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Explaining Information Effects in Collective Preferences
Unformatted Document Text:  Neuman, W. Russell, Marion Just, and Ann Crigler. 1992. Common knowledge: News and the construction of social meaning. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Noelle-Neumann, Elisabeth. 1984. The Spiral of Silence: Public Opinion—Our Social Skin. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Page, Benjamin, and Robert Shapiro. 1992. The rational public: Fifty years of trends In Americans' policy preferences. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Parenti, Michael. 1986. Inventing Reality: The Politics of the Mass Media. New York: St. Martin’s Press. Payne, Stanley L. 1951. The Art of Asking Questions. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Popkin, Samuel. 1991. The reasoning voter: Communication and persuasion in presidential campaigns. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Price, Vincent, and John Zaller. 1993. Who gets the news? Alternative measures of news reception and their implications for research. Public Opinion Quarterly 57:133-164. Rapoport, Ronald. 1982. Sex Differences in Attitude Expression: A Generational Explanation. Public Opinion Quarterly 46:86-96. Rasinski, Kenneth. 1989. The effect of question wording on public support for government spending. Public Opinion Quarterly 53:388-394. Rogers, Theresa F. 1989. Interviews by telephone and in person: Quality of responses and field performance. In Survey research methods: A reader, edited by E. Singer and S. Presser. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Rothman, Stanley, and S. Robert Lichter. 1987. Elite Ideology and Risk Perception in Nuclear Energy Policy. American Political Science Review 81 (2):383-404. Rugg, Donald, and Hadley Cantril. 1944. The Wording of Questions. In Gauging Public Opinion, edited by H. Cantril. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Schuman, Howard, and Jean M. Converse. 1971. The effects of black and white interviewers on black responses in 1968. Public Opinion Quarterly 35 (1):44-68. Schuman, Howard, and Stanley Presser. 1981. Questions and answers in attitude surveys: Experiments on question form, wording, and context. New York: Academic Press. Schuman, Howard, and Jacqueline Scott. 1987. Problems in the use of survey questions to measure public opinion. Science 236 (May 22):957-959. Schwarz, Norbert, and Seymour Sudman, eds. 1996. Answering questions: Methodology for determining cognitive and communicative processes in survey research. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Shamir, Jacob, and Michal Shamir. 1997. Pluralistic ignorance across issues and over time: Information cues and biases. Public Opinion Quarterly 61 (2):227-260. Shepard, Alicia C. 1993. Did the networks sanitize the gay rights march? American Journalism Review 15 (July/August):27-29. Sigal, Leon. 1973. Reporters and Officials: The Organization and Politics of Newsmaking. Lexington, Mass: D.C. Heath and Co. Simon, Herbert A. 1957. Models of Man. New York: Wiley. Singer, Eleanor, and Stanley Presser, eds. 1989. Survey research methods: A reader. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Singer, Eleanor, and Howard Schuman. 1988. Controversies. Public Opinion Quarterly 52 (4):576-581. Smith, Tom W. 1987. That which we call welfare by any other name would smell sweeter: An analysis of the impact of question wording on response patterns. Public Opinion Quarterly 51 (1):75-83.

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Neuman, W. Russell, Marion Just, and Ann Crigler. 1992. Common knowledge: News and the
construction of social meaning. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Noelle-Neumann, Elisabeth. 1984. The Spiral of Silence: Public Opinion—Our Social Skin.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Page, Benjamin, and Robert Shapiro. 1992. The rational public: Fifty years of trends In
Americans' policy preferences. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Parenti, Michael. 1986. Inventing Reality: The Politics of the Mass Media. New York: St.
Martin’s Press.
Payne, Stanley L. 1951. The Art of Asking Questions. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Popkin, Samuel. 1991. The reasoning voter: Communication and persuasion in presidential
campaigns. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Price, Vincent, and John Zaller. 1993. Who gets the news? Alternative measures of news
reception and their implications for research. Public Opinion Quarterly 57:133-164.
Rapoport, Ronald. 1982. Sex Differences in Attitude Expression: A Generational Explanation.
Public Opinion Quarterly 46:86-96.
Rasinski, Kenneth. 1989. The effect of question wording on public support for government
spending. Public Opinion Quarterly 53:388-394.
Rogers, Theresa F. 1989. Interviews by telephone and in person: Quality of responses and field
performance. In Survey research methods: A reader, edited by E. Singer and S. Presser.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Rothman, Stanley, and S. Robert Lichter. 1987. Elite Ideology and Risk Perception in Nuclear
Energy Policy. American Political Science Review 81 (2):383-404.
Rugg, Donald, and Hadley Cantril. 1944. The Wording of Questions. In Gauging Public
Opinion, edited by H. Cantril. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Schuman, Howard, and Jean M. Converse. 1971. The effects of black and white interviewers on
black responses in 1968. Public Opinion Quarterly 35 (1):44-68.
Schuman, Howard, and Stanley Presser. 1981. Questions and answers in attitude surveys:
Experiments on question form, wording, and context. New York: Academic Press.
Schuman, Howard, and Jacqueline Scott. 1987. Problems in the use of survey questions to
measure public opinion. Science 236 (May 22):957-959.
Schwarz, Norbert, and Seymour Sudman, eds. 1996. Answering questions: Methodology for
determining cognitive and communicative processes in survey research. San Francisco,
CA: Jossey-Bass.
Shamir, Jacob, and Michal Shamir. 1997. Pluralistic ignorance across issues and over time:
Information cues and biases. Public Opinion Quarterly 61 (2):227-260.
Shepard, Alicia C. 1993. Did the networks sanitize the gay rights march? American Journalism
Review 15 (July/August):27-29.
Sigal, Leon. 1973. Reporters and Officials: The Organization and Politics of Newsmaking.
Lexington, Mass: D.C. Heath and Co.
Simon, Herbert A. 1957. Models of Man. New York: Wiley.
Singer, Eleanor, and Stanley Presser, eds. 1989. Survey research methods: A reader. Chicago:
University of Chicago Press.
Singer, Eleanor, and Howard Schuman. 1988. Controversies. Public Opinion Quarterly 52
(4):576-581.
Smith, Tom W. 1987. That which we call welfare by any other name would smell sweeter: An
analysis of the impact of question wording on response patterns. Public Opinion
Quarterly
51 (1):75-83.


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