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2010 | 3 | 2(5) | 197-206
Article title

Extending our theoretical maps: Psychology of agenda­setting

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Abstracts
EN
Two aspects of the psychology of agenda-setting are discussed, the social psychology of academic research and contemporary research extending our theoretical knowledge about the psychology of the agenda-setting process. To counter academic conservatism regarding new applications of agenda-setting theory, distinctions are made between concepts, domains and settings. A major trend in contemporary research on the psychology of agenda-setting is the explication of the theory’s basic concepts. Th is research includes the impact of incidental learning and the visual content in TV news on fi rst-level and second-level agenda-setting effects, respectively, an expanded set of measures for the concept of need for orientation, and the consequences of agenda-setting eff ects for the formation of opinions and both priming and attribute priming of the aff ective dimension of opinions.
Year
Volume
3
Issue
Pages
197-206
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published
2010
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  • University of Texas at Austin, USA
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Publication order reference
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ISSN
1899-5101
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-20148f09-7611-4a70-9f49-3909c0525ea5
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