion. Paper presented to the Political Communication Division
at the Annual Convention of the International Communication Association, San Francisco.

Weimann, Gabriel and Conrad Winn, 1994. The Theater of Terror: The Mass Media and
International Terrorism, New York: Longman Publishing/Addison-Wesley.

Whitall, Susan 2001. Coping with Horror Detroiters Must Now Deal with Unthinkable, The
Detroit News, September 12

Zaller, John R. 1992. The nature and origins of mass opinion, Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press


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