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Politics and the Media
The media are important in a democracy in that they promote communication between citizens and their government. In a democracy, communication must go both ways.
The People The Government and the Policy Making Process
Media in the United States are privately owned, which means they operate free of government control, but also that they operate to make a profit.
The Media Raise and Frame Issues Socialization of citizens about politics
Role of the Media Gatekeeper Scorekeeper horse race journalism Watchdog
Floating a Trial Balloon Spots versus Visuals
The Media and Political Gaffs SLIPS
The Media and Presidential Debates
The Mass Media and the Political Agenda
Interest Groups and the Mass Media. Interest Groups Interest groups are private organizations that try to persuade public officials to respond to the.
Chapter 10 The Media. Adversarial press National press that’s suspicious of officialdom and eager to break an embarrassing story about a public official.
Market Model, Public Sphere Model
The Media. Why are the media important to democratic elections?
AP Government Review Unit 3: Linkage Institutions
Role of Media and Trends in News Coverage Rhodes.
Public Opinion and Mass Media. Public Opinion ideas/attitudes most people hold about an issue or person Why is it important? 1.shapes presidential.
What does Culture mean?. Political Culture widely shared beliefs, values and norms concerning relationships of citizens to government and to one another.
The Mass Media and the Political Agenda. Introduction Mass Media: Mass Media: Television, radio, newspapers, magazines, the Internet and other means of.
Chapter 7 Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Longman.
What the AP Test Wants you to Know About the Media Linkage Institutions #7.
MASS MEDIA Just how much influence should they have…
Media and the Construction of Public Opinion
Public Opinion & the Media
The Media and American Politics
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