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AbstractThe influence of television news over public opinion is traced to the ‘accessibility bias’ in processing information. In general, the argument stipulates that information that can be more easily retrieved from memory tends to dominate judgments, opinions and decisions. In the area of...
AbstractThis paper compares the attitudes of Canadians and Americans toward their governments and selected aspects of the private enterprise system. It examines some of the historical differences between the two countries and hypothesizes that these differences will be reflected in current...
AbstractSome years ago, major French firms and institutions joined forces to develop the AGORAMETRIE system, which analyzes and follows up public opinion about controversial matters in French society. The system is based on annual comprehensive surveys of representative samples of the French...
AbstractThe emergence of media-oriented terrorism led several scholars of modern terrorism to reconceptualize the phenomenon of terror within the framework of symbolic communication theory. However, the success of media-minded terrorists has been studied mainly by measures of amount of coverage...
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