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Explaining Information Effects in Collective Preferences
Unformatted Document Text:  Converse, Philip. 1962. Information Flow and the Stability of Partisan Attitudes. Public Opinion Quarterly 26:578-599. ———. 1964. The nature of belief systems in mass publics. In Ideology and Discontent, edited by D. Apter. New York: Free Press. Converse, Philip E., and George B. Markus. 1979. Plus ca change . . . The new CPS election study panel. American Political Science Review 73 (1 [March]):32-49. Cook, Fay Lomax, and Edith J. Barrett. 1992. Support for the American welfare state: The views of Congress and the public. New York: Columbia University Press. Cote, Joseph A., and Ronald Buckley. 1987. Estimating trait, method, and error variance: Generalizing across 70 construct validation studies. Journal of Marketing Research 24(August):315-318. Danielian, Lucig H., and Benjamin I. Page. 1994. The Heavenly Chorus: Interest Group Voices on TV News. American Journal of Political Science 38 (4):1056-78. Delli Carpini, Michael X., and Scott Keeter. 1996. What Americans know about politics and why it matters. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press. Dion, Robert L. 2000. The strategic framing of political issues: The case of the gays in the military debate. Ph.D., Political Science, Indiana University, Bloomington. Duch, Raymond M., Harvey D. Palmer, and Christopher J. Anderson. 2000. Heterogeneity in perceptions of national economic conditions. American Journal of Political Science 44(4):635-652. Eliasoph, Nina. 1998. Avoiding politics. New York: Cambridge University Press. Epstein, Edward. 1973. News From Nowhere. New York: Vintage. Erikson, Robert S., Michael B. MacKuen, and James A. Stimson. 2002. The macro polity. New York: Cambridge University Press. Feldman, Stanley. 1989. Measuring issue preferences: The problem of response instability. In Political Analysis, edited by J. Stimson. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Francis, Joe, and Lawrence Busch. 1975. What We Now Know About 'I Don't Knows'. Public Opinion Quarterly 39 (2):207-218. Gans, Herbert. 1979. Deciding What’s News: A Study of CBS Evening News, NBC Nightly News, Newsweek, and Time. New York: Pantheon. Gilens, Martin. 1999. Why Americans hate welfare. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. ———. 2001. Political ignorance and collective policy preferences. American Political Science Review 95 (2):379-396. Ginsberg, Benjamin. 1986. The captive public. New York: Basic Books. Graber, Doris A. 1994. Why voters fail information tests: Can the hurdles be overcome? Political Communication 11 (4 [October-December]):331-46. ———. 2001. Processing politics: Learning from television in the Internet age. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Green, Melanie C., Jon A. Krosnick, and Allyson L. Holbrook. 2001. The survey response process in telephone and face-to-face surveys: Differences in respondent satisficing and social desirability response bias: Technical report to the Board of Overseers of the National Election Study. Groves, Robert. 1989. Survey Errors and Survey Costs. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Hallin, Daniel. 1986. The "uncensored war": The media and Vietnam. Berkeley: University of California Press. Herman, Edward, and Noam Chomsky. 1988. Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media. New York: Pantheon Books.

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Converse, Philip. 1962. Information Flow and the Stability of Partisan Attitudes. Public Opinion
Quarterly 26:578-599.
———. 1964. The nature of belief systems in mass publics. In Ideology and Discontent, edited
by D. Apter. New York: Free Press.
Converse, Philip E., and George B. Markus. 1979. Plus ca change . . . The new CPS election
study panel. American Political Science Review 73 (1 [March]):32-49.
Cook, Fay Lomax, and Edith J. Barrett. 1992. Support for the American welfare state: The views
of Congress and the public. New York: Columbia University Press.
Cote, Joseph A., and Ronald Buckley. 1987. Estimating trait, method, and error variance:
Generalizing across 70 construct validation studies. Journal of Marketing Research 24
(August):315-318.
Danielian, Lucig H., and Benjamin I. Page. 1994. The Heavenly Chorus: Interest Group Voices
on TV News. American Journal of Political Science 38 (4):1056-78.
Delli Carpini, Michael X., and Scott Keeter. 1996. What Americans know about politics and why
it matters. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press.
Dion, Robert L. 2000. The strategic framing of political issues: The case of the gays in the
military debate. Ph.D., Political Science, Indiana University, Bloomington.
Duch, Raymond M., Harvey D. Palmer, and Christopher J. Anderson. 2000. Heterogeneity in
perceptions of national economic conditions. American Journal of Political Science 44
(4):635-652.
Eliasoph, Nina. 1998. Avoiding politics. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Epstein, Edward. 1973. News From Nowhere. New York: Vintage.
Erikson, Robert S., Michael B. MacKuen, and James A. Stimson. 2002. The macro polity. New
York: Cambridge University Press.
Feldman, Stanley. 1989. Measuring issue preferences: The problem of response instability. In
Political Analysis, edited by J. Stimson. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
Francis, Joe, and Lawrence Busch. 1975. What We Now Know About 'I Don't Knows'. Public
Opinion Quarterly 39 (2):207-218.
Gans, Herbert. 1979. Deciding What’s News: A Study of CBS Evening News, NBC Nightly News,
Newsweek, and Time. New York: Pantheon.
Gilens, Martin. 1999. Why Americans hate welfare. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
———. 2001. Political ignorance and collective policy preferences. American Political Science
Review 95 (2):379-396.
Ginsberg, Benjamin. 1986. The captive public. New York: Basic Books.
Graber, Doris A. 1994. Why voters fail information tests: Can the hurdles be overcome? Political
Communication 11 (4 [October-December]):331-46.
———. 2001. Processing politics: Learning from television in the Internet age. Chicago:
University of Chicago Press.
Green, Melanie C., Jon A. Krosnick, and Allyson L. Holbrook. 2001. The survey response
process in telephone and face-to-face surveys: Differences in respondent satisficing and
social desirability response bias: Technical report to the Board of Overseers of the
National Election Study.
Groves, Robert. 1989. Survey Errors and Survey Costs. New York: John Wiley & Sons.
Hallin, Daniel. 1986. The "uncensored war": The media and Vietnam. Berkeley: University of
California Press.
Herman, Edward, and Noam Chomsky. 1988. Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of
the Mass Media. New York: Pantheon Books.


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