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Explaining Information Effects in Collective Preferences
Unformatted Document Text:  References Achen, Christopher. 1975. Mass Political Attitudes and the Survey Response. American Political Science Review 69 (4 [December]):1218-1231. Althaus, Scott L. 1998. Information effects in collective preferences. American Political Science Review 92 (3 [September]):545–58. ———. 2001. Who's voted in when the people tune out? Information effects in congressional elections. In Communication in U.S. elections: New agendas, edited by R. P. Hart and D. Shaw. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. ———. 2003. Collective preferences in democratic politics: Opinion surveys and the will of the people. New York: Cambridge University Press. Althaus, Scott L., Jill A. Edy, and Patricia F. Phalen. 2002. Using the Vanderbilt television abstracts to track broadcast news content: Possibilities and pitfalls. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 46 (1). Alwin, Duane F., and Jon A. Krosnick. 1991. The Reliability of Survey Attitude Measurement: The Influence of Question and Respondent Attributes. Sociological Methods & Research 20 (1 [August]):139-181. Appelbaum, Lauren D. 2001. The influence of perceived deservingness on policy decisions regarding aid to the poor. Political Psychology 22 (3):419-442. Bagdikian, Ben. 1990. The Media Monopoly. 3rd ed. Boston: Beacon Press. Bartels, Larry. 1996. Uninformed votes: Information effects in presidential elections. American Journal of Political Science 40 (1 [February]):194-230. Bennett, Stephen E., Richard S. Flickinger, and Staci L. Rhine. 2000. Political talk over here, over there, over time. British Journal of Political Science 30:99-119. Bennett, W. Lance. 1990. Toward a theory of press-state relations in the United States. Journal of Communication 40 (2):103-125. Bennett, W. Lance, and Jarol Manheim. 1993. Taking the Public by Storm: Information, Cueing, and the Democratic Process in the Gulf Conflict. Political Communication 10:331-52. Berelson, Bernard, Paul Lazarsfeld, and William McPhee. 1954. Voting: A study of opinion formation in a presidential campaign. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Blumer, Herbert. 1948. Public opinion and public opinion polling. American Sociological Review 13 (5):542-554. Bourdieu, Pierre. 1979. Public opinion does not exist. In Communication and Class Struggle, edited by A. Mattelart and S. Siegelaub. New York: International General. Cannel, C., P. Miller, and L. Oksenberg. 1981. Research on interviewing techniques. In Sociological methodology 1981, edited by S. Leinhardt. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Chaiken, Shelly, and Durairaj Maheswaran. 1994. Heuristic Processing Can Bias Systematic Processing: Effects of Source Credibility, Argument Ambiguity, and Task Importance on Attitude Judgment. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 66 (3):460-73. Conover, Pamela Johnston, Stanley Feldman, and Kathleen Knight. 1987. The Personal and Political Underpinnings of Economic Forecasts. American Journal of Political Science 31(3 [August]):559-83. Converse, Jean M. 1976. Predicting No Opinion in the Polls. Public Opinion Quarterly 40 (Winter):515-530.

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References
Achen, Christopher. 1975. Mass Political Attitudes and the Survey Response. American Political
Science Review 69 (4 [December]):1218-1231.
Althaus, Scott L. 1998. Information effects in collective preferences. American Political Science
Review 92 (3 [September]):545–58.
———. 2001. Who's voted in when the people tune out? Information effects in congressional
elections. In Communication in U.S. elections: New agendas, edited by R. P. Hart and D.
Shaw. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
———. 2003. Collective preferences in democratic politics: Opinion surveys and the will of the
people. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Althaus, Scott L., Jill A. Edy, and Patricia F. Phalen. 2002. Using the Vanderbilt television
abstracts to track broadcast news content: Possibilities and pitfalls. Journal of
Broadcasting & Electronic Media
46 (1).
Alwin, Duane F., and Jon A. Krosnick. 1991. The Reliability of Survey Attitude Measurement:
The Influence of Question and Respondent Attributes. Sociological Methods & Research
20 (1 [August]):139-181.
Appelbaum, Lauren D. 2001. The influence of perceived deservingness on policy decisions
regarding aid to the poor. Political Psychology 22 (3):419-442.
Bagdikian, Ben. 1990. The Media Monopoly. 3rd ed. Boston: Beacon Press.
Bartels, Larry. 1996. Uninformed votes: Information effects in presidential elections. American
Journal of Political Science 40 (1 [February]):194-230.
Bennett, Stephen E., Richard S. Flickinger, and Staci L. Rhine. 2000. Political talk over here,
over there, over time. British Journal of Political Science 30:99-119.
Bennett, W. Lance. 1990. Toward a theory of press-state relations in the United States. Journal of
Communication 40 (2):103-125.
Bennett, W. Lance, and Jarol Manheim. 1993. Taking the Public by Storm: Information, Cueing,
and the Democratic Process in the Gulf Conflict. Political Communication 10:331-52.
Berelson, Bernard, Paul Lazarsfeld, and William McPhee. 1954. Voting: A study of opinion
formation in a presidential campaign. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Blumer, Herbert. 1948. Public opinion and public opinion polling. American Sociological Review
13 (5):542-554.
Bourdieu, Pierre. 1979. Public opinion does not exist. In Communication and Class Struggle,
edited by A. Mattelart and S. Siegelaub. New York: International General.
Cannel, C., P. Miller, and L. Oksenberg. 1981. Research on interviewing techniques. In
Sociological methodology 1981, edited by S. Leinhardt. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Chaiken, Shelly, and Durairaj Maheswaran. 1994. Heuristic Processing Can Bias Systematic
Processing: Effects of Source Credibility, Argument Ambiguity, and Task Importance on
Attitude Judgment. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 66 (3):460-73.
Conover, Pamela Johnston, Stanley Feldman, and Kathleen Knight. 1987. The Personal and
Political Underpinnings of Economic Forecasts. American Journal of Political Science 31
(3 [August]):559-83.
Converse, Jean M. 1976. Predicting No Opinion in the Polls. Public Opinion Quarterly 40
(Winter):515-530.


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