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Young People, Media Use, and Voter Turnout: An Analysis of the 2000 National Election Study
Unformatted Document Text:  Young Voters and Media Use 20 References Aspen Institute Report (2001). 30 Million Missing Voters: a Candidate’s Toolkit for Reaching Young Americans. http://www.excelgov.org/demandcit/yvtsup/pdf/yvitoolkit.pdf Brody, E. (1990). Communication Tomorrow: New audiences,New technologies, New Media. Westport, CT: Praeger. Buckingham, D. (1996). Moving Images: Understanding Children’s Emotional Responses to Television. Manchester: Manchester University Press. Buckingham, D. (1999). “Young people, politics and news media: beyond political socialization.” Oxford Review of Education. 25(1/2), 171-184. Chaffee, S. and Choe, S. (1980). “Time of decision and media use during the Ford-Carter campaign.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 44, 53-69. Chaffee, S., Zhao, X., and Leshner, G. (1994). “Political knowledge and the campaign media of 1992.” Communication Research. 21 (3, June), 305-324. Choi, H. and Becker, S. (1987). “Media use, issue/image discriminations, and voting.” Communication Research. 14, 267-290. Chronicle of Higher Education. (2000). “Notebook” 47(11), p. A50, Nov. 10. Cobb-Walgren, C. (1990). “Why teenagers do not “read all about it”.” Journalism Quarterly. 67, 340-347. Comstock, G., Chaffee, S., Katzman, N., McCombs, M., & Roberts, D. (1978). Television and human behavior. New York: Columbia University Press. Cullingford, C. (1992). Children and Society: Children’s Attitudes to Politics and Power. London, Cassell. Drew, D, and Weaver, D. (1991). “Voter learning in the 1988 presidential election: Did the debates and the media matter?” Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly. 68 (1/2, Spring/Summer), 27-37. Drew, D, and Weaver, D. (1998). “Voter learning in the 1996 presidential election: Did the media matter?” Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly. 75 (2, Summer), 292-301. Fidler, R. (1997). Mediamorphosis: Understanding new media. Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge.

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Young Voters and Media Use
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References
Aspen Institute Report (2001). 30 Million Missing Voters: a Candidate’s Toolkit for
Reaching Young Americans.
http://www.excelgov.org/demandcit/yvtsup/pdf/yvitoolkit.pdf

Brody, E. (1990). Communication Tomorrow: New audiences,New technologies, New
Media. Westport, CT: Praeger.

Buckingham, D. (1996). Moving Images: Understanding Children’s Emotional
Responses to Television. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Buckingham, D. (1999). “Young people, politics and news media: beyond political
socialization.” Oxford Review of Education. 25(1/2), 171-184.

Chaffee, S. and Choe, S. (1980). “Time of decision and media use during the Ford-Carter
campaign.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 44, 53-69.

Chaffee, S., Zhao, X., and Leshner, G. (1994). “Political knowledge and the campaign
media of 1992.” Communication Research. 21 (3, June), 305-324.

Choi, H. and Becker, S. (1987). “Media use, issue/image discriminations, and voting.”
Communication Research. 14, 267-290.

Chronicle of Higher Education. (2000). “Notebook” 47(11), p. A50, Nov. 10.

Cobb-Walgren, C. (1990). “Why teenagers do not “read all about it”.” Journalism
Quarterly. 67, 340-347.

Comstock, G., Chaffee, S., Katzman, N., McCombs, M., & Roberts, D. (1978).
Television and human behavior. New York: Columbia University Press.

Cullingford, C. (1992). Children and Society: Children’s Attitudes to Politics and Power.
London,
Cassell.
Drew, D, and Weaver, D. (1991). “Voter learning in the 1988 presidential election: Did
the debates and the media matter?” Journalism and Mass Communication
Quarterly
. 68 (1/2, Spring/Summer), 27-37.

Drew, D, and Weaver, D. (1998). “Voter learning in the 1996 presidential election: Did
the media matter?” Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly. 75 (2,
Summer), 292-301.

Fidler, R. (1997). Mediamorphosis: Understanding new media. Thousand Oaks, CA:
Pine Forge.


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