Do the Media Govern?: Politicians, Voters, and Reporters in America / Edition 1

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Overview

This is the first book dealing with the media and North American politics that brings together the perspectives of academics, reporters, commentators, campaign consultants and policy makers.

The contributions combine the best social science research on political communication with the expertise of some of America's leading journalists and political consultants. The book covers an extensive range of research issues including the forces that influence the production of news stories, the relationship between reporters and elected officials, the use of the media in political campaigns, the effects of news presentations on public opinion, and the increasing importance of the mass media in the policy process.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780803956063
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 2/4/1997
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 488
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Syndicated columnist.

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Table of Contents

The Brave New World of Media Politics - Richard Reeves
PART ONE: REPORTERS, REPORTING AND THE BUSINESS OF NEWS
Overview - Richard Reeves
The Socialization of Reporters - Lou Cannon
The American Journalist in the 1990s - David H Weaver and G Cleveland Wilhoit
Covering the OJ Trial - Bill Boyarsky
Show and Tell - Rita Braver
Reporters Meet Politicians on Larry King Live
Oliver Stone and History - Richard Reeves
Combat Stories - Richard Cohen et al
Sound-Bite News - Daniel C Hallin
Television Coverage of Elections
The US Media - Ben Bagdikian
Supermarket or Assembly Line?
Three Blind Mice - Ken Auletta
Raiding the Global Village - Ken Auletta
The Business of Television News - Jeff Greenfield
PART TWO: REPORTERS AND PUBLIC OFFICIALS: WHO USES WHOM?
Overview - Richard Reeves
Cracking the News Code - W Lance Bennett
Some Rules That Journalists Live By
Press Theory and Journalistic Practice - William A Dorman
The Case of the Gulf War
Lying - Benjamin Bradlee
The Theodore H White Lecture at Harvard University
Who Uses Whom? - Daniel Schoor
The Theodore H White Lecture at Harvard University
PART THREE: MEDIA-BASED POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS
Overview - Shanto Iyengar
Are Media Campaigns Effective? - Larry Bartels et al
Shifting Perspectives on the Effects of Campaign Communication - Stephen Ansolabehere, Shanto Iyengar and Adam Simon
The Media - Kim F Kahn and Edie N Goldenberg
Obstacle or Ally of Feminists?
Women as Political Candidates - Celinda Lake, Linda Di Vall and Shanto Iyengar
Was 1992 the Year of the Woman?
Voter Learning in the 1992 Presidential Campaign - Samuel L Popkin
Campaigning and the Press - John R Petrocik
The Influence of the Candidates
Does Attack Advertising Demobilize the Electorate? - Stephen Ansolabehere et al
PART FOUR: THE EFFECTS OF NEWS ON THE AUDIENCE: MINIMAL OR MAXIMAL CONSEQUENCES
Overview - Shanto Iyengar
Political Knowledge in Comparative Perspective - Michael D Dimock and Samuel L Popkin
A Paradigmatic History of Agenda-Setting Research - Everett M Rogers, William B Hart and James W Dearing
The News Media and the Pictures in Our Heads - Maxwell Mc Combs and George Estrada
News Coverage of the Gulf Crisis and Public Opinion - Shanto Iyengar and Adam Simon
A Study of Agenda-Setting, Priming, and Framing
The Anatomy of News Media Priming - Joanne M Miller and Jon A Krosnick
Framing Responsibility for Political Issues - Shanto Iyengar
The Case of Poverty
Modern Racism and Images of Blacks in Local Television News - Robert M Entman
Crime in Black and White - Franklin Gilliam et al
The Violent, Scary World of Local News
A Model of Communication Effects at the Outbreak of the Gulf War - John R Zaller
PART FIVE: THE USE OF MEDIA IN THE POLICY PROCESS
Overview - Shanto Iyengar
The Theory and Practice of Going Public - Sam Kernell
Going Public in Undemocratic Polities - Richard Anderson
Media Attention and Congressional Agendas - Frank R Baumgartner, Bryan D Jones and Beth L Leech
Press Briefing by Press Secretary - Mike Mc Curry
October 12 1995
Remarks by President Bill Clinton at the Second Americorps Swearing-In Ceremony
October 12 1995
Going Less Public - Jarol B Manheim
Managing Images to Influence US Foreign Policy
Putting Media Effects Research to Work - Michael Pertschuk
Lessons for Community Groups Who Would Be Heard
Talking Back, Ernie Pyle Style - Susan Bales
Framing the Framers - Vincent Schiraldi and Dan Maccalair
Changing the Debate over Juvenile Crime in San Francisco
Advocate's Guide to Developing Framing Memos - Liana Winett

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