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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 22 Walker, D. (1996). “Young people, politics, and the media,” in H. Roberts & D. Sachdev (Eds.) Young People’s Social Attitudes. Ilford, Essex : Barnardos. Weaver, D, and Drew, D. (1995). “Voter learning in the 1992 Presidential election: Did the "nontraditional" media and debates matter?” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. 72 (1, Spring), 7-17. Weaver, D, and Drew, D. (1993). “Voter learning in the 1990 off-year election: Did the media matter?” Journalism Quarterly. 70 (2, Summer), 356-368. Weaver, D, and Drew, D. (2001). “Voter learning and interest in the 2000 presidential election: Did the media matter?”Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. 78 (4, Winter), 787-798. Wilkins, K. (2000). “The role of media in public disengagement from political life.” Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media. 44 (4, Fall), 569-580.

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Young Voters and Media Use
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Walker, D. (1996). “Young people, politics, and the media,” in H. Roberts & D. Sachdev
(Eds.)
Young People’s Social Attitudes. Ilford, Essex : Barnardos.

Weaver, D, and Drew, D. (1995). “Voter learning in the 1992 Presidential election: Did
the "nontraditional" media and debates matter?” Journalism & Mass
Communication
Quarterly. 72 (1, Spring), 7-17.
Weaver, D, and Drew, D. (1993). “Voter learning in the 1990 off-year election: Did the
media
matter?”
Journalism Quarterly. 70 (2, Summer), 356-368.
Weaver, D, and Drew, D. (2001). “Voter learning and interest in the 2000 presidential
election: Did the media matter?”Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly.
78 (4, Winter), 787-798.

Wilkins, K. (2000). “The role of media in public disengagement from political life.”
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media. 44 (4, Fall), 569-580.









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