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Explaining Information Effects in Collective Preferences
Unformatted Document Text:  Sniderman, Paul, Richard Brody, and Philip Tetlock. 1991. Reasoning and choice: Explorations in political psychology. New York: Cambridge University Press. Sniderman, Paul M. 2000. Taking sides: A fixed choice theory of political reasoning. In Elements of reason: Cognition, choice, and the bounds of rationality, edited by A. Lupia, M. D. McCubbins and S. L. Popkin. New York: Cambridge University Press. Steele, Janet E. 1997. Don’t ask, don’t tell, don’t explain: Unofficial sources and television coverage of the dispute over gays in the military. Political Communication 14 (1):83-96. Sturgis, Patrick J. 2001. Knowledge and collective preferences: A comparison of two approaches to estimating the opinions of a better informed public. Paper read at annual meeting of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, May 17-20, at Montreal, Canada. Tanur, Judith M., ed. 1992. Questions about Questions: Inquiries into the Cognitive Bases of Surveys. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Tichenor, P.J., G.A. Donohue, and C.N. Olien. 1970. Mass media flow and differential growth in knowledge. Public Opinion Quarterly 34 (2 [Summer]):159-170. Tourangeau, Roger, Lance J. Rips, and Kenneth Rasinski. 2000. The psychology of survey response. New York: Cambridge University Press. Tuchman, Gaye. 1978. Making News: A Study in the Construction of Reality. New York: Free Press. Verba, Sidney, Kay Lehman Schlozman, and Henry E. Brady. 1995. Voice and equality: Civic voluntarism in American politics. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Weissberg, Robert. 2002a. Polling, policy and public opinion: The case against heeding the ’voice of the people’. New York: Palgrave-Macmillan. ———. 2002b. The problem with polls. The Public Interest 148 (Summer):37-48. Yankelovich, Daniel. 1991. Coming to public judgment: Making democracy work in a complex world. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. Zaller, John. 1992a. The nature and origins of mass opinion. New York: Cambridge University Press. ———. 1992b. Political awareness and susceptibility to elite Influence on foreign policy issues. Paper read at Meeting of the American Political Science Association, September 3-6, 1992, at Chicago, IL. ———. 1996. The myth of massive media impact revived: New support for a discredited idea. In Political persuasion and attitude change, edited by D. C. Mutz, P. M. Sniderman and R. A. Brody. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Zaller, John, and Stanley Feldman. 1992. A simple theory of the survey response: Answering questions versus revealing preferences. American Journal of Political Science 36 (3):579-616.

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Sniderman, Paul, Richard Brody, and Philip Tetlock. 1991. Reasoning and choice: Explorations
in political psychology. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Sniderman, Paul M. 2000. Taking sides: A fixed choice theory of political reasoning. In Elements
of reason: Cognition, choice, and the bounds of rationality, edited by A. Lupia, M. D.
McCubbins and S. L. Popkin. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Steele, Janet E. 1997. Don’t ask, don’t tell, don’t explain: Unofficial sources and television
coverage of the dispute over gays in the military. Political Communication 14 (1):83-96.
Sturgis, Patrick J. 2001. Knowledge and collective preferences: A comparison of two approaches
to estimating the opinions of a better informed public. Paper read at annual meeting of the
American Association for Public Opinion Research, May 17-20, at Montreal, Canada.
Tanur, Judith M., ed. 1992. Questions about Questions: Inquiries into the Cognitive Bases of
Surveys. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
Tichenor, P.J., G.A. Donohue, and C.N. Olien. 1970. Mass media flow and differential growth in
knowledge. Public Opinion Quarterly 34 (2 [Summer]):159-170.
Tourangeau, Roger, Lance J. Rips, and Kenneth Rasinski. 2000. The psychology of survey
response. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Tuchman, Gaye. 1978. Making News: A Study in the Construction of Reality. New York: Free
Press.
Verba, Sidney, Kay Lehman Schlozman, and Henry E. Brady. 1995. Voice and equality: Civic
voluntarism in American politics. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Weissberg, Robert. 2002a. Polling, policy and public opinion: The case against heeding the
’voice of the people’. New York: Palgrave-Macmillan.
———. 2002b. The problem with polls. The Public Interest 148 (Summer):37-48.
Yankelovich, Daniel. 1991. Coming to public judgment: Making democracy work in a complex
world. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press.
Zaller, John. 1992a. The nature and origins of mass opinion. New York: Cambridge University
Press.
———. 1992b. Political awareness and susceptibility to elite Influence on foreign policy issues.
Paper read at Meeting of the American Political Science Association, September 3-6,
1992, at Chicago, IL.
———. 1996. The myth of massive media impact revived: New support for a discredited idea. In
Political persuasion and attitude change, edited by D. C. Mutz, P. M. Sniderman and R.
A. Brody. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
Zaller, John, and Stanley Feldman. 1992. A simple theory of the survey response: Answering
questions versus revealing preferences. American Journal of Political Science 36 (3):579-
616.


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