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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 21 Gans, C. (2000, November 6). “Low voter turnout expected on Election Day” In CNN. Retrieved April 1, 2002 from http://www.cnn.com/2000/fyi/news/11/03/voter.turnout/ Goldstein, A. and Morin, R. (2002). “Young voters’ disengagement skews politics; graying electorate’s issues dominate.” (October 20). The Washington Post. A01. Harcourt, K. and Hartland, S. (1992). Discovering Readers. Tunbridge Wells, Newspapers in Education. Hout, M. and Knoke, D. (1975). “Change in voting turnout.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 39(1, Spring). 52-68. Lazarsfeld, P., Berelson, B., and Gaudet, H. (1944). The People’s Choice: How the Voter Makes Up His Mind in a Presidential Campaign. New York: Columbia University Press. Lewis, A. (2001). “Political participation and the young.” Phi Delta Kappan. 82(5), 344- 345. Lowden, N. and Andersen, P. (1994). “Media use in the primary election.” Communication Research. 21(3), 293-304. Peiser, W. (2000). “Cohort trends in media use in the United States.” Mass Communication & Society. 3(2&3), 185-205. Reagan, J. and Ducey, R. (1983). “Effects of news measure on selection of state government news sources.” Journalism Quarterly. 60, 211-217. Rosenberg, W. and Elliott W. (1989). "Comparison of Media Use by Reporters and Public during Newspaper Strike." Journalism Quarterly. 66(1), 18-30. Simon, J. (1996). “Media use and voter turnout in a presidential election.” Newspaper Research Journal. 17(1/2), 25-34. Simon, J. and Merrill, B. (1993). “Revisiting media choice and election turnout.” Southwestern Mass Communication Journal. 9(1), 106-115. Simon, J. and Merrill, B. (1997). “The next generation of news consumers: children’s news media choices in an election campaign.” Political Communication. 14(3), 307-321. Thurber, J., O’Brien, E., and Dulio, D. (2001). “Where do voters get their political information?” Campaigns & Elections. 22(2), 9. U.S. Census Bureau (2002, February). Voting and Registration in the Election of November 2000. Retrieved April 10, 2002 from http://www.census.gov/

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Gans, C. (2000, November 6). “Low voter turnout expected on Election Day” In CNN.
Retrieved April 1, 2002 from
http://www.cnn.com/2000/fyi/news/11/03/voter.turnout/

Goldstein, A. and Morin, R. (2002). “Young voters’ disengagement skews politics;
graying electorate’s issues dominate.” (October 20). The Washington Post. A01.

Harcourt, K. and Hartland, S. (1992). Discovering Readers. Tunbridge Wells,
Newspapers in Education.

Hout, M. and Knoke, D. (1975). “Change in voting turnout.” Public Opinion Quarterly.
39(1, Spring). 52-68.

Lazarsfeld, P., Berelson, B., and Gaudet, H. (1944). The People’s Choice: How the Voter
Makes Up His Mind in a Presidential Campaign. New York: Columbia
University Press.

Lewis, A. (2001). “Political participation and the young.” Phi Delta Kappan. 82(5), 344-
345.

Lowden, N. and Andersen, P. (1994). “Media use in the primary election.”
Communication Research. 21(3), 293-304.

Peiser, W. (2000). “Cohort trends in media use in the United States.” Mass
Communication & Society. 3(2&3), 185-205.

Reagan, J. and Ducey, R. (1983). “Effects of news measure on selection of state
government news sources.” Journalism Quarterly. 60, 211-217.

Rosenberg, W. and Elliott W. (1989). "Comparison of Media Use by Reporters and
Public during Newspaper Strike." Journalism Quarterly. 66(1), 18-30.

Simon, J. (1996). “Media use and voter turnout in a presidential election.” Newspaper
Research Journal. 17(1/2), 25-34.

Simon, J. and Merrill, B. (1993). “Revisiting media choice and election turnout.”
Southwestern Mass Communication Journal. 9(1), 106-115.

Simon, J. and Merrill, B. (1997). “The next generation of news consumers: children’s
news media choices in an election campaign.” Political Communication. 14(3),
307-321.

Thurber, J., O’Brien, E., and Dulio, D. (2001). “Where do voters get their political
information?”
Campaigns & Elections. 22(2), 9.

U.S. Census Bureau (2002, February). Voting and Registration in the Election of
November 2000.
Retrieved April 10, 2002 from
http://www.census.gov/


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